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BARNES

METHOD
TM
ENGLISH
Fun Papers: The Best of
Written by Dr Perry Barnes

How to suddenly enjoy English,


learn lots and find yourself
speaking English perfectly
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All Rights Reserved in All Media
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Particularmente temos amizade com um ingles que esta com um projeto excelente direcionado para o mercado
brasileiro, ele criou um novo metodo de ensinar ingles mais rapido que o metodo Callan, vale a pena conferir,
eh um metodo de conexoes de palavras em ingles similares as palavras em portugues, metodo que ja esta
fazendo ele mesmo quase falar portugues fluente.

Particularly we have friendship with an English guy that is with a directed excellent project for the Brazilian
market, he created new method to teach English quicker than method Callan, valley the penalty to confer, eh
one method of connection of similar words in English to the words in Portuguese, method that already this
making he himself almost to say Portuguese fluent.

Darlene
http://www.scribd.com/doc/7689063/Brasil-in-London-The-Guide-for-Brazilians-in-London

Barnes English Class Experience,

I have been taking English classes with the Barnes English Institution for three months. Hence, I had taken a lot
of classes in the past: almost two years in my native country. However, experience in Barnes English is great. I
have learned key fundamentals in my pronunciation. The most important thing is the practice of English
language which is the main objective during the class. Having personal classes, face to face, is an excellent
opportunity to improve and to have stable confidence.

Thanks, Jorge

Here's some great tips on language learning from Dr Barnes. Thanks Pery!!!
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Hi my dear teacher,

Thank you soooooo much for this e_mail, will be really usefull for me and
i have a couple of friend is interesting to have class with you on Sunday.
How about my certificate???
Good night
Fernanda

"Hi. How are you? I've got the cards you sent to me. Thank you so much. I'm happy to say to you I've passed
my test. Thank you so much for your big help Aurea".
Aurea was Successful with the Life in the UK test after 2 classes with us

Ivanir says:
voce e o melhor
Ivanir says:
voce e um professor" estraordinario"
Ivanir says:
my book is full of new words that you gave me
Ivanir says:
adorei esta aula...

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Ivanir: ivanirdornelles@hotmail.com

[19:54:37] Kelma says: seu livro é muito bom


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eu vou precisar imprimir
parabéns pelo seu livro
[20:00:46] Kelma says: eu falei para um amigo meu encontrei o melhor professor de inglês no site shared talk

Maybe you do not want to be my friend that is ok I just want to thank you for your help in my Environmental
research project I passed with 2 honours bachelor class. Thanks feel free to contact me when you want

Cristiane

“When he 1st came they spoke nothing, now, complete opposite.”


Father: after me teaching his children (Amer and Amar) for 2 months.

Luis, my teacher, is a nice guy and I find it pleasant to have my classes with him.
A beautiful Luis' idea is associating words with distances and now I'm going to write few examples:
 here is my laptop but your one is there
 this car is badly parked but that one and these, and those others aren't
My English is improving rapidly and I'm really happy that this is happening
He use a particular method more based on strong intuition rather than on rigid grammar rules
Andrea (Italian)

I got a friend from UK , and he is an English Teacher, he has


wonderful books of English!
Please take a look on his books!
by Ricardo Almeida Barbosa

Julio says:
I've searched on google about your "Barnes Method"
Julio says:
it seems nice !
Julio says:
I'm reading it right now...
Julio says:
I like your timeline table
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Ash says:
I certify you are a good teacher
underline the above sentence and put it on ur website

Cáti says:
i'm reading barnes instituteº
Cáti says:
yes
Cáti says:
i print
Cáti says:

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i´m reading the 1st class english
Cáti says:
your book is amazing
katy_deep@hotmail.com

[c=6]Fernanda Rodrigues[/c] says:


these exercises are good, actually grat
[c=6]Fernanda Rodrigues[/c] says:
**great

I like the affirmations part: ''...I'm a genius ...'' pet.trench@orangemail.es

Barnes Method English @ 2nd Edition available here:


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“I spoke to my friend yesterday and she said my english is much clearer, so I want to thank you for what you
do”
silmara_b@msn.com

Maxsuel says: you´re a good teacher


Maxsuel says: very patient

sss said:
thats good
sss said:
u r teacher and u still improving yr skills

Menezes. says:
You are great teacher.
Menezes. says:
Adorei a sua idéia de procurar palavras similares.
Menezes. says:
É uma ótima idéia.

Thank you very much. The classes helped me a lot. See you.

Simon (went back to Germany)

ana says: voce adora ensinar


ana says: da para perceber
ana says: voce e um bom professor
ana says: u r the best
ana says: 2 day u r electric
Ana: anamariadc@hotmail.co.uk
Prasetyo: Thanks a lot. Soubhi: Wow! Keep it up *_* Deroua: Thank you :)
(Englishtips users thanks for this book)

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Had you ever instantly know that you'd be totally fascinated by something you
were reading. I’m saying, maybe as you continued to read it, and notice the
form of the letters, the shadow of the ink, and the white of the page, it
permitted you to GO INSIDE, and remember a time when learning was easier
and more fun.

Which people is this book for?


This book is for people who want to create a positive, healthy relationship
with their language skills, & increase their levels of knowledge & intelligence.
No matter what your language situation, whether you're starting to learn or
have perfect English already, I personally guarantee you'll learn new ways of
thinking from this book which will improve your language situation and, more
importantly, improve how you feel about this. Only read this book if you want
to transform your relationship with English forever!

Contents
1st Class English
Pronunciation: Portuguese & Japanese plus Patterns
Adjustments > How is English like your language?
Exams: Life in the UK, IELTS & Cambridge
Believe you can Learn
Put in your Pocket
General English
Writing

What changes the life of all my past students is the


massive action they take to apply what I teach them. Those who
use the strategies that I share are the ones who
create exceptional success beyond their wildest imaginations.
Adam Khoo

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1st Class English

Opposites

There are many describing words in English which can often be explained through the use of opposites. This
page will show you many of the opposites available. Using this method you can check the meaning of one
word using your dictionary and work out the meaning of the other word.

Always learn words in pairs if the word has an opposite. For example if you have the word Off then
learn the word ON at the same time.

Good/Bad, Hot/Cold, Slowly/Quickly, Slow/Fast, Uncomfortable/Comfortable,

Pack/Unpack, Over/Under, Stupid/Smart, Big/Small, Expensive/Cheap, Always/Never,

Much/Few, More/Less, Healthy/Ill, Alive/Dead, Specific/General, Nothing/Something,

Done/Undone, Here/There, Lost/Found, Lose/Find, Minimise/Maximise,

Simple/Complex, Hard/Easy, Hard/Soft, Traditional/Modern, Take/Give, Taken/Given,

Off/On, Active/Inactive, Happy/Unhappy, Smile/Frown, Wonderful/Rubbish,

Great/Crap, High/Low, Large/Small, Thick/Thin, Same/Different, Light/Dark,

Light/Heavy, Full/Empty, Beautiful/Average, Warm/Cool, Many/Few, Short/Long,

Last/First, Above/Below, Ahead/Behind, In/Out, Happy/Unhappy, Fast/Slow,

Easy/Difficult, Wet/Dry, Smooth/Rough, Tight/Loose, Far/Near, Young/Old,

Weak/Strong, Left/Right, Right/Wrong, Up/Down, Under/Over, Poor/Rich,

Never/Always, Unfair/Fair, Unfairly/Fairly, Common/Rare, Often/Rarely, Late/Early,

Dull/Bright, Close/Open, Shallow/Deep, Quiet/Loud, A bit/A lot, Tight/Loose,

Nowhere/Everywhere, Yesterday/Today/Tomorrow, Less/More, Enemy/Friend,

War/Peace, Mean/Nice, Dirty/Clean, Disagree/Agree, Displeased/Pleased,

Tired/Energetic, Boring/Interesting, Inside/Outside, Now/Later,

Inside/Outside, Now/Later, Last/First, Backward/Forward, Tea/Coffee (do you want?)

