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The Entire Collection of FREE Exercices

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If you're new here and curious about the methodology  of achieving Native-Like Fluency in English, here is a list of FREE exercises that will help you get started. We're all about results here, and the result that I am personally interested in is native-like fluency. Use this post to save time searching for good exercises. Invest it in doing them.


Free exercises in the Community of Practice (for Upper-Intermediate+ level students and for ESL teachers )


The exercises bellow are open to everyone. You don't need to be a paying member in the Community of Practice. To get access to the exercises and request feedback, it's enough to create an account.

Articles

Brevity

Clarity


Listening

Practice

Pronunciation

The Rhythm of English

Variety

Vocabulary

Writing

Free interactive exercises on my website


You can start practicing right here, on my website. All video forms are anonymous. I do not collect your data. I will not ask you to leave your email address in exchange for an exercise. You can do the same exercise as many times as you want, and you you can do as many exercises as you want. 
However, if you feel stuck and you do want to contact me, you can leave your email address and your question in the text field (available in every video exercise), and I will get back to you.

All video instructions are no longer than two minutes. I recommend that you do each exercise a few times. To learn about the power of iterations (as opposed to repetitions), watch this video 





Free exercises in Instagram stories 

You can find them in highlighted stories

  1. Reading
  2. Read aloud
  3. Vocabulary
  4. Writing
  5. Many more various exercises
Here, here, here, and here.

Your feedback would help me a lot.
If you tried the free exercises, let me know if they were helpful/not helpful, clear/confusing, easy/difficult....
Tell me if you needed feedback. Tell me if you didn't because it was self-explanatory. 

I would love to hear back from you so that I can create more engaging exercises to help you practice your meta-skills (your learning skills).

At the center of each exercise is YOU rather than the rules of English.
My methodology is human-centered, and my job is to show you that native-like fluency is possible, that the method to achieve it exists, and that real people have already done it. You can do it too.


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