The Entire Collection of FREE Exercices

If you're a community member, go directly to this post and choose the FOCUS of your practice.

If you're new to the methodology  for achieving Native-Like Fluency in English, here are the links to my FREE courses and exercises to help you get started.

Use this post to save time searching for good exercises. Invest it in doing them.

Free courses

"Daring Learner" - a welcome video course for everyone who wants to learn more about the approach and build effective practice routines to achieve native-like fluency. I recommend starting the course as soon as you join the community of practice. It will help you practice correctly and not waste your time. 
You must be a member to join. You get immediate access if your application has been approved.

"9 Essential Skills to Achieve Native-Like Fluency" 
A free course that will help you learn the fundamentals of a different approach to learning. I will walk you through all the nine skills. You will learn the theory behind each skill and do creative exercises with me to practice each of them. The course is free and doesn't imply individual feedback on every exercise. However, I will answer your questions if you ask them in the community. To access the course, click here.

FREE exercises to improve your listening skills (based on famous movie scenes)

THE BEST exercise to help you hear 100% of what native speakers say in movies and in real life is The Synchronization Exercise. Subscribe to this telegram channel and start practicing. You can also watch the episodes on Youtube.

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

You don't need to be a paying member to access the exercises below.
However, you need to be a paying member to request feedback.



Clarity in Speaking


Practice Routine. Main principles
Tips to build your Practice Routine. A collection of short audio messages.

S or Z? Does it sound like ExcuSe or ExcuZe? CloZe or CloSe?

The Rhythm of English




Free self-study resources on my website

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The sections available today:

Section 1: The basics: Exercise, Feedback, and Practice Routine
Section 2: Hear and Understand EVERY single word
Section 3: The Fundamentals of a Practice Routine
Section 4: Reading Out Loud
Section 5: Spontaneous Speaking Skills
Section 6: My Free Course: 9 essential skills to achieve native-like fluency

If you are not sure what "practice routine" means and where to begin, start here.

Free interactive exercises on my website

You can start practicing right here, on my website. All the 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.

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.

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

Free exercises in my Instagram stories 

You can find them in the highlighted stories

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

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

To join the Community of Practice, click here.