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Prepositions

Prepositions typically come before a noun:

Preposition Nouns and explanations Examples


in (inside, indoors) car, cafe, years, times, I'm indoors (home)
places I'm in the cafe
I was born in 1989
I woke up in the afternoon
See you in the morning
I live in London
on (ontop) bus, train, plane, bike, I came here on the bus
days, phone, radio, I'm on the train (phone call)
television (TV) See you on Friday
I was on the phone with my friend
Watch Eastenders on BBC1
I like the Russell Brand show on radio 2
Can we meet on the 23rd
at time, place (point with your I'll see you at 6.30
finger) think of at as Meet me at the station
direction e.g. pointing I'm at college today
I live at 77 Have Fun Street
to (toward, place, future, verb I'm going to sleep
movement) I'm going to Brasil for Christmas
I'm going to practice English everyday
for for = purpose, reason, why, I wrote this for you
because e.g. I wrote this: Milk is good for you
why? because? = you Is it for me? (present/gift)
Feel good for no reason
I've lived there for 7 years
by (buy) I have to be there by 6pm
(at the latest)
by now, you have learned some things
with (wiv) coffee with sugar
with you I feel great
from from Stratford to Liverpool street is a short journey
I'm from Brasil
since specific date or time He's worked here since 1970
She's been sitting in the waiting room since two-
thirty (2.30)

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Onto
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On-top
Outside
Beside In Outdoors
Side Inside
Indoors I'm at the cube. I'll do it for the cube. Let's go to the cube.

Under(neath)
Below

Pronunciation

Patterns

Many patterns within English sound the same and are pronounced in the same way. The sooner you learn the
patterns in English the sooner you will speak this language exquisitely. English is not phonetic as even the
word phonetic is spelled with a ph instead of an F. It's Fonetico/a in Portuguese for example. Therefore, it is
easier to learn the patterns in English. Now...

The letters er at the end of a word often mean that something is more in comparison
E.g. Better, Faster, Quicker, Smarter,
But it can also describe someone that does something
E.g. A player plays, A writer writes, A footballer plays football

The letters underlined below are not pronounced as they seemed to be. Instead they are
pronounced as other English words shown on the right hand side.
Uncle Call
Simple Pull
Profitable Ball
Adorable Ball

For Portuguese speakers: there was a tendency for you to speak from your nose. Realise in English there are
Not words such as Nao and Mau. That nasal (nose) sound is Only used in Portuguese. When saying words like
All, Ball and Call you should say these words from lower in your mouth. Speak English > directly away from
your mouth, Portuguese sometimes goes ^ up into the nose (stop it). Say your sentence quickly as one piece of
information with your voice tone (tonality) equal, like a straight line. Not someTIMES, just sometimes and
something.

Cheese
Chocolate
Cheers
Chips
Reach

Ch in English is pronounced the same in all of these words, so learn the sound.

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Quickly The pattern ly is pronounced as Lee.
Rapidly Remember this because Lee is an English
Only name.
Funnily

Formal education will earn you a living.


Self education will earn you a fortune
Thumb = fumb
Thought = fought
Phonetic = fonetic
Physics = fisics

Ph is always pronounced as an F. Th is often pronounced as an F.

Although
Also
Alright

Pronounce Al as All. Do this Always

Pronunciation Is pronounced as Shun. In Portuguese this is


Action ção which can make translating many words
Reaction simple.
Location

Computer This sound is like the word few or new. So


Cue say these words out loud and remember them.
Muse
Fuse

English tends to use as few syllables as possible. An example of this is words which end in ed.

Call/Called, Play/Played, Type/Typed, Cook/Cooked, Use/Used

With all of these words you always, only use 1 syllable. I used to hear Portuguese speakers say “call-led
instead of called”. Remember this pronunciation because native speakers couldn't understand you if you said it
with 2 syllables. The word gets longer and remains as just 1 syllable. Some words are different:

Initiate/Initiated: when the word has a t before the ed you do add an extra syllable.
E.g. i-ni-ti-a-ted

Sound/Sounded: when the word has a d before the ed you can add an extra syllable.
E.g. Soun-ded
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Patterns 2

There are 3 types of ths in English:

Between your Teeth: the, these, those, them, this, that, though

The people That made Those rules for These days, you know Them, They are alright Though.

Say with an F: thing, think, thought, (every Ph word is pronounced with an F also)

I was Thinking about someThing, a Thief who Thought Physics was Phonetic.

Say with a V: other, mother, brother, father, another

South North = F
Southern Northern = V

Practise: My Southern Brother lives with his Father and disliked his Other Northern Mother in Another time or was it the
Other day.

In Portuguese there are words such as


especifico, especial, espírito and words like this, translate into English simply
specific, special, spirit
It seemed normal in that language to put Es at the beginning of a word instead of only S.
Its important to practise pronouncing S words the way English people do.

Now, Specialists are Special as their Spirit is Specifically Smart when they Speak, Seriously consider this Students. Read
this a lot.

Most verbs in English can be changed into the Past or Present continuous (ongoing) by adding ed or ing.

Distance Words

I Realise some of the words I use are because of distance; how near or far something is.
If you look at the words below you can see their relationship with distance.

Single Plural Single


There That Those Them You
^ ^ ^ ^ ^
Here This These Us Me

If you can memorise these (near plural of this) then you will have a simple system of remembering words by using
distance. Make an example sentence for every word.

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Patterns 3

Open and Closed sound.

Open sound is Tongue Down, Speak from your Neck and Long sound. E is usually Open.
Closed is Tongue Up, Speak from Front Top of mouth and rapid sound. I is usually Closed.
Say these words: Reach and Rich. These and This.

Most English words start with an Open Sound and end with a Closed Sound.
Cause = open sound. Because = open then closed sound.
The spelling of the final syllable is less significant than its position.
Happiness = E is usually open sound... because its the final syllable you Pronounce it as Closed Sound.
Closed sound is usually I. Pure Happiniss

E = from your neck > I = from your top front mouth


e = open > i = closed

vowel sounds open: http://www.youtube.com/watch?


v=5YZC2MsS0VY&feature=PlayList&p=9ECEC5B77FCC6FEB&playnext=1&playnext_from=PL&i
ndex=33
vowel sounds closed: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQwQ7FWL4MM&feature=related

W and R.
Pronounce W with both lips. Push your lips > forward. Vibrate both lips. Wwwwwwwwwwww
R is Like the sound a dog makes. Ruuuu Ruuuuu. Top teeth on bottom lip. Vibrate.
That's Rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrright

all call ball wall mall (no L, Pronounce the way your teacher shows you)
al walk/talk actual normal rational

Tea Coffee > carry + d = carried

just rust must > the rust just must learn more > I just must adjust to buy anti rust paint

mAIntAIn > vibrate the top of your mouth > gaaaaiiiin (gain) raaaaiiin (rain)
laaaane (lane) plaaaane (plane) caaaane (cane)
I gain on the rain in the fast lane using my plane I like canes I maintain my cane

how/now
nail/sail/rail/mail/out/about/mau
out/about/mouth now/cow/towel/vowel
ai/ou/ow
ou/ow = sound/pound/ground/found
practise how does it sound now the best pound I found in my mail about now on the ground
vowels and towels sound similar from my mouth, about the same, I found
wow/now/vow/how/bow/cow

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I vow to buy a cow, how? I shall bow now, yes i'm thinking wow too
male/sale

Y/why
Yesterday You learned Yummy makes you Younger and Yoghurt does too after many Years Yes
Vibrate top front of mouth near teeth

O = go, sow, row, tow, vote, goat,

bought/caught/taught
bort/cort
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how to talk about days

last week, this week, next week

this = near things


this week = monday to sunday
so if its monday and we want to meet on thursday we say:
lets meet this thursday
sunday> < monday : tuesday : wednesday : thursday : friday : saturday : sunday > <monday
last week you are here this week next week
last sunday this thursday next monday

fO cus = open O sound is Like a ball in your mouth > use all the ball to say it (vibrate around your
mouth)
prOcess > prO cess > focus on process

play football, basketball, baseball, tennis

and
go swimming go walking go running go skiing
i will ride my bike
i will go for a bike ride
i will swim
i will go for a swim

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on your car? you sit on the roof?
In your car > we say on the bus/train because you step onto the bus/train
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Papers-Best-of-The-Most-Expensive-English-Classes-in-the-World for more details

all = vibrate top of mouth and keep tongue down


No L in this word
push your lips forward and feel them vibrate
if your tongue moved it was probably wrong

ball call wall football basketball


alright always also
wall > walk : tall > talk

ing = this is one single sound > keep tongue at top of mouth and vibrate > i n g
1 syllable = innnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnng
sing ring thing
singing thinking dancing
if its not correct yet, then you can say singin dancin which sounds better almost correct
sing ring > you must pronounce it with the g a bit because it has a different sound

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
first second third (fird) fourth fifth sixth seventh eigth nineth tenth
th = at the end of a word = fffff

accurate certificate fortunate > closed sound at the end of the word
up under us
u + t > ut
an accurate certificate is quite fortunate

er = one single quick sound


flower power > a flower lived in the tower and has power
feature teacher
better picture

series > se ries > sear ries > sear rys > series

Plurals (get a grammar book or use google to find some exercises on plurals then complete them until
you know how to use them)

