As you develop confidence & automaticity, you'll gain English fluency!
A skill is being able to do something without having to consciously think about it.
Developing language skills requires effective practice on a regular and frequent basis to improve the long-term memory.
Studies of the brain and long-term memory show that repetition is very important to skill development.
Study sessions that are too long are generally ineffective. Short, frequent study sessions are key.
In language learning, brains use patterns and fill in incomplete patterns automatically.
This pattern recognition starts with familiarity, moves to recognition and comprehension, then to mastery and automaticity.
The brain then “saves” what seems correct, and it helps to adjust and improve performance and recall.
When you can summarize an entire English lesson without any effort, it means that you have mastered that lesson.
neo's innovative use of visuals engage you in ways a text-based approach cannot.
neo courses systematically help you comprehend, internalize and build a core English framework needed for long-term success.
The brain recognizes new language by recognizing errors.
neo LIVE also provides your coach with conversation activities that personalize what you have already studied in your neo lessons.
Listening and speaking abilities are skills, not knowledge, thus requiring effective practice on a regular and frequent basis.
Development of listening and speaking skills should precede reading and writing skills in a four-skills language learning path.
Just as with a first language, aural/oral skills facilitate and enable reading and writing skills.
The biggest mistake many English learners make is that they try to finish each lesson quickly!