In this episode:
- I’ll talk about the importance of moving (exercising) and studying English.
- After that, we’ll practice grammar with a point of view story.
Ok, let’s get started!
Let me ask you a question. Imagine a person learning English. He or she’s preparing to study a new lesson. How do you picture the scene? Perhaps this person is sitting at home or in a quiet library with an open textbook, a dictionary, and a notebook. Maybe this person has been sitting for hours, almost motionless, trying to learn and memorize the content.
At least, that’s the typical image that pops into my mind whenever I imagine an English student following the traditional method.
Now, let’s visualize a different scene. Imagine someone walking around. Their whole body’s moving. The feet transmit movement to the legs and to the entire body. The arms are swinging slightly, and the brain receives more oxygen. You can’t be too lethargic when you walk, can you?
For me, this second state is the perfect one for learning. The brain’s more awake, and it can acquire new knowledge faster.
And there’s no need to carry around any textbooks, notebooks, dictionaries, pencils, etc. That wouldn’t be practical at all while you’re walking. And people might start pointing you on the street as if you were some lunatic.
I’m sure that if you’ve been following me for some time now, you already know that there’s a much more efficient way to learn English.
You can now improve your English considerably by listening to interesting audios!
There’s no need to sit in a chair and listen to my podcast or my audio lessons. The only thing you need is your cell phone and your favorite earphones. Start taking a nice walk every day and improve your English skills at the same time.
In fact, the question and answer (Q&A) lessons are designed in such a manner so that you can simulate a conversation in English wherever you can and whenever you get some spare time.
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