9 yearS ago
10 yearS old/5 years old > he is 20/he is 30/she is 25
he has a 10 year old/she has one 5 year old and a 15 year old son

the lakeS are


the lake is

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everybody usES it a lot : I use it a lot
everybody drinkS coffee a lot : she drinks lots of it : I don't drink coffee

own>ly = only = OOOOOO (lips forward, vibrate lips)

through = Fru

have to = need to
you haven't got to = you don't need to

all kinds of news


all kinds of coffee
all kinds of.....
all kinds of vacations
all kinds of cds
all types of....

sometimes
always sometimes
not sometime
3 examples of sometimes

a/an/the
the = only one
a = one of many
the news, the weather, the countryside, the city
many things together = the internet (international network, many computers), the government
a hand, a chocolate bar, a happy person
write 3 examples of the and a
(in a suburb)

the best : the most > only one at the top (according to language)
you are the best student ever : you learn the most words

working = were kin


work = were + k = werk

Th Practise

The thing is with English is that there are many words which begin with the letters Th. These words can be
pronounced 2 ways. You can say them as if they begin with an F e.g. Thief/Fief, Thin/Fin, Thing/Fing,
Think/Fink, Third/Fird & Theme/Feme. It’s an important thing to think about practising these words.
However, if you spend more than a third of your time doing things rather than thinking about them. You will
get more of what you want. There are enough thiefs in the world trying to sell you stuff to make you thinner.
When strangely enough, being thin is a sign of illness or malnourishment. Everybody has a certain percentage

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of body fat otherwise they would die. Everytime you look in the mirror notice what’s great about yourself
today. There will be more than one great thing.

The other Th pronounciation you can relax about is the one used with lots of words
The, These, Those, They, There, Them, Though & Thus. This sound is made by pushing your tongue between
your teeth quickly & bringing it back. Putting your finger on your teeth to make sure that your tongue touches
the finger can help at 1st. The words which use this sound are used constantly in English as linking words
(words that join words together). The tongue has to come between your teeth (go through) for this sound to
be made. I find that moving the tongue up onto the top front teeth also helps; as does over pronouncing the
word. You may feel funny, at first but by making sure you always pronounce these words correctly you will
learn them faster. Speaking took practise, even for those sounds you can already pronounce. Thus/Therefore,
when you put in the action you get the results.

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Syllables

An important part of learning any language is the use of syllables. My definition of syllables is the parts of a
word separated during speech. The separations make the word ea-si-er (easier) to say. If you can find a way to
notice where the sy-lla-bles are, then learning any lan-guage will be easier. How-ever, where the words are
changed into 2 or more sections depends on the lan-guage and the lan-gua-ge’s location. A word will be
separated in different places by an English and a Portuguese speaker for example. Slang use of words from
many locations can change the syllables used. Particularly can be fully pronounced as Par-ti-cu-lar-ly but is
often pronounced as Per-ti-cu-ly due to deletion of letters and simpler pronunciation.

It should be noted at this point that English native speakers often change vowels into an E when speaking. As is
the case with Particularly in the example above.

When learning to speak English (and write) it really accelerates your progress if you use this technique. Find an
example of someone else using the word, you want to learn. After hearing the word spoken draw vertical lines
in the word to illustrate where the syllables are. E.g. con | ti | nui | ty (continuity). This type of visual stimulus
can train your brain to see where the syllables are. After doing this for a while you will instinctively realise
where the syllables are.

In my lessons I often use syllables to correct people’s pronunciation and have find it to be very effective. I’ll
say the word 3 or more times and get the student to repeat what I say each time. I firstly say it in sections, then
closer together and finally as it is usually said. I may also say the word quicker than its usual speed and then
give examples of it being used in sen-ten-ces. This gives the person many different ways to use the word and
always results in them being comfortable with it. I’ve even had students use the technique to teach me their
language and I realised just how useful it is. It gave me correct pronunciation of the words but most
importantly I remembered the words/phrases at a later time and can still use them.

Many English words are a combination of words. I didn’t realise until recently that Tomorrow used to be 2
separate words (to-morrow). Other combinations include somewhere, elsewhere, anywhere, something,
someone, somebody. someday & somehow. The trick with these words is to underline one of the words as I
have done with the examples above. Therefore, if you can pronounce both of the words individually you can
say the combined word. Also if you understand the meaning of 1 or both separate words you can guess what
the meaning is without a dictionary (hurrah). For example Some means an unspecific amount and Where refers

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to a location. So you can work out that Somewhere means an unknown location or an amount of land that is
unknown. I want to go somewhere fantastic today (repeat this one). On the subject of syllables, words that are
combined are usually single syllable words, but not always.

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Japaneasy

There were common mistakes that Japanese people used to make when they spoke English. Now, with the help
of this paper you can learn to speak fluently, like a native speaker.

Things I heard people mis-pronounce included:

V as in Vegetable
L as in Quickly
R as in Really (yes its true)

SO, V is pronounced by touching your bottom lip with your Visible teeth. On the other hand (then) B is
pronounced by pressing Both lips together. So with this knowledge say:

Vegetables are both a viable and brilliant vehicle for bringing vegetarians belonging to very big families
beautiful vacancies at Sunday dinner.

L is pronounced by Learning to bring the tongue quick-ly between the teeth. This over-pronunciation can help
you at first and you will smooth-ly say the sound through practise:

My teacher always told me “Learn quickly and easily” and I'm not going to tell you to practise until you speak
English smoothly, fluently, effectively, efficiently. You can be that amazing with English, or not. Lovely
language is on permanent loan.

The R sound Requires minimal tongue movement. It may help you to hold your tongue at the bottom of your
mouth to get the Required sounds. Now, this felt funny at first but it does produce the Really English sounds:

Rapid progress has been received already through thorough rational records recovered and recycled which were
reported by referees recovering.

Bringing them altogether Now:

Vegetables are both lovely to receive and reasonably priced. They also keep vegetarians really/very happy and
feeling brilliant. Rationality and effectively learning don't always smoothly reveal English culture. Left and
right, right and wrong, lemon and lime, trainers and boots, books and looks. Value can be found in vanilla,
bright lights, brightly and lightly recognising viable rules , really.

Fun: Repeat everything on this sheet everyday for 3 days or 7 days and feel good, or not.

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for French Speakers

use this website to hear the words:


http://www.howjsay.com
type the word then submit
check with a native speaker or a teacher if you want
This PDF also has things for french speakers to Learn
http://www.scribd.com/doc/14273332/Patterns-3-barnes-
method-english-fun-papers
picture = pic ture = pic tcher > feature = fee cher
future/culture/vulture > ture = cher = tcher
imagine a chocolate culture full of pictures

i hurried to get married because she carried a baby


> hurried = hu reed
marry + d = ma reeeeed
ed = + d

they are re cei ving > cei = see


an award > re ceive = re seeve

en joy a ble > en = n

instead of / rather than (make 3 examples, in your head or on paper)


^use one of these phrases

the weather is good/not good > well = health (in english)


are you well? = is your health good?
Weather cannot have health > only humans and mammals (I think, use philosophy if you Like)

prize = games > chocolate medal


school:college:university > awards/certificates/diplomas/degrees

witch/which
tch
whitch

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tchocolate
tcheese
ch

sh + shhhhhhhhhhhhhhh shhhhhhhh this is the sound in english

shape, shaft, sugar

understandable = comfortable
dable = dEbale

it dependS / sometimeS / on the other hand (specific phrases: use all of the words together and include
plurals)

(music in a pub) > they have a band playing (music in a stadium) i'm going to the concert
i went to see kate bush in concert

aren't = aunt (1 syllable/sound)

george clooney = george/jorge = clooney = clue knee > george clooney likes looney tunes

moun tains = tins


= last syllable of each word is closed sound (tongue up, quick sound)
pri vate = pri vit
2nd syllable is closed sound
open then closed

receipt = re ceipt = re seat

imaGine = I ma jin =
gin = alcohol drink, this is the sound in > I ma gin (e)
i ma gin > gin/jin

wows/wales/whales

mid lands > middle > mid sized house > mid way through the game

Vowels Vogals

aeiou
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_ZvVUHoNYU > how to pronounce the open sounds
open sound (tongue down, speak from the neck/throat)
closed sound (tongue up, speak from front of mouth)
american vowels >http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1VuLGMilVqU
the vowel song:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMvwhfQRIAc&feature=related

