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  • hi there I'm Drew Badger the world's

  • first and number one English Fluency

  • Guide and it is a pleasure to welcome

  • you to... well we're going to do something

  • very interesting in this video and this

  • is solve another problem that learners

  • have and this is why do I always forget

  • my words when I'm speaking now there's

  • kind of two problems together the first

  • one is maybe it's like a confidence

  • issue where like you know the words but

  • then you're in a conversation you feel

  • nervous and then you forget kind of like

  • if you're giving a speech maybe you

  • practice that speech a hundred times you

  • know all the words but you get what

  • people call stage fright so stage fright

  • means okay now I'm here everybody is

  • looking at me and oh no I feel really

  • nervous about that so I want to

  • communicate with people but I can't

  • really say anything so that's one

  • problem the other problem is if you

  • didn't really learn the words well in

  • the first place so initially if you're

  • maybe you're reading a text book you

  • have a whole bunch of vocabulary words

  • and phrases in there and you're trying

  • to remember those things but like when

  • you get into a conversation you actually

  • just can't remember them so it's kind of

  • two problems that people have and I'll

  • talk about like a few ways to do that

  • the first part of this is focus on less

  • and really that's the secret to

  • developing fluency whether you know 10

  • words or a thousand words like if you

  • can't use the words you know confidently

  • and automatically then like you're not

  • going to be able to speak at all it

  • doesn't matter you know anything else

  • about your fluency so you have to have a

  • vocabulary of some amount of words but

  • you have to know how to use these

  • automatically and fluently so don't

  • focus on trying to have a large

  • vocabulary unless you can learn it and

  • master it all

  • so always begin it's kind of this cycle

  • of starting with a small vocabulary

  • reviewing it over and over again

  • practicing it in different ways until

  • you can use it automatically and then

  • begin adding more

  • words and phrases to that the second

  • part of this is in order to grow that

  • vocabulary to become or to go deeper

  • with the information that you're

  • learning so in my case I came to Japan

  • to learn about Japanese gardening so

  • that's why I'm here even though I don't

  • get to do much gardening right now it's

  • like a skill I've been following and

  • learning about for many years and really

  • it's just it's really why I came to

  • Japan in the first place so I did not

  • come to Japan to teach English but I

  • couldn't get a visa to do the gardening

  • I wanted to do so I got a teaching visa

  • instead but actually I really enjoy

  • teaching it's a lot of fun to do it but

  • gardening is also like a passion of mine

  • so I let that passion develop my

  • vocabulary because I'm using the the

  • connection idea of taking things like

  • gardening or some kind of basic words

  • about that but deepening my

  • understanding of that so I know names

  • for garden tools and Japanese that I

  • don't know in English or even some

  • things that we just don't use or that

  • I'm not aware of in in English so I've

  • never I've never worked as a

  • professional gardener in in America but

  • I have in Japan so when I'm working with

  • that like I can talk about I know I know

  • words for different kinds of moss crazy

  • like little green moss like I like I

  • know different varieties of moss in

  • Japanese and you might think like okay

  • who cares about different varieties of

  • moss or whatever but what's happening is

  • that as I'm deepening my vocabulary

  • about a particular thing I'm learning

  • how to use all those things not just the

  • words but with the grammar as well so I

  • begin making more complex sentences and

  • I'm developing my fluency with that

  • limited vocabulary and as I learn more

  • words as I go deeper with that thing I'm

  • already interested in it so I'm taking

  • my passion and using that to drive my

  • fluency and the increase of my skills

  • and also the increase of my vocabulary

  • so most things you can find a connection

  • between you know one thing like I can

  • make fine a connection between two words

  • like you know

  • in Japanese and something else but again

  • I'm focusing on a limited amount of

  • things and then letting my interest in

  • that grow it naturally so as I want to

  • learn more oh that's a really

  • interesting thing like I take an idea

  • like philosophy philosophy is a really

  • big idea you could go to a particular

  • kind of philosophy than a particular

  • writer in that kind of philosophy and

  • then it goes like deeper and deeper and

  • deeper so you can learn all these

  • different things and so you let your

  • vocabulary grow as a result of your

  • desire to improve that thing and once

  • you do that you can start adding more

  • words and other things because it

  • becomes a lot easier to pick up new

  • words this phrasal verb to pick up means

  • you're kind of understanding things

  • naturally so as you're in conversations

  • you develop your fluency and speaking

  • confidence so you can express yourself

  • automatically so if you are in a

  • situation where you're trying to speak

  • in a conversation but you can't because

  • I like I can't remember what I want to

  • say or I forget my words when I speak I

  • feel stuck all of these things are

  • really from those two problems either

  • you have a problem with the actual

  • memory of it or you're just feeling kind

  • of scared and you just forget the words

  • so to solve both of these problems use

  • these two steps I'm giving you focus on

  • a limited thing and then let your your

  • passion like grow that for you so you

  • can use your passion whatever that is it

  • doesn't matter if you like cars or

  • animals or you know whatever it doesn't

  • matter what that thing is but that's

  • what should be letting you improve your

  • English so don't watch like a lot of you

  • know YouTube videos about learning

  • English about some like random thing

  • like here you know some idioms about

  • whatever like it's useful to learn that

  • stuff but it's most important for you to

  • find something that a native speaker is

  • making or that you can communicate with

  • a native speaker and then use that to

  • drive your interest so I came to Japan

  • to learn that and learning that from

  • people is much more powerful than me

  • trying to just like learn some random

  • things like that so if you're interested

  • in it it becomes easier and it drives

  • your passion your fluency your speaking

  • confidence so you destroy those problems

  • and can communicate automatically well

  • I'll leave it there for this video if

  • you have enjoyed it do click that like

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  • it with somebody personal like I want

  • you to find somebody in your town or

  • whatever and say hey like I'm learning

  • English with this guy drew online like

  • you should you should watch some of his

  • videos and see if he's helpful for you

  • also anyway so do that and if you'd like

  • to learn more about how to improve all

  • of your speaking skills whether it's

  • your confidence or your vocabulary or

  • grammar or anything else click on the

  • link in this video to take our free

  • English fluency quiz and I will see you

  • in English anyone calm to help you out

  • with that

  • have a fantastic date and I will see you

  • in the next video bye bye

  • you should try saying bye bye bye bye

  • bye bye

hi there I'm Drew Badger the world's

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我很沮喪,因為我說英語的時候會忘詞... ... (I'm frustrated because I forget my words when I speak English...)

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    Hhart Budha 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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