Chapters

What can you expect in this e-book?

CHAPTER 1

YOUR PAIN

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In Chapter 1, I’ll help you find solutions for the following struggles:

  • “My grammar is not good.”
  • “My vocabulary is not good enough to express myself properly. I speak like a child.”
  • “I understand much more than I can speak.”
  • “I don’t have a great talent for languages like other people do.”
  • “I’m stressed because of making mistakes, both in grammar and vocabulary.”
  • “I’m stressed while speaking to a native speaker.”
  • “I’m even stressed when I meet someone from my own country speaking the same foreign language.”
  • “Why is this language so damned complicated? So many things don’t make sense!”
  • “Somehow, I’m not getting any further. I’m stuck.”

CHAPTER 2

WHAT IS FLUENCY?

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Chapter 2 explores the concept of language fluency, defining it as the ability to communicate effectively in a foreign language with appropriate grammar and vocabulary within cultural contexts.

I have tried to emphasise that fluency isn’t about perfection but rather reaching a certain level of proficiency, typically around B2. Fluency develops gradually across beginner, intermediate, and advanced stages, focusing on meaningful communication rather than extensive vocabulary.

More in the chapter.

CHAPTER 3

12 ELEMENTS OF THE RIGHT MINDSET

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In Chapter 3 I’ll talk about the mindset, the right attitude towards language learning. 

You need not only time, tools, and a goal if you want to become a fluent speaking person in a certain language. Your mindset also plays a very important role in your language learning process and development. Without this, there is no technique, tool or teacher that will be able to help you. Some examples: “Read, listen, and watch you are interested in”, “You don’t need to understand everything” or “Dare to make mistakes”. More in the chapter.

CHAPTER 4

WHICH 4 SKILLS SCHOULD I IMPROVE?

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When you use a language, regardless of whether it is your mother tongue or a foreign language, you constantly switch among four registers, you use four different skills. What are these skills and what are some of the contexts in which we might use them? 

I tell you: Listening, Reading, Speaking, Writing. How to improve all those skills? I’ll tell you in the e-book!

CHAPTER 5

WHY LEARN GERMAN? 15 GOOD REASONS

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Chapter 2 explores the concept of language fluency, defining it as the ability to communicate effectively in a foreign language with appropriate grammar and vocabulary within cultural contexts.

I have tried to emphasise that fluency isn’t about perfection but rather reaching a certain level of proficiency, typically around B2. Fluency develops gradually across beginner, intermediate, and advanced stages, focusing on meaningful communication rather than extensive vocabulary.

It emphasizes the importance of fluid speech without constant pauses for grammar or word retrieval and advises against unrealistic expectations. Ultimately, the text encourages personalized and enjoyable language learning methods, highlighting the value of perseverance and finding joy in the process rather than relying on quick fixes.

CHAPTER 6

BOOKS AND DICTIONARIES

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In Chapter 3 

CHAPTER 7

YOUTUBE CHANNELS

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When you use a language, regardless of whether it is your mother tongue or a foreign language, you constantly switch among four registers, you use four different skills. What are these skills and what are some of the contexts in which we might use them? 

I tell you: Listening, Reading, Speaking, Writing. How to improve all those skills? I’ll tell you in the e-book!

CHAPTER 8

SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS

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Chapter 2 explores the concept of language fluency, defining it as the ability to communicate effectively in a foreign language with appropriate grammar and vocabulary within cultural contexts.

I have tried to emphasise that fluency isn’t about perfection but rather reaching a certain level of proficiency, typically around B2. Fluency develops gradually across beginner, intermediate, and advanced stages, focusing on meaningful communication rather than extensive vocabulary.

It emphasizes the importance of fluid speech without constant pauses for grammar or word retrieval and advises against unrealistic expectations. Ultimately, the text encourages personalized and enjoyable language learning methods, highlighting the value of perseverance and finding joy in the process rather than relying on quick fixes.

CHAPTER 9

APPS AND WEBSITES

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In Chapter 3 

CHAPTER 10

MUSIC AND PODCASTS

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When you use a language, regardless of whether it is your mother tongue or a foreign language, you constantly switch among four registers, you use four different skills. What are these skills and what are some of the contexts in which we might use them? 