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vowel sounds open: http://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=5YZC2MsS0VY&feature=PlayList&p=9ECEC5B77FCC6FEB&playnext=1&playnext_from=PL&i
ndex=33
vowel sounds closed: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQwQ7FWL4MM&feature=related

ice + d = icet = iced


pipe + d = pipet = piped
this document makes this very clear for you, do this with a teacher for more accuracy:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/8803187/English-Pronunciation-Drills

Alpine > 2nd syllable is open pine > pineapple > Alpine
pin = closed sound > for example like (open sound), lik (closed sound) make/mak

the = zee
this
them
these
those
though
though = tho

heavy > pronounce the H hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhheavy


happy has many qualities... health and its handy

2 vowels together in english is usually 1 single sound (1 syllable) or you pronounce just

moun tains = tins


ua = 2 vowels, we pronounce 1 syllable > actual
(you can pronounce this word as 1 or 2 vowels > french speakers for example seem to say it better
when its as one syllable)
actual manual
its an actual manual
the vowel song explains this quite well:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMvwhfQRIAc&feature=related

CHildhood = tchildhood
chocolate
cheers
chips
reach

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chimney > ney = nee = knee
Patterns 1 in this book talks about this more:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/5019671/Barnes-Method-English-Fun-Papers-Best-of-The-Most-
Expensive-English-Classes-in-the-World
the chocolate flavoured chips channel > tchtchtchtchannel
youtube > tube = chube > ch = tch

replace > place = lace = case = race (these all rhyme)


place the case in the race and tie your laces 1st, before you get the 1st parking space

be ha vi our (er) (closed sound)


our = open sound, not in this word because of its position

special > shal > sion/cion/tion = shun (1 syllable) > tia/cia/sio = shu
decision = de ci sion/cion/tion

would = future possible > I would like to buy a house


will = future definite > I will buy something

near TO my school
not far FROM my school
>write 3 examples of these

(the material something is created with) its made OF aluminum/wood/plastic

match = the same/go together well “your shirt matches your trousers”
fit = correct size “this spanner fits this bolt” “my old trousers still fit”

Adjustments > How is English like your language?

Adjustments

Languages such as Italian, Spanish and Portuguese are very similar to English and to each other. Yes, yes your
country is wonderful and your coffee is great, relax now.
With Portuguese you can change many of your words slightly (adjust them) and they become English words. In
fact you don't even have to change your pronunciation.

The meaning of communication is the response you get. If people understand you then you are correct. If you
want an English accent then get it later, maybe a day later if you want to.

The main point of this is many Portuguese words have an extra Syllable. For example Ter-mo (Termo)
in Portuguese is 2 syllables and Term in English is 1 syllable. Just by pronouncing 1 syllable less, you
have the English word. No translation required. Even with an accent English people will still understand
you, so get going.

Pronunciation Adjustments: U is pronounced as You in English,


U = You,

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Here's a list, feel free to add to it (use the back of the paper):

Portuguese English
Termo Term
Problema Problem
Permitir Permit
Progresso Progress
Estudar Study
Publico Public
Parte Part
Usa Use
Atividade Activity
Garantia Guarantee
Rapido Rapid
Acordo Accord
Sucesso Success
Forma Form
Detalhe Detail
Experiência Experience
Básico Basic
Dia Day
Fotografia Photograph
Estudante Student
Minuto Minute
Perfeito Perfect
Reflexo Reflex

Here are some more words with an extra syllable.

Imediata/Immediate, Falso/False, Informe/Inform, Edita/Edit, Contate/Contact, Produtos/Products,

Similar Words

There are many similar words in Portuguese and English. These words may have the same amount of Syllables.
For example Imagens in English is Images, both words contain 3 syllables and so a slight adjustment is needed.

Imagens/Images, Máximo/Maximum, Erro/Error, Entre/Enter, Ou/Or, Serviços/Services, Uniformes/Uniform,


Rolo/Roll, Par/Pair,

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Cognate Patterns

English Portuguese English Portuguese


Nouns : Substantivos
1.al 1.al hospital hospital
moral moral animal animal
2.ty 2.dade capacity capacidade
eternity eternidade flexibility flexibilidade
3.ism 3.isma, ismo atheism ateismo
criticism criticismo feminism feminismo
4.ist 4.ist, ista dentist dentista
humorist humorista tourist turista
5.nce, ance 5.ência, ança abstinence abstinência
patience paciência perseverance perseverança
6.or 6.or actor ator
color cor favor favor
Adjectives : Adjetivos
7.al 7.al real real
sensual sensual virtual virtual
8.ant, ent 8.ante, ente excellent excelente
important importante patient paciente
9.ary 9.ário, ária adversary adversário
arbitrary arbitrário contrary contrário
10.ic 10.ico, ica economic economico
metallic metalico pacific pacifico
11.id 11.ido, ida lucid lucido
splendid esplendido vivid vivido
12.ile 12.il, óvel automobile automóvel
mobile móvel projectile projétil
English Portuguese English Portuguese
13.ive 13.ivo, iva adoptive adotivo
descriptive descritivo imaginative imaginativo
14.ible, able 14.ível, ável accessible acessível
admirable admirável convertible conversível
15.ous 15.oso, osa delicious delicioso
famous famoso vicious vicioso

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Verbs : Verbos
16.ate 16.ar celebrate celebrar
create criar donate doar
17.e 17.ar dance dancar
complete completar imagine imaginar
18.ult, ent, ort 18.ultar, entar, ortar comment comentar
consult consultar export exportar
19.fy 19.ficar amplify amplificar
qualify qualificar simplify simplificar
Adverbs : Adverbios
20.ly 20.mente creatively criativamente
separately separadamente usually usualmente

Some content adapted from Charles Nunes excellent website Learn Portuguese Now > Learn-Portuguese-
Now.com

Portuguese English Conversion

 Hear

Portuguese speakers don’t pronounce the H at the beginning of words but English do. The H sound is a bit like the sound
of the letter R in Portuguese. For example with the word Hear it sounds like the word Ear if the H isn’t pronounce and so
it is important to make sure you pronounce it. When using slang the H is often removed in English but it is necessary to
learn to use it at 1st.

 The switch around

In English we would say for example, Cash Machine where as in Portuguese it would be Machine of Cash. The thing you
are describing & what it does trade places/move around. I remember watching the TV one day and seeing Champions
League football. However, this was Portuguese TV & in the corner of the screen it said
Liga de Campeãos (League of Champions).

 P-honics (fonéticos)

English has some words which start with Th & Ph that are pronounced (pronunciar) as an F. In Portuguese the Ph words
are actually written with an F. For example Physics/Física, Physical/Físico, Photograph/Fotografia, Phoenix/Fénix &
Philosophy/Filosofia. Examples of Th words that are pronounced with an F are Thief/Ladrão, Thin, Thing, Think, Third/
Terceira & Theme/Tema.

 New Sounds (novo)

When I 1st started learning Portugues it was pointed out to me that I wasn’t saying words like Não correctly. This was
because English people don’t use the sound ão & so I had to practise using it. English people also have sounds that
Portuguese speakers don’t. Words like The, These, Those, They, There, Them, Though & Thus use a very common
sound which you want to learn. This sound is made by pushing your tongue between your teeth quickly & bringing it
back. Putting your finger on your teeth to make sure your tongue touches the finger can help at 1st. The words which use
this sound are used constantly in English as linking words (words that join words together).

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 Similar & Short Words

Many words in Portuguese are easy enough to translate into English because they are a similar length, contain the same
letters or follow a pattern. Some words that are useful are: Ou/Or, De/Of, Em/In, Na/In, Ao/To The,

A pattern between the languages (línguas) is that Portuguese words ending with dade end with ty in English. Qualidade/
Quality, Atividade/Activity, Sociedade/Society, Variedade/Variety etc. However, some words don’t follow this rule e.g.
Igualdade/Equality & Segurança/Security.

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Another common pattern is that of changing ção to tion. Ação/Action, Pronunciação/Pronunciation,


Acomodação/Accommodation, Ambição/Ambition, Descrição/Description, Edição/Edition.

 Owning

Owning something is said differently in the 2 languages. For example in English it is Perry's Book but in Portugues it's
The Book of Perry.

Exams

Speaking Exams

How important is...?


= The level of importance
e.g. Its not very important or Its very important (because)

Should traffic be controlled more strictly?


