How To Learn English Grammar
Most students try to learn English grammar using grammar textbooks. They study grammar rules. They take grammar tests. They use an analytical approach, attempting to memorize and then apply an overwhelming number of rules.
Research has proven this method to be inefficient and ineffective. The truth is, the human brain simply cannot consciously remember, process, and use hundreds or thousands of grammar rules. Real speech is much too fast.
Native speakers do not learn grammar in this way. Native speakers learn English grammar intuitively and subconsciously. They learn in a holistic way, rather than attempting to memorize individual grammar rules. As a result, native speakers easily process and use correct grammar at normal speaking speeds.
Fortunately, it is possible for English learners to learn grammar in the same way as native speakers. Language teacher Blaine Ray has developed a unique system for teaching English grammar in an intuitive way.
Specifically, the system uses “Point of View Stories” to teach the patterns of English grammar. Students subconsciously acquire correct grammar, but they never study grammar rules.
In this system, the teacher firsts tells a simple story from one point of view. For example, a story is told about the past. Next, the teacher tells the same exact story, but begins with “since he was a child...”. Next, the teacher tells exactly the same story again, but the story is told about the future.
By listening to the stories, students intuitively and effortlessly learn English grammar. More importantly, they are able to use correct grammar when they speak.
Point of View Stories are an innovative new way to study English grammar, offering hope to millions of frustrated English learners.
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