"I'm sure I do not have any special abilities, I just know how to master the language correctly. For 20 years my advice has been helping everyone who is ready to trust and work."
The well-known psycholinguist, polyglot, vice-chairman of the Association for Innovative and Digital Education, the author of the most famous educational project "Lingva.Skills" in Ukraine (more than 2.5 million official applications for studying English from Ukrainians, users have already completed more than 70 million exercises on the project portal).
For twenty years he has been teaching five foreign languages: English, German, French, Italian, and Spanish. During this time, a few thousand of his students managed to learn English, even those who considered themselves "hopeless". They are different in age and from different spheres: businessmen and civil servants, teachers and doctors, students and schoolchildren.
This book is the key to the learning of any language in the world.
I am often asked how my method is called and in general – is the method I practice my own?
Generally I can not answer ... Who is the author of common sense? Who invented the natural mechanisms of social adaptation?
"My method" is to do what works, and especially what can not but work. Listen, look, guess the meaning of the context, try to talk, do not be afraid to make mistakes, be flexible, look for adventure... All this is more about the set of principles, philosophy, and not methods.
The first English word I learned at school was a bit unusual: it was "dirty". It was my English teacher who often wrote it in my notebook. During two years of school I studied up to 30 words. Then there was a three-year break, because I was transferred to a school where students studied German as a foreign language, so I did not attend those lessons at all.
When the foreigners came to my town, it took me two weeks to learn English. Two years later, I already helped my friends accomplish homework and knew more than all my teachers. But then I did not know the huge difference between "studying" and "mastering". I learned the language and tried to understand what helped me, in turn, to help my friends and family. Gradually, this became the mission of my whole life.
The hardest thing is not to fool yourself: do not stick to your favorite textbooks, to the usual methods. It is difficult to keep a fresh look at each student and their needs. It is difficult not to dwell on "I feel great" and to strive for more: "I have changed the surrounding reality". Every year I am ashamed because of things I taught, wrote, tested, advised a year ago.
It's not easy to know five languages at the proper level. It is much more difficult to maintain the level of knowledge of rarely used languages and to learn new ones. Due to lack of time, I forbade myself to learn new languages, although sometimes it is difficult to constrain, and sometimes it is unrealistic.
This book is an attempt to take a little more time for the important one, really help people, share the achievements and at least somehow pay tribute to my family for the support and patience.
This book is for those who endeavor to learn the language. I wrote it so as to help readers manage these efforts rationally, in order. If they try out half the suggested tips and hints, I will be boundlessly happy
This book is written by a truly ingenious person. This is a breakdown of the template of how to learn languages. No, not to learn, but to master. And the best way for any person to learn a foreign language regardless of age, gender, field of activity or inclination to study clearly and readily is described in this book.
There are 100 pages per idea in other books, while in Lingva.Incognita there are 100 ideas per page.
This book is not only about language, it is about the psychology of man and about the system of values, and about our lives, and about the philosophy of teaching in general.
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