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Looking for effective English lessons? Join Jack from To Fluency as he gives you English learning advice and detailed lessons to help you improve. Learn key vocabulary, the most powerful ways to learn English, and get the best listening practice so you can start understanding native speakers. If you're looking for an English podcast that will take you to an advanced level, this is for you.
50 Episodes
Get your fluency book here: (it's FREE to download!)In this episode, learn all about the concept of microlearning and why you might want to try this to learn English (hint: repetition is key!).Be sure to read the articles that I talk about in this lesson:-
In this English lesson, I go through my story of being a YouTube (great listening practice), discuss current content trends, and give tips on how to become a creator.Get my book for free: the program:, here is a guide on email marketing from my other channel - you'll find this useful if you're in the creator space - )Here is the episode on social media: is the episode on the Metaverse: is the article for this lesson: you for listening!
Let me take you through the zero, first, second, and third English conditionals - along with a bonus one - in this English lesson. Watch this until the end and finally master conditional sentences.Get my book for free here: the program here: the writing tool here (affiliate link): more about mixed conditionals here: the conditionals test here: sure to subscribe to the channel and share the lesson if you found it useful. Thank you for being here!
In this English lesson, learn how to enter a flow state - also known as the zone - in order to progress to fluency. You should find this episode relaxing and by the end of it, have a plan of action to move forward with your English learning.Get my fluency book for free here: the program here: ENGLISH PODCAST: YOU MUST DO THIS TO IMPROVE FAST (+ BEST METHOD) flow state: stories (affiliate link):
In this English lesson, learn all about secret memory tricks that people have used throughout history to memorize anything, how this is linked to the shadowing technique in language learning, and a three-step process for acquiring English fluency.Get my book for free here: is the original shadowing video: is the book that I recommend (affiliate link): Learn more about 52! here:'s the Wikipedia article on speech shadowing:'s information on the Google Effect:-
In this lesson, find out how Christmas is celebrated in the U.K. and the U.S. and learn some key phrases that will be useful for all situations.Get the free book here: the program here: another Christmas lesson here: you for listening!
Okay, so you're not happy with your level of English. We can fix that! In this lesson, learn the 7 reasons why you're not fluent in English yet and how to overcome these issues. If you want to make fast progress, watch this lesson!Get your free fluency book here: the program here: FROM THE LESSON:Speaking method: method: quote: you for watching!
English lesson: want to finally learn how to use should, could, and would have? Take this lesson today and read on for the examples that we use. These models, to talk about the past, are useful to learn.Get the book for free here: introduction01:21 could vs should vs would03:52 should have08:23 could have12:26 would have15:01 pronunciation practiceRESOURCES FROM THE LESSON:The blog post for this lesson: overview of the modal verbs: examples:
In this video, learn what you should be listening to so that you improve your comprehension. By the end of this lesson, you'll have a clear understanding of how to create a plan so you can fully understand English speakers.Get my fluency book for free here: my program here: FROM THIS LESSON:The input hypothesis: Harris podcast example: to improve your pronunciation (listen to episode 40.17 tips for English fluency: to our conversations here:
Do you need to learn all English tenses? How often are some of them used? In this video, I go through verb tense frequency, give a summary of all the tenses, and then explain how best to learn tenses so that you can use them naturally.Get my fluency book for free here: my program here: FROM THIS LESSON:Present Perfect vs Past Simple: Tenses: Present Tenses for the Past: your knowledge of English tenses: tense study summary: summary of the different verb tenses:
Improve your English pronunciation by watching this lesson. I'll take you through, step-by-step, exactly what you need to do to ensure that you speak English accurately and fluently.Here is my book (free) to download: is my program if you want the resources and feedback that I mentioned: Why pronunciation is important03:27 An important analogy08:50 Improve step-by-step09:22 Minimal pairs11:45 The importance of feedback14:45 How to improve pronunciation on your own18:40 Practice a phraseThank you for watching! Be sure to like this video and subscribe for more!
Over the past 15 -20 years, the way people learn English - and other languages - has been transformed. The internet has become central and given opportunities to people all around the world to learn languages. But is something new coming that might be the future of learning. Find out what that is in today's lesson.Get my book for free here: to the podcast on how to learn English through social media here: to conversations in English here: on the Metaverse: that predicted this: this channel to get access to perks:
In this English podcast, learn two ways In which you can acquire English naturally so that you can speak with confidence. Not many learners are doing this and I believe that if you follow these methods, you’ll be motivated more.Get your fluency book here: (it's FREE to download!)Here’s the article on this:
In this English lesson, listen to a story that gives you the phrasal verbs you need to know to talk about daily routines.Here is the tool that I recommend for your writing task (this is an affiliate link(: Introduction02:09 Phrasal verbs story16:45 Summary and challengeRESOURCES FROM THIS LESSON:How to use get: phrasal verbs: you for listening!
In this English lesson, expand your vocabulary by learning nine other ways to say "I don't know." See examples and practice your English by repeating after me.Get all the phrases here: my book for free here: WAYS TO SAY I DON'T KNOW IN ENGLISH:DunnoNot sureGreat questionNot the best personHave no ideaHaven't got a clueDon't ask meMy best guess isThank you for listening!
Here are 17 tips to help you reach fluency in English. 00:00 Introduction01:04 Set a goal03:03 Learn English daily04:04 Listen as much as possible07:26 Be grateful for resources08:39 Do everything in English10:28 Don't worry about mistakes12:07 Get out of your comfort zone14:33 Write every day16:50 Learn English sentences18:44 Personalize your learning20:54 Don't worry too much about grammar22:41 Repetition is key25:12 Repeat English phrases27:32 Practice speaker29:16 Commit long-term30:59 Have fun while learning32:32 Be proud of the progress you've madeRESOURCES FROM THIS LESSON:Download my fluency book for free: hours: to get more speaking practice: English through sentences: favorite method for English fluency: a confident English speaker:
In this English lesson, learn 11 essential idioms - idioms that native English speakers actually use. Yes, this video comes with subtitles too!Get all the phrases here: IDIOMS IN THIS LESSON:00:00 Introduction01:12 Jump on the bandwagon02:15 Under the weather03:10 Bucket list04:21 Second wind05:04 No pain, no gain06:17 Blessing in disguise07:39 Get something off your chest08:56 So far, so good09:49 Get on someone's nerves10:37 Lighten up11:29 Butterflies in your stomachWATCH OTHER LESSONS:Real English conversations: to learn English: for watching!
Learn 48 English vocabulary phrases based on the topic of jobs and work. Included will be essential phrases, expressions, phrasal verbs, idioms, and more.Watch the conversation about jobs here: my fluency book for free: FROM THIS LESSON:All phrases from the lesson can be found here: Introduction01:05 What do you do?04:01 Start and finish work05:33 Job satisfaction06:15 Paid leave07:57 Looking for a job09:09 Interview vocabulary10:31 Present simple and continuous11:17 Office gossip vocabulary11:37 Job idiomsThank you for listening!
Learn 22 advanced English phrases, idioms, and phrasal verbs for daily conversation.Watch the original conversation here: my fluency book for free: conversation we had was about fall/autumn.OTHER VIDEOS TO WATCH:Use this method to learn English fast: to understand native speakers: to our popular podcast episode here: FROM THIS LESSON:All phrases from the lesson can be found here: is the map showing how English has changed over the years: is an article on TH fronting: you for watching!
In this episode, learn these 10 English phrasal verbs with the word get. See below for the full list. If you want to listen to the episode where we talk about the verb GET, listen to episode 13.Get your free fluency book here: ARE THE PHRASAL VERBS:1. Get away - Go somewhere for a rest/vacation - Let’s try and get away at the end of the month - Escape - They tried to grab him but he got away2. Get away with - To avoid getting caught - something bad - We got away with not paying for the train - I don’t know how he gets away with it3. Get along with / on with - Like each other - have a good chemistry - I think we’re going to get along with each other - He seems to get along with everyone - They didn’t really get along - it’s a shame4 Get around to - To do something that you have intended to do for some time - I haven’t got around to it yet - Have you got around to sending that form?5 Get back (trip) - Arrive home after a trip - I’m super tired today because I got back late last night - When are the Smiths getting back?6 Get back to (return to) - Contact someone later to give information - Could you find someone who can help me with this proposal? - Sure. I’ll ask around and get back to you - To continue doing something that you had started earlier - Okay, gotta go. I need to get back to work7 Get over (fear / recover from - To recover from something - I just can’t seem to get over this cold - Have you got over the loss yet?8 Get rid of (dispose of) - I use this a lot - dispose of something - Should I keep this jacket or just get rid of it? - You didn’t get rid of that pen, did you? - We need to get rid of a lot of stuff9 Get used to (become accustomed to something) - It didn’t take me long to get used to driving on the right side of the road - I don’t think I’ll ever get used to this weather - Keep practicing, you’ll get used to it10 Get up to - Do - What did you get up to at the weekend? - We didn’t get up to much
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Ahmed Magdy

Thanks for you

Jan 4th

danial afkari

thanks a lot. so useful

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Naz Kh

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Tet Aung Ko

Thank you, Sir. By the way, on your website, why don't you make some stories or sentences to mimic the way you speak and pronounce the words, and also intonation. Thanks again for your teaching in here.

Dec 19th
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huyền phạm

i really enjoy this episode. Thank you so much and Have a nice day 🤩

Nov 15th

Alireza N

Where can i find transactions of this podcast

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