Presupposition: it is already controlled
and so talk about how it is already controlled with an example
e.g. the congestion charge in London

If you made a mistake in an exam then stop and correct yourself. If you, correct yourself after a mistake, then
you will get full marks. Because native speakers also made mistakes in that way and usually they correct
themselves.

Answer every question with 2 sentences. This is easy to do if you repeat the question in the answer
e.g. Can you remember the best teacher you ever had? For example my Film Studies teacher was funny, honest
and efficient. Every student passes the exam.
Answer: Yes I can remember the best teacher I ever had...

Now, with me, you can see how simple the 1st sentence is. Reword the question and use the same type of word
in your answer.

If the question was:


How long have you lived here?
The answer is:
I have lived here for...

To add your second sentence you can use: Because... then give a reason

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Because and as have the same meaning.
I love chocolate as its full of energy.

Examiners are listening for you to use different words thus showing them your range of vocabulary.
Use because and as equally. If you have said because 3 times then use as for the next few questions. My
History teacher was great because he was serious, funny, intelligent and he gets results.

Because is also a trigger for you. When you say because you automatically think of one reason.

Now, advancing students can also use due to.


e.g. I buy people drinks due to several times when we have become strong friends because of this polite gesture.

due to/because of
these are similar

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Life in the UK

The questions on the Life in the UK test can be remembered as categories. There are several topics for you to
remember for this test. I have many of the answers in my mind from places other than this test e.g. My History
course at school.

Information to pass the test includes:

The 1st World War 1914 – 1918


The 2nd World War 1939 – 1945

Many questions relate to these dates or times close to them. There is a question asking When was the NHS
created? I remember Just after the war e.g. Between 1945 and 1950.
I think the answer is 1948 (unsure) but with the knowledge of the war dates there can only be 1 right answer
(the one between 1945 & 1950).

There are several dialect/accent questions, and the right answers are:
Liverpool: Scouse. Tyneside: Geordie. London: Cockney. Cornwall: forget Cornwall

The Patron Saint questions can be answered with this knowledge:


St Andrew: Scotland. St Patrick: Ireland or Northern Ireland. St David: Wales.
St George: England.

A memory technique is, make pictures in your mind of The Countries Flags, with the Patron Saints
written on them. This works very well as when you was a baby without any language you remembered
things using pictures. Pictures are better for remembering than language. You can use this for any of
the questions if it helps.

Can you say out loud the 2 statements


“I am a genius” and “I am going to complete this test easily with 100%” they will both make you, feel
good about the test and passing it. Repeat them every day for 5 days before the test. When you pass
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Multiple Choice Tests

I have done many multiple choice tests and can find several ways to make them easier. Every question has 4
possible answers and so even if you didn't know the answer you can realise which answers are wrong/incorrect.
If you realise that 3 of the answers are definitely incorrect then you have the right/correct answer.

For example: Who is the patron saint of England?

A: St Andrew
B: St David
C: St George
D: St Patrick

You always remember that St Andrew is Scotland, St Patrick is Ireland/Northern Ireland and St David is Wales.
Now, you have all the right answers. It must be St George as its the only answer available for this question.

Even if you eliminate 2 answers then you give yourself a 50/50 chance of, getting the right answer. 2 choices is
easier than 4. So you can always get the right answers.

Prepare for the test doing as many practise exams as you can highlighting the correct answers as you move
forward. Its a good thing to look at the answers the 1st time you do the tests as it makes you really comfortable
with the process and means that you will be relaxed in the exam. When I did my Driving Theory Test I
completed 5 tests again and again until I got 35/35 (35 out of 35) for every one, of them. Then when I did the
real test I got 35/35. As you use this method of revising you will have every answer stored in the back of your
mind for use in the test. For practise tests you can buy a book, a CD, a computer program and use the internet.

The internet is the most cost effective way of passing tests with 100%, every time. You can use
www.google.com to search for test help from experts. You can find official practise tests to print out or online
interactive tests. Also, email me problemsolver@techie.com and I will give as much help as I can. I will send
you the best information I have on that particular test or course. If you were having English issues then the
website http://kshq.awardspace.com can help you with lots of free computer programs and fun sheets.

Understanding the key words can also help. For example:

Where is the dialect Scouse spoken?

A: Liverpool
B: Tyneside (Newcastle, Middlesborough, Sunderland)
C: London
D: Cornwall

Dialect may accidentally be interpreted as language when it actually means Accent. If you practise much then
you will find this out before the test. If you can understand the questions then there is less to memorise. If you
didn't understand that question you have to just rely on your memory of the answer. If you feel the question
correctly then you may not have to, remember the answers. You can choose the answer during the test.

As before, with this question you can eliminate 3 of the answers. People from Tyneside speak with the Geordie
accent, London is Cockney and Cornwall has a countryside accent. Thus, it must be Liverpool who speak the
Scouse accent/dialect.

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I have prepared completely for this relaxing test. So, I answer all of the questions quickly. I write the 1st
answer that I think of as the 1st answer is usually correct. I read the question and I always remember the answer,
so I look for it and tick the correct answer. I have answered every question in the test and finished really
quickly. I am surprised at how easy this test is. I have much time to look at the test again from the beginning. I
now give every question lots of attention to make sure it is correct. Some of the questions in the test have given
me the right answers for others. When I look at the questions for the second time I have more answers because
of this. This is how I get 100%. I always write every answer correct and right.

Because you answered every question rapidly you have lots of time to think about possible answers. I usually
take a piece of paper and a pen into the exam. Some exams even allow you to take books and notes into the
exam. You will have to check with your individual test what you can take in. Now, most exams allow a piece
blank paper and a pen. With these 2 things you can answer any question. Because you can make notes on the
answers you realise are definitely correct e.g. all of them, you can answer the other questions. Also when in the
test your memory will be stimulated by many things and so when you remember something that you practised
you can write it on the paper.

I did a mathematics/number test and I had passed 5 other computer tests in 10 minutes each (about an hour in
total). I didn't have the knowledge to pass the test but I wanted to do it without practising as it would be faster.
After 5 minutes I knew I had no chance of passing and asked the teacher to stop the test. The teacher says
“keep going, you might find yourself passing the test”. So I carried on. I am very good at estimating with
numbers (guessing approximately) e.g. 365 days in a year so 160 days is approximately 6 months. I used this
knowledge, a pen, a piece of paper and the test took me 1 hour (instead of 10 minutes like with the others). I
wrote all over 3 sheets/pieces of paper and guessed almost every question, eliminated the wrong answers and
use everything I have. The results were printed out and I passed by 2 marks (29/40 when the pass mark was
27).

So remember that anyone can pass a test, with 100%, because they practise also.
Can you say out loud the 2 statements
“I am a genius” and “I am going to pass this test easily with 100%” they will both make you, feel good about
the test and passing it. Repeat them every day for 5 days before the test. When you pass email or text me
telling me how great you are.

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Believe you can Learn

Meta Model &


Affirmations

The Meta Model is a series of psychology questions designed to help people change quickly & easily. It was
created in the 1970's by Richard Bandler & John Grinder after modelling the work of several therapy
practitioners. It can be used to help you with anything that was considered a problem.

Note all responses

What stops you from speaking English perfectly?

How would it feel if you could speak English, like a native speaker?

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What happens when you speak English, like me?

Just pretend that you are English for a moment... How does that feel?

Don't convince yourself that you are going to learn English faster than anything you have learned before, now.

Notice what its like when you can speak English fluently...

Have you ever learned anything really quickly?

Submodalities

Imagine yourself speaking English right now?

See what you would see, hear what you'd hear, feel what you'd feel. Add in any sounds, smells available.
Is it a picture? What does it look like? Marco/teacher example.
Change it too brighter, happy faces, perfect understanding, them giving you a wad of cash, English journalist of
the year award

Affirmations Exercise

I can learn anything quickly & easily.


English is easy.
I speak English, like a native speaker.

Say each affirmation 3 times. Notice the feelings you get and accept them. I'm completely fine with that. Just
say Hi there. That's ok. I'm cool with that. Acceptance makes things go faster. Pushed & something pushed
back. Push hand against students to demonstrate. Or the Bandler push one hand against the other. Continue
until they have the belief.

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The Spelling Strategy

20 years ago Robert Dilts decided to find out how the best spellers did it, using Richard Bandler's famous modelling
technique. In America they often have national spelling contests to decide the best spellers in the country. Robert
Dilts asked many of the champion speller's “How do you spell the words correctly every time?” He found that the
difference between the poor spellers and the champions was that they make pictures of the words in their minds.
The poor spellers used the methods that most of us are taught to use at school.

