No ENGLISH is 100% perfect

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The FUTURE of Learning

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One problem some ESL students have is that they listen far too much to native speakers….sound crazy? Well in some ways it is.

I say this because once the student understands the native English speaker they get very confused, because they assume that native speakers are perfect English speakers, but it’s not the case. Native English speakers often learn English from the moment they were born and so as a result pick up not only the English with fluency and confidence, but pick up all the mistakes and errors that English make on a daily basis.

The final point here is that people have to understand that no one speakers English 100% perfectly, even native English speakers.

The best thing for a student to do is to listen purely to understand, not just to check the grammar. If you focus too much on the grammar, you…

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