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Here is the podcast, I take some notes from it, it's really helpful if you try to leaning English. I recommand you that listen the podcast yourself multiple times.
learning 3 to 6 hours a day, and listen in background when cooking, cleaning.
Compare yourself to yesterday, don’t try to compare yourself to other people.
First really focus on input and understanding and save output speaking and writing for later.
If you want to be speaking fluently and native-like then you’re really not only wasting your time by practicing speaking early on but you’re actually potentially doing a lot of damage.
In more general language learning programs that have that philosophy to speak from day one is basically giving you grammar rules and vocabulary and they’re telling you to think in your native language and then these grammar and vocabulary to translate that into something that appears to be your target language.
So we need to do lots of input to find out what do native speakers say in the realistic situation that comes up.
Repetition can be very useful, because if studying a foreign language you watch the same TV show or same podcast twice in a row or three times in a row you notice more stuff every time. It’ll give your brain a lot more chances to pick up more stuff.
But when you listen it 10 times, you reach a point where you kind of have sucked up all you can sucked up at the current level, and also repetition can be extremely boring.
Take a balance between repetition and keeping new stuff. When you gonna give something your full attention like try to watch a movie with no subtitle and try to really understand as much as I can, then always do something new. But then after you lost something actively kind of put it into a folder later, and when you want to do a more passive form of listening to English while you are shopping or cooking or walking then that’s a good opportunity to listen things you’ve already watched once actively.
Put these listened material on an immersion pod. There is full of English leaning materials and nothing else, so you can’t cheat. And also you don’t need to make a decision when you want to listen something.
Spent time with real English content like real books for native speakers, real websites or real YouTube videos, the slogan is by native for natives. You have to jump into the pool if you want to learn how to swim. Consuming the real English contents.
Use a repetition system like Anki.
Try to use an English to English dictionary as soon as you can. There is lot of learner’s English to English dictionary you can try.
There is so many English accent, so adopting a parent, like a youtuber who makes videos of himself talking to the camera, and just listening to this one guy, when you need to speak, you can just like an actor and trying to basically play this role.
Good pronunciation replies very heavily on your listening abilities.
Just training your ability to concentrate, and know what’s going on in your mind, like a lot of times we get lost in thought and we don’t even realize that we’re getting lost in thought.
A lot of times things are really boring because you’re not really attention to them, no matter what you take really pay attention to it closely you’re gonna find something interesting there, even if I just look at my hand and I look at all the little intricate lines and patterns in my hand, normally I would never notice it’s like oh wow my hands pretty intricate, anything intricate when you really examine it closely imagine if I had actual microscope how interesting it would be to look at my hand.
It’s easier to be gentle with yourself, and do not be hard on yourself, when you get through practicing meditation.
尽可能花更多的时间去学习，学 6 个小时肯定比学 3 个小时效果更好。
重复 肯定是有用的，但是也会比较容易无聊。推荐的做法是当你准备好认真学习的时候，那就找那些没听过的，听过之后呢把他们放进一个只能用来听这个的 mp3 或者手机，然后等以后比如购物散步等做其他事情的时候，把这些放出来听。
多看多听真实的英语世界的东西，比如书籍，电视什么的，口号是 by native for natives，想学会游泳肯定是需要跳进泳池才行的。