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The quickest way of ensuring that your spelling is accurate is to make pictures of the words in your mind and copy
them down. This is a lot faster than writing a word 50 times as some people used to suggest. The method of spelling
like this is:

>Find the word you want to learn, spelt correctly e.g. from a dictionary or another reliable source.
>Look up and to your right and make a picture/image of the word. This can be a picture of just the letters or
of the word written onto the actual thing. For example the word picture can be seen inside a frame.
>Look down and to your right & check that it feels good/correct.

 Using it

>When you want to spell the word look up and to the right; at the picture.
>Look down and to the right to check it feels right, then copy/write the word down.

Some people had trouble visualising pictures in their mind. If this was the same with you then make the pictures
more fascinating. For example make the words fluorescent/bright green, 3 dimensional, written on an imaginary
notepad, a blackboard, different textures and anything that helps you visualise.

This method may initially seem interesting but it is not necessary to always do it. Once you have written the word a
few times you automatically know how to spell it. It becomes as easy to spell as the other words you do understand.
Also I have been using this technique for a while and now I can make very faint pictures quickly which makes my
spelling faster plus more accurate.

This strategy is very useful for young people and I recommend that you teach it to any children that you know. It
will save them a lot of time over the course of their life. However, it still saves adults a significant amount of time
and can be very useful.

Reference: Richard Bandler & Robert Dilts

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The Basic of Communication

The basic of communication is that “If a person understands you then your language use is correct”.

So, you can use any words that you want to;
as long as your intended meaning is understood
& acknowledged by the other person.

For learning English this means if you see people using language in a way you recognise from your own language then
you can understand them. Furthermore, you can adapt their language through speaking and using it everyday. People
always communicate in many ways including through body language, gestures, voice tonality & tempo. For example
when people say “what’s up” in English or Portuguese/Spanish “que pasa” it is generally as 2 people meet & they use a
certain voice tone, body posture etc. What I am saying is that I often look at people speaking and can Feel what they are
saying.

I believe that everyone can do this but unfortunately they are not told this. They are told that “learning is a slow & painful
process”. The way they were taught it, it was. People do not learn language using grammar, they never have done. So
why teach it that way?

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I quite enjoy pretending I can speak other people’s languages through these methods. A few examples include:

2 of my students were talking and 1 asked the other where she was originally from in Italy.
I deduced this just from hearing the word Sicilly and said outloud “you just asked where she lived”. They both looked at
me with amazement and she asked “do you speak Italian”? She already knew the answer (that I didn’t). I proceeded to
explain to them that I heard 1 word and worked it out. I said to them that this is a very important concept to grasp
(understand) as it will benefit you for the rest of your life.

I also had many occasions with that same female student where she went to say something to me and I immediately told
her the English equivelant. Because I got a strong feeling of what she wanted to say. Then we would argue for a few
minutes that she thought I was wrong e.g. how could you know what I want to say without me saying it. Are you
psychic... do do do do do do. It would be handy if I was but there are much simpler ways of working this stuff out.

Everyone has an unconscious mind and everyone has feelings, well almost everyone. If you get a feeling or see a picture
then you can usually assume that it’s correct. In your life you have probably seen or heard something similar before and
so your mind gives you a signal to help you save time e.g. so you understand the situation. Learn to notice these signals
and acknowledge them. Also, as much as some people like to say that we are all individuals (me included); there are
things that all humans share. We all have legs, arms, eyes, minds, hair, ideas, 20 years growing, 30 years dying etc etc.
We talk and write about the same things despite doing so in different languages.

I also very much enjoyed another occasion when 2 people were saying something they shouldn’t in Swahili. The voice
tones, prior behaviour & me being in the room was how I “psychically” solved this case. I turned around to the girl and
said “it’s a good job I can read minds, otherwise this language barrier might be a problem”. The girl covered her mouth in
utter disbelief and I laughed my head off as I walked out of the room. The moral of the story is have fun whenever
available and possible.

I recommend to all my students that they should make use of pictures and sounds to aid their communication. The human
mind actually works faster with pictures & sounds than with language. When using spoken or written language a person
has to convert it into pictures or sounds to understand it. By using pictures/sounds to explain something the mind
understands and remembers alot faster. I certainly prefer these techniques as opposed to grammar for example. I hear
people constantly say stupid things like “how can you learn without grammar” or “unless someone speaks both languages
how can they teach English”. The second question was 1 I asked myself until I started teaching English and studying
about how humans really learn things. Remember that statements like this are limiting beliefs that someone else told you
at some point in your life. If someone else couldn’t do something it means that you can easily accomplish it with the right
attitude.

The words about needing both languages was told to me by a student of mine who I had already taught English very
quickly. Yet, he still believed an old belief that could only hinder/stop his progress. In fact I was telling him that he
would make a great teacher when he told me this.

The moral of all this is that you can do anything you want to. If you want to be something then do it. If anybody told you
that you couldn’t do something they were wrong. Anything anyone ever said that limited you in any way is now
cancelled/void and you are free to do everything.

As ultimate proof of the uselessness of the grammar system, grammar based courses can take a year to complete. Where
as, it is possible to learn a whole language in 1 week using these up to date and other newer methods. There are people
offering a 1 week language course and other people have learnt a whole language in a week for
experiments/documentaries.

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The Native Meaning System ©

Speaking to you as a native speaker, I personally remember much of my language in terms of meaning.

In the sentence above I wrote in terms of because it feels like the the right way of saying it. I didn't used grammar, I use
my intuition. So how does my intuition work?

I believe it's something just like this:

in terms of
using
through
through using
by
with

All of these phrases are stored in my mind as meaning the same thing. In fact, I can access them by using my New
Language Strategy. If you don't know any part of a sentence then replace the new words with some you already do know.

In this sentence: They all decide to opt in to the new method.

You can look at the words individually to understand the meaning.


Opt = option (choice). Choose into the new method. Yes, chocolate medal.

Or, you can replace the opt in part of the sentence with other words you already know.
For example you may know:

They all decide to Learn to the new method


They all decide to Read About the new method
They all decide Buy the new method

Most of the time you can change the part you do not know for a Simple Verb.
There are so many words in English which exist to give people different ways of saying things. The extra words are
available to keep the language interesting and to keep things clear. The words mean the same and are used in different
contexts.
I learned many words at school for Physical Education (PE) relating to the parts of the body. These words are used by
professionals like doctors. Most people have simpler words.

Most People's Words PE Words


Thigh Fibula, Tibia
Arm Radius, Ulna

A similar thing happens with people from different places and in context. Words like Relating To and About have the
same meaning. It is considered good to use the word About in Conversation. Whilst, Relating To is considered best for
Official/Technical Documents.

Percentage Words

100% Total

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Most 90%
Much
Alot 80%
Loads

Alright, Ok, Kind of, Sort of, Maybe, 50%


Possibly, So-So,

30%
Some

A few 20%
A bit

0% Nothing

Distance Words

I Realise some of the words I use are because of distance; how near or far something is.
If you look at the words below you can see their relationship with distance.

Single Plural Single


There That Those Them You
^ ^ ^ ^ ^
Here This These Us Me

If you can memorise these (near plural of this) then you will have a simple system of remembering words by
using distance. Make an example sentence for every word.

Learn Another Language


Earn Another Soul

Student Plan

This is, only like, a paper to give you a plan for being brilliant.

What stopped you from speaking English, like a native speaker:

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Things you love:

How we can use that:

More hours in the day and better use of them:

Things you already do (emails, letters, phone calls, msn, forums, documents). Bring to the lesson and we can
work on them. Which ones do you do?

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Grammar & Slang

Grammatically/Correctly Written
Everyday Spoken Terms/Slang
English

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Spelling and Spoken

Spelling Spoken/Pronounced

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I don't know... Yet

Have you ever been in a situation and wished you knew what to say in English. Well Here's where you get to
write down these situations. Write the situation down and what you said if you did say anything. Show it to me
or somebody else later and they can explain to you the correct thing to say in that situation.

Put this in your pocket and fill it in when you don't know what to say.

Situation Guess or Correct Language


For example: 1st meeting someone How are you, what's up, how's life, have you been
alright, hello stranger

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General English

Bundle

There is a particular English behaviour that does not seem to be understood by people from other countries. This
collected act or behaviour is known as the Bundle. It seemed to me (in my ignorance) that the rest of world had this
custom but described in a different way. However, after describing several occurrences of the technique to one bemused
Italian I realised otherwise.

