Want to Become Fluent in English Without Going Abroad?

Are You Tired of Your Terrible Spoken English?

Do you have any of these problems?

  • You’ve been trying to improve your spoken English for a long time, but your speaking is still poor.
  • You have no one to talk to in English. No one to correct your mistakes (pronunciation, sentence structure, grammar, etc.)
  • You’ve received a lot of advice on how to improve your speaking, but you’re still not sure what to do.

If you have these problems, you’re not alone.

Is Your Terrible Spoken English Limiting You?

Today, being able to speak English well gives you a lot of benefits.

And people who can’t speak English well are at a big disadvantage.

  • They find it difficult to get a high-paying job (because other job candidates speak English better).
  • In a company that requires good speaking skills, employees who can’t speak English well are less confident. They’re afraid to speak in meetings. This destroys their chance of advancing in their careers.
  • When living abroad, people with poor spoken English have trouble communicating with others. If they’re students, they progress much slower than other students.

Secrets of Speaking Fluent English Revealed


If you feel like your poor spoken English is limiting you, there’s a solution.

I’m going to reveal what you must do if you want to “successfully” improve your spoken English.

I know that it works because I used this exact strategy myself to become fluent in English.

If you follow my advice, I guarantee that you’ll speak English better than 95% of all the other English students.

And no, you don’t need to live in an English-speaking country or find native speakers to talk to.

Strategy for Becoming Fluent in English

Strategy to Fluency

The strategy has only two steps:

Step 1: Use English speaking lessons to practice speaking skills such as…

  • Forming statements with proper sentence structure
  • Asking questions with proper sentence structure
  • Telling stories
  • Expressing Ideas
  • Giving long speeches
  • etc.

Step 2: After your speaking skills have improved, start using the Imitation technique to expand your “speaking vocabulary” (the words you can use when speaking). Practice with this technique until you’re satisfied with your spoken English.

That’s all you need to do to speak fluent English!

Don’t underestimate this strategy just because you think it’s simple. This two-step strategy really works. I know that because I used it myself to become fluent in English.

Want some proof?

To this day, I’ve never been to any English-speaking country. I’ve never taken an English speaking class. And I’ve never hired an native speaker to help me practice.

In spite of that, I was able to develop great English speaking skills. (I’m not perfect but I’m highly satisfied with my speaking.) I also own a pretty successful English channel on YouTube. I’ve published only 11 videos on my channel, but those videos have been viewed over 4 million times already!

I was able to accomplish all that because I improved my spoken English using the strategy I just shared.

You can speak English well too if you use the same strategy.

The Reason You’ve Failed to Improve Your Speaking Before.

trust leader blind help kind (edited) 21629Chances are, you have spent lots of time looking for ways to master English. You’ve probably tried to apply learning tips and advice from several English teachers before.

But my guess is, your speaking hasn’t improved much.

How do I know this?

Because 99% of English teachers have no idea how to master a second language. The only reason they can speak English better than you is because they grew up in an English-speaking country!!!

Unlike those teachers, I truly know how to master a foreign language without living abroad. I became fluent in English on my own, without help from others. That’s why I know I can help you accomplish the same thing.

How to Get Started

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Want to use this strategy to improve your own speaking?

If yes, I have an English speaking course that can help you do that. It’s designed to help you become a fluent English speaker using the strategy you just learned.

The course is called English Fluency Training (4th Edition). This newly updated edition consists of three modules:

  • Module 1 — Mastering the Basics
  • Module 2 — Advanced Training
  • Module 3 — Becoming Fluent in English

Let’s talk about each module in detail.

Module 1 — Mastering the Basics

This module is designed for people who:

  • Have trouble forming long and complex sentences.
  • Have difficulty forming questions with proper sentence structure.
  • Don’t have confidence because of their bad pronunciation.

If you have the problems above, here’s how this module can help you:

Benefit #1: Improve your ability to form complex sentences

A common problem English students have is that they have trouble forming sentences. This makes them hesitate to speak English.

If you have this problem, you need a lot of practice, and this module will give you the practice you need.

Here’s how: in some of the lessons, the teacher will ask you a lot of questions in English. Your job is to answer every question out loud. Sometimes, you’ll have to provide short and easy answers. Other times, you’ll have to provide long and complex answers.

After you complete these lessons, you’ll be able to speak English with good sentence structure.

Here are some examples of the actual sentences you’ll be practicing:

  • “He’s not thinking about buying a new television.”
  • “If they get the chores done today, she’ll take them to Disneyland.”
  • “When they were little, they thought Santa Claus was real.”
  • “Max knows that drinking alcohol is bad for his health.”
  • “He wasn’t sad or angry that his mom forgot his birthday.”
  • “They can’t set up their meeting on Tuesday because Scott won’t be in the office.”

Want to try the first lesson of this module? Download the lesson here:

Lesson 1 (right click and select “Save link as” to download)

Benefit #2: Improve your ability to ask questions

Asking questions is an important skill. In real conversations, you can’t just talk non-stop; you also have to ask questions sometimes.