I tell you: Listening, Reading, Speaking, Writing. How to improve all those skills? I’ll tell you in the e-book!

CHAPTER 11

MOVIES AND TV SERIES

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Chapter 2 explores the concept of language fluency, defining it as the ability to communicate effectively in a foreign language with appropriate grammar and vocabulary within cultural contexts.

I have tried to emphasise that fluency isn’t about perfection but rather reaching a certain level of proficiency, typically around B2. Fluency develops gradually across beginner, intermediate, and advanced stages, focusing on meaningful communication rather than extensive vocabulary.

It emphasizes the importance of fluid speech without constant pauses for grammar or word retrieval and advises against unrealistic expectations. Ultimately, the text encourages personalized and enjoyable language learning methods, highlighting the value of perseverance and finding joy in the process rather than relying on quick fixes.

CHAPTER 12

PRIVATE LESSONS, GROUP CLASSES, LANGUAGE EXCHANGE

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In Chapter 3 

CHAPTER 13

OFFLINE SOURCES AND METHODS

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When you use a language, regardless of whether it is your mother tongue or a foreign language, you constantly switch among four registers, you use four different skills. What are these skills and what are some of the contexts in which we might use them? 

I tell you: Listening, Reading, Speaking, Writing. How to improve all those skills? I’ll tell you in the e-book!

CHAPTER 14

5 MORE TIPS FOR BOOSTING YOUR SKILLS

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Chapter 2 explores the concept of language fluency, defining it as the ability to communicate effectively in a foreign language with appropriate grammar and vocabulary within cultural contexts.

I have tried to emphasise that fluency isn’t about perfection but rather reaching a certain level of proficiency, typically around B2. Fluency develops gradually across beginner, intermediate, and advanced stages, focusing on meaningful communication rather than extensive vocabulary.

It emphasizes the importance of fluid speech without constant pauses for grammar or word retrieval and advises against unrealistic expectations. Ultimately, the text encourages personalized and enjoyable language learning methods, highlighting the value of perseverance and finding joy in the process rather than relying on quick fixes.

CHAPTER 15

HOW TO SOUND LIKE A NATIVE

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In Chapter 3 

CHAPTER 16

THE 25 COMMON MISTAKES

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When you use a language, regardless of whether it is your mother tongue or a foreign language, you constantly switch among four registers, you use four different skills. What are these skills and what are some of the contexts in which we might use them? 

I tell you: Listening, Reading, Speaking, Writing. How to improve all those skills? I’ll tell you in the e-book!

CHAPTER 17

BONUS – 15 FREE PDF DOWNLOADS

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Chapter 2 explores the concept of language fluency, defining it as the ability to communicate effectively in a foreign language with appropriate grammar and vocabulary within cultural contexts.

I have tried to emphasise that fluency isn’t about perfection but rather reaching a certain level of proficiency, typically around B2. Fluency develops gradually across beginner, intermediate, and advanced stages, focusing on meaningful communication rather than extensive vocabulary.

It emphasizes the importance of fluid speech without constant pauses for grammar or word retrieval and advises against unrealistic expectations. Ultimately, the text encourages personalized and enjoyable language learning methods, highlighting the value of perseverance and finding joy in the process rather than relying on quick fixes.

CHAPTER 18

LEARNING PLAN

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In Chapter 3 

CHAPTER 19

CONCLUSION

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Chapter 2 explores the concept of language fluency, defining it as the ability to communicate effectively in a foreign language with appropriate grammar and vocabulary within cultural contexts.

I have tried to emphasise that fluency isn’t about perfection but rather reaching a certain level of proficiency, typically around B2. Fluency develops gradually across beginner, intermediate, and advanced stages, focusing on meaningful communication rather than extensive vocabulary.

It emphasizes the importance of fluid speech without constant pauses for grammar or word retrieval and advises against unrealistic expectations. Ultimately, the text encourages personalized and enjoyable language learning methods, highlighting the value of perseverance and finding joy in the process rather than relying on quick fixes.

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