My two stories of bundling that I have kindly bundled together in this document (plus other details) are as follows. At my
secondary school we had a cricket match and I was there to make up the numbers (as per usual). Anyway, I decided to
involve a bundle into the game as I was bored. Cricket isn’t the most exciting game in the world even for the English. I
suggested to a friend that we should bundle the bowler if he got the batsman out. He did and someone went to bundle the
bowler but bottled it at the last second. I was having none of this and launched myself into a rugby tackle at the guy. For
a second I worried that no one would join me and I was basically cuddling a bloke on the floor in front of thirty people
e.g. I looked a twit.

How relieved I was when the whole team of around ten people proceeded to crush my rib cage in the most fun way I can
think of.

At this point I believe some Barnes definition of bundle is in order. A bundle in the sense I’m speaking/writing is where
one person falls or is forced to the ground followed by a cry/shout (loudly) of “BUNDLE”. This word is the signal/trigger
for everybody in the surrounding area to run and jump onto the floored person. This pile of bodies gets as big or high as it
can and then is followed by lots of laughter and sometimes crying.

In the situation of the cricket game there was lots of laughter from all the players involved (my school), a look of what on
earth is going on from their batsman and our teacher looked incredibly embarrassed/irritated with us. So much for
laughter spreading on that occasion. We were happy anyway and I got the impression that people learned something that
day.

The other funny thing which happened on this particular day was two balls before the end of the game our batsman got
out and there was one ball left to be bowled. Now, anyone who has played cricket knows how hard the ball is. I would
say it’s like being hit with a brick that has been thrown at you. Therefore, some protection is needed in case the ball hits a
man in his privates. It is needed if the person wants to have kids anyway. Now, this poor guy had one ball to face and
decided to neglect the protective equipment also known as a box. Can you guess what happened? The bowler runs up
and hits the unnamed victim square in the balls.

The guy fell to the floor in agony and we all tried (and failed) not to laugh. Someone went over and helped him to walk,
which he appeared to be struggling with (as were we with trying not to laugh). I’m sure any man reading this can identify
with the stomach curdling pain of being injured in this area. Thus, it was funny in a “we are glad it never happened to us”
kind of way.

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Mika English

Had raised / fixed composed: Are double past combinations. Both words refer to the past when only one word is needed
in a sentence to inform the reader where it is in time.

Options include:

humour and originality and had raised Haiku (delete a word)


distinctive and fixed composition (alter a word)

Would: possible future


Will: definite future

You used to use the word That a lot. The word Which can often be used to replace it and sometimes the word Who can
also be used.
i.e. this means that the octopus that which/who has entered
Use that/which interchangeably in sentences. If you've used 1 already then use the other 1. Use them once each inside a
sentence.

These translations are a mixture of Fact and Description. Basho Matsuo (1644-1694) / The summer moon is shining
brightly over the sea.
Therefore: I suppose many octopus pots were laid on the beach; feels really out of place as it is neither. It is an opinion.

Such as / for example / e.g. / i.e. / including / which included / this includes /

Mixed meanings: unglazed pots which would deep into ocean floor
This sentence can be: which fall deep into the ocean or which fall onto the ocean floor.

Onto
On
On-top

In
Inside
I'm at the cube. I'll do it for the cube. Let's go to the cube.

However, context shows us (context may not be reliable, is context assumed, stated or artistic).
History or sources are more reliable and factual.

A partir de (direct/dictionary translation) To start from. Actual English phrase: Starting from.
The point is, use artistic and creative license to translate the meaning Not the words.

Final sentence: Moreover, we can appreciate the theme/message of “the fleeting” and relate it to the temporary nature of
human existence and of course, dreams.

Moreover = in addition (dictionary definition). However, to me it suggests that you are making an overruling statement to
summarise your previous comments i.e. A conclusion.

My English teacher always says that the best way to improve my English is to read as much as possible. For me, I
always find this to be true. Language is unconscious; and so filling the mind with phrases which I understand only
in meaning is the best way to become native quality.

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Numbers

Learn the numbers 1 to 10, the 10's up to 100 and 1,000 then you can use the numbers.
Using finger signals is the easiest way of showing numbers but make sure you know the hand gestures of that country first.
Italians use gestures to communicate but many countries use hand gestures as insults (including Britain).

Number Number Spelling Pronunciation Your Pronunciation


(write here)
1 One Won
2 Two To
3 Three Free
4 Four For
5 Five
6 Six
7 Seven
8 Eight Ate
9 Nine
10 Ten
20 Twenty Twen-tea
30 Thirty Fir-tea
40 Forty For-tea
50 Fifty Fif-tea
60 Sixty Six-tea
70 Seventy Seven-tea
80 Eighty A-tea
90 Ninety Nine-tea
100 One hundred/A hundred Won hun-dred
1,000 One thousand/A Won fail-sand
thousand
1,000,000 One million/A million Won mil-li-on

Other Numbers
Portugues Short version Spelling
1º 1st First
rd
3º 3 Third

1 kg (kilogram) = 2.2 pounds


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Openers

I notice very often that people taking English courses didn't realise that you have to practice in the real world.
People used to spend all week speaking their native language and then expect that their English would just
somehow happen.

When you were young you constantly practiced your language skills, however you thought that English would
happen without practice. Wrong.

Speaking your own language was comfortable and familiar and speaking English is going to be aswell. My
solution is to get you speaking to more English people and other people that speak the language fluently. If
you, want to learn, learn from the best.

So, here is a list of Openers. An Opener is a conversation starter so that you can start a conversation with
anybody. You can have conversations at the bus stop, train station, in the street and everywhere you go and
have lots of opportunities to speak the English you learn in the lessons.

I recommend for an opener that you get the Person's Attention by:

Touching them lightly on the arm


Saying “Hey” or “Excuse me” or “Hi” (something like this)

Then give yourself a Time Constraint like:


“I've just got a second” or “I have to get back to my friends” or “quick opinion/question”

The thing with these 2 is that getting someone's attention means they are looking at and listening to you. Which
is helpful. The time constraint is because when most people are approached they wonder How long is this
person going to speak to me? So, you tell them that you can only stay for a second and they Relax, and want to
talk to you.

Some Openers to Use

People love to talk about the weather so you can say anything about this:
“Do you know when the sun is coming out?” “Hasn't the weather been rubbish recently?” “When's this rain
going to stop?” “What a beautiful day, isn't it”

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Telling the Time

There are several ways to describe the time that have come from a few different places. I believe 1 reason for
this is due to the different ways of displaying the time. There are mechanical clocks, digital watches and sun
dials (just joking with that last one). Also there is choice between a 12 and a 24 hour clock which can affect
things.

The time shown on this clock can be said


in several ways such as:
Ten minutes past ten (rare)
Ten past ten
Ten past (short)
Ten ten (digital)

Twenty two ten (24 hour clock, evening)


AM or PM

In the same way that the Blue clock shows Ten Past it can also show Twenty Past (10:20) & Twenty Five Past
(10:25). When the clock goes past half way it can be read as Twenty Five To (10:35), Twenty To (10:40), Ten
To (10:50) & Five To (10:55).

Five to twelve
Eleven fifty-five

21:30 is the 24 hour clock version/equivalent of 9:30 PM and is often described as


Half Past Nine. When I was at school they described the pointing parts of a clock as hands (e.g. a person’s
hands like in that picture above). So, whenever the big hand is pointing directly down you say it is half past.

If the person you are speaking to is already aware of roughly what the time is e.g. they know it is past 3 o clock
then you can just say Half Past. As with much communication if the person already knows some of the details
then you can leave those out. Communication relies upon many things other than words and so make use of
these things as well.
Described as Quarter To (10:45)

Described as Quarter Past (10:15)

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Typical Words & Phrases I Use

I use many words & phrases that most English people understand. However, when talking to people from other
countries they often didn’t understand me because the language I use is not in the dictionary. It is also not in
the grammar books. My language use is a combination of all the language I’ve heard in my life. For example I
say Cool a lot which is originally American slang. I also say Man a lot as in “alright man?” (how are you?).
Which my English neighbour complained about a lot as he’s quite patriotic. By reading this our conversations
will improve and you can sound more like a native speaker.

Words & Phrases Meaning


A bit A small amount, A percentage
Kind of, Sort of So-So, Similar, Almost, A bit
Where are we, Where were we? What was the last thing we spoke about,
What were we doing before I started
speaking?
You know? Do you understand, Can you understand
this?
D'ya know what I mean? Do you know what my meaning is?