Unfortunately, most English students cannot put words in the right order to form a question. Why? Because their teachers don’t teach them this skill. (I’m not surprised. This skill is very difficult to teach.)

But don’t worry. In Module 1, you’ll get to practice asking all kinds of questions in English.

Here’s how: in some of the lessons, the teacher will make a lot of statements in English. Your job is to turn each statement into a question.

Want to know how it works? Download another sample lesson here:

Lesson 2 (right click and select “Save link as” to download)

Benefit #3: Improve your pronunciation (so that you have more confidence when you speak English)

Imagine that you’re talking to a foreigner in English.

You’re trying to tell him something. But your pronunciation is very hard to understand. So he responds with a confused look on his face.

Having good pronunciation is important. If your pronunciation isn’t clear enough, others won’t understand you. They will find it difficult to have a conversation with you.

The good news is, the lessons in Module 1 can improve your pronunciation.

Here’s how to use the lessons to improve your pronunciation:

  1. Use each lesson several times until you can say every sentence with correct sentence structure. Then move on to the next lesson.
  2. After you complete all the lessons, go back to the first lesson. Practice with all the lessons again. But this time, use the lessons to improve your pronunciation. Here’s how: when the teacher gives feedback, pause the lesson and repeat after the teacher. Do your best to imitate the teacher’s pronunciation. It’s quite difficult to change your pronunciation, so repeat each lesson several times.
  3. After 2 – 3 months, come back to Module 1 and practice imitating the teacher again. This is important. Like I said, changing the way you pronounce words is difficult. That’s why you need a lot of repetition.

I’ve personally used the lessons in Module 1 to improve my own pronunciation. I’m Thai. And I used to speak English with a Thai accent. (You can hear it in my YouTube videos, which were recorded in 2014.). So, I used the lessons to reduce that accent.

So, even if you’re not a beginner, you can still benefit from this module.





Lessons Get More Difficult as You Progress Through the Course

Module 1 has 20 lessons. These lessons have different “levels of difficulty.

Look at the table below:

TopicNumber of
Difficulty Level
Present Simple With Verb "To Be"2Easy
Present Simple With Verb "To Be" (Part 2)2Easy
Present Simple With Verb "To Do"2Easy
Present Simple With Verb "To Do" (Part 2)2Easy
Present Continuous2Normal
Present Continuous (Part 2)2Normal
Future Tense2Normal
Future Tense (Part 2)2Normal
Past Simple2Hard
Past Simple (Part 2)2Hard

As you can see, the first few lessons are easy. But as you move on to later lessons, the practice will get more difficult. I designed the course this way because I wanted to keep pushing your spoken English to the next level.

Of course, the lessons in Module 2 will be even more difficult. So, let’s talk about Module 2.

Module 2 — Advanced Training

This module is for people who…

  • Have trouble talking about events that happened in the past.
  • Can’t express their thoughts and ideas clearly.
  • Can’t say anything long or substantial in English. (Can only say a few basic sentences at a time.)

If you have these problems, here’s how this module can help you:

Benefit #1: Improve your ability to tell stories

Many students have trouble talking about events that happened in the past (using the Past tense).

So, in some of the lessons, the teacher will tell you a story (an event that happened in the past). Then, he will ask you a lot of questions about that story. Your job is to answer every question out loud.

That’s not all. At the end of the lesson, you will have to tell the whole story yourself from beginning to end. (You won’t get it right the first time. That’s OK. You’re supposed to use these lessons several times.)

Benefit #2: Improve your ability to express ideas clearly

Some students complained to me that they can’t express their thoughts clearly.

Oftentimes, they want to tell people what they’re thinking. But they can’t put it into words. So, instead of saying what they want to say, they usually say nothing (or say something very basic).

That’s why, in some of the lessons, you will get to practice expressing ideas.

Here’s how it works: the teacher will read you a passage (a piece of writing). Then, he will ask you questions about that passage. And at the end of the lesson, you’ll have to express the ideas from the passage in your own words.

Benefit #3: Improve your ability to give long speeches

Can you talk non-stop in English for 5 – 10 minutes without reading a script?

If you can’t, don’t worry. This module will train you to do that.

Here’s how: in some of the lessons, you will get to practice giving a long speech (to an imaginary person).

For example:

  • In one of these lessons, you have to convince your co-worker to stop complaining about his salary.
  • In another lesson, you have to make your sister believe that a busy person like her can become a writer.
  • In another lesson, you have to encourage your friend to keep working on his business.

Don’t worry if this sounds difficult. The teacher will guide you along the way so that you know what to say.

Here are screenshots from some of these lessons.

As you can see, other than the teacher’s voice, you can also determine what to say from the instruction at the top of the screen. There’s also a suggestion (hint) of what to say at the bottom. (You don’t have to always follow these suggestions. You can improvise. It’s up to you.)

Just like the sample lessons you downloaded, these advanced lessons are easy to use.

How many lessons are in Module 2?

There are 21 lessons in Module 