[Special Episodes] Pt. 2/4: Navigating the Difficult Path to Fluency
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Today, I have another episode from our four part podcast series to help you get super motivated and focused in 2021 to reach new levels with your English. If you haven't listened to part 1, I recommend doing that BEFORE listening to this section because this episode will make a lot more sense! As a language learner, trying to navigate from intermediate to advanced and beyond to fluency is a very complicated and confusing. In this episode, I'll give you a few tips and ideas to help you simplify the process and focus on the types of activities that will keep moving your forward in the right direction. **Each of these podcasts will have the transcription available so that you can listen and read along.** Listen to Part 1: Kickstarting Your English - Identify your reason to speak English well, the first steps to take, and setting a clear focus for the next 90 days. Part 2: Navigating the Path to Fluency - This is the episode you are listening to! Part 3: Getting in the Habit of Being Consistent - I'll talk about a powerful idea that will help you to be consistent to reach your goals without disappointing yourself or other people. Part 4: Breaking out of Low-Motivation - The trick to quickly restoring your motivation and making quick progress that you can feel. Important Links: * Part 1 of 4: Kick Start Your English & Set Clear Goals * Check out my New Year's Special Offer [Only 20 spaces available]. * Get awesome lessons to reach fluency faster here by joining our email list   Transcription (Read and Listen to this Podcast) Hey, everybody, this is Amy Whitney from realenglishconversations.com, and I've got a great lesson coming up for you today. We're going to be talking about this really complicated stage in your language, learning between intermediate going to advanced and continuing on to reaching fluency. Just to let you know, this lesson today is part of a four-lesson series that I'm doing. [00:47.135] So if you didn't hear yesterday's lesson, it's really, really important that you go back and listen to that right now. This audio is going to be here for you to listen after you've completed that previous lesson we were talking about this time where you're usually restarting your language, learning, or you're at a plateau where you feel like you're a little bit stuck or not making any progress, or maybe you've taken a long break. But honestly, even if you're somebody that has been just pushing forward and making great progress with your language learning, it's still a great lesson. Listen to Part 1: Kickstarting Your English [01:25.295] And it's going to help you to get a nice, clear image of where you're going and what you want to achieve in the next three months, which is really, really important. You should be able to find the link to that episode in the notes for this podcast lesson. So let's dive into this lesson today where we're going to be talking about navigating this very complicated stage between intermediate continuing to advanced and going from there to reaching fluency. Regardless of where you are on this journey. [02:01.685] The advice in this podcast is going to save you a lot of time and to help you realize that you're not the first person to go through this and you don't really ne...
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