Useful TV Programmes

One of the best ways to learn a language is to hear as many accents as you can in lots of different places.
Watching TV programmes that contain everyday language and lots of characters can be very useful. Soaps or
Soap Operas are shown on terrestrial TV on a regular basis e.g. 5 times a week and so becoming entranced with
1 or several of them is easy.

The most popular 2 Soaps are EastEnders and Coronation Street. Which is your favourite? There are also other
shows on TV which focus on words; such as Countdown and Brainteaser. These 2 shows are on every weekday
and allow you to learn new words whilst relaxing.

PS: Brainteaser is currently not on and is probably taking a break. It is normally on Channel 5 during the day.

EastEnders Coronation Countdown


Street
Channel BBC 1 ITV 1 Channel 4
Monday 8:00 pm 7:30 pm 3:30 pm
Tuesday 7:30 pm 3:30 pm
Wednesday 7:30 pm 3:30 pm
Thursday 7:30 pm 3:30 pm
Friday 8:00 pm 7:30 pm 3:30 pm
Saturday
Sunday Omnibus 7:30 pm
around 3:00
pm

EastEnders is also repeated on BBC 3 at 10 pm after it is shown on BBC 1. ITV 2 shows repeats of Coronation
Street although at which time I am unsure.

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Whilst watching soaps you could actively participate by doing impressions of the characters and also by testing
their phrases/sayings. See how it sounds with your voice and if you can speak like them comfortably. If you
are watching with friends or family speak to each other using the language of the programme’s characters.

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Omnibus: A collection of the last week’s programmes shown together. Useful for catching up on
episodes you may have missed.

Terrestrial TV: This used to mean the 5 channels that every TV set could receive without add-ons
such as Cable or Sky. With the introduction of Digital TV & Freeview this phrase has less
significance but is still used.

Repeat/s: A programme being shown twice or more than this is a repeat. “I’m not watching TV, it’s
nothing but repeats”

Greetings

When meeting people after not seeing them for a while there are several greetings you can use.

Greeting Usage
How are you? Typical phrase that everyone understands.
How have you Same as the last phrase.
been?
Where have Asking the person their recent location rather than what they did there.
you been?
What have you Slang phrase that most people understand. A general question that allows
been up to? the other person to say what they want to.
What have you Same as the last phrase except you are asking for up to date information.
been up to
recently?
What have you General question of what the person has been involved in recently.
been doing? Similar to the last phrase.
I haven’t seen Usually said when you are happy/surprised to see someone after not
you for ages. seeing them for a long time.
I haven’t seen Statement which implies you want to know why you haven’t seen them.
you for a while
Long time no A slang/shortened way of saying the last phrase.
see.
Hello stranger. Suggesting that the person you are speaking to is almost like a stranger
due to the length of time you have not seen them. Usually spoken in an
upbeat manner.

If there are any problems with this list then feel free to email me with questions. Or you can print out this
document to write any questions on the sheet. Then hand the sheet to me and I will answer any questions asked.

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If there are any words you don’t understand then I’d recommend using www.dictionary.com. You can copy and
paste the words into the dictionary text box to find lots of meanings/explanations. www.dictionary.com also
has a translator and so try this website before asking me.

Perry’s word of the day: RATIONAL. A word used by upper class people to describe a process of high quality
thought. For example “let’s be rational about this”.

wordnet.princeton.edu/perl/webwn describes the word as meaning: Having its source in or being guided by the
intellect (distinguished from experience or emotion); "a rational analysis". This word is useful in upper class
company i.e. around snobs.

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Writing

Writing

The structure for many documents/stories is:

Beginning: Introduction. A statement so the reader understands the document's purpose


Middle: Main Idea/s + examples/details/descriptions
End: Conclusion. Summary of the points made in the middle

For example:
Beginning: I am writing this to help you learn several techniques for writing.
Middle: A sentence should use only 1 of everything. 1 and, 1 comma etc.
End: For extra practise you can take a newspaper/magazine article and rewrite it in your own words.

Paragraphs: The beginning and end should be a paragraph long. If the text is a 200 page book then the
beginning and end can be a whole chapter each. The middle of your writing should have a paragraph at least
every half a page; usually its more frequently than this. A paragraph can be the size of this one. Generally I
finish a paragraph when the subject of the text changes and I will do it again, right here.

If you are going to answer a question fully for an exam; then you can reword the question as the answer.

For example: Question: Do you want to feel good for the rest of your life?
Answer: I want to feel good for the rest of my life and throughout this document I will explain the reasons why
and the action I plan to take to ensure this becomes my ongoing reality.

This rewording of the question can be your introduction.

Middle: feeling good medical/people/society/life benefits; the bad thing about, feeling good always. Use each
subject as paragraph (simple structure) and paragraphs can be from 4 lines to half a page. State both sides of the
argument. The good and bad, the true and untrue. If you don't believe in pineapples explain why many people
do and the benefits they get from lying. Then your conclusion can state how you feel and your beliefs.

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When you have explored the question in the Middle section then you can give your Final Answer in the final
paragraph; which is the Conclusion (End).

Conclusion: After considering all the pros and cons of feeling good for the rest of my life I have realised that it
is possible and I would like to use it as a guide in my life. Feeling good makes many other things possible

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Hallo,

ich war ein knappes viertel Jahr beruflich in London (Rechtsabteilung einer Baufirma). Die Zeit wollte ich vor
allem nutzen, um mein Englisch zu verbessern. Es war nicht so einfach, eine adäquate Möglichkeit hierfür zu
finden. Ich habe mir diverse Angebote
angeschaut und leider fast vier Wochen verloren, ehe ich das Passende gefunden habe. Ein Problem war, dass es
nicht so viel Angebote für Leute gibt, die den ganzen Tag im Büro sind und erst nach 18.30 Zeit haben.
Sprachkurse wären nicht effizient genug gewesen. Außerdem hätte ich zu viel Zeit verloren, um zum Kursort zu
kommen. Ich habe
also versucht "one-to-one" Trainer zu finden. Nachdem ich einige Sitzungen mit preisgünstigen Anbietern hatte,
die jedoch aufgrund nicht vorhandener Kompetenz nicht zielführend waren, habe ich etablierte Anbieter
probiert. Die waren leider teuer und unflexibel. In Woche fünf habe ich einen talentierten und zuverlässigen
"teacher" gefunden, mit dem ich sehr effizient bis zum Schluss durchgearbeitet habe. Er hat meine Fehler sehr
schnell analysiert und zielgerichtet gegengesteuert. Obwohl wir jeden zweiten Tag eine Sitzung hatten, wurde
es nie langweilig. Wir haben z.B. auch Themen vorbereitet, die
ich am nächsten Tag in Besprechungen abhandeln musste. Von Vorteil war auch, dass er ohne Zusatzkosten
nach Canary Wharf kam, sodass unsere Sitzungen im Anschluss an die Arbeit stattfinden konnten. Leute, die in
einer ähnlichen Situation sind und nicht vier Wochen verlieren möchten, können "Pery" unter folgenden
Koordinaten erreichen: 07963960499 oder learnenglish@london.com.

Lars

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Great English Teacher: £10 an hour

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ESOL, Business English and English GCSE
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What changes the life of all my past students is the


massive action they take to apply what I teach them. Those who
use the strategies that I share are the ones who
create exceptional success beyond their wildest imaginations.
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Words/Lyrics here:
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Forsee: predict
Lean: move your body to one side
Flock: crowd of animals
Bootleg: fake
Consumerism: people buying things and believing in them
Fetish: an addiction to something usually sex based
Empathy: you have the same feelings as someone else
Sympathy: you never had the same situation and you still care for a person
Ties: people who help you
Enlightenment: finding nirvana, inner peace, zen mastery things Like this

The American Seam

I forsee the american dream


but all is not as it leans
flock towards me in puddles and streams
for the opportunities of bootleg jeans
the rational writhes and screams
for the mass of fabricated dreams
people's and person's actual needs
like their souls and mouths to feed
consumerism personifies the weed
but was not born from a seed
merely created

I was born a british

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and therefore do not possess the fetish
needed to acquire the english
everybody pray to the west
put the burdens onto your chest
whether you make your own path is the test

my empathy and sympathy is not enough to save you


you encourage yourself and around this they build the zoo
i've been a part of it to
the system I have broke on through
i'm not quite on the other side
I needed to develop reliable ties
on which I could rely
then the limits would be defined by the sky
and of course buy my mind

happiness is your own


find it according to your own rules
enlightenment and entitlement are not the same thing
discuss
To Learn More English Perry's Poems is here:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/4503368/Perrys-Poems-Poemas-de-Perry-Amo-Poemas-Politica-Poemas

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