So you are trying to learn English (or any other language).
Perhaps you have been studying English since elementary school and yet, whenever the time comes to put your hard-earned knowledge into practice, you start sweating.
You struggle to find the words, you cannot seem to find a way to say the things that you want to say.
Eventually, you give up.
You might have heard some foreigners complain “Japanese people are so bad at English! Not a single person understands me!”
You yourself might have explained to a foreigner that Japanese people study English since elementary school and yet they cannot speak English.
Whereas there is some truth to these affirmations, there are also other equally important truths that need to be considered, and these are the things that might help you better understand your situation, your difficulties in learning English, and hopefully overcome them.
In this brief course, we will think of the most effective way to learn a language, debunk some language acquisition stereotypes, understand what separates a successful learner from an unsuccessful learner, and learn some practical tricks that you can apply in your language acquisition journey.
I, like you, started studying English in elementary school, I continued my studies and acquired two foreign languages (Japanese and English). The tips you find in this course are the things I did and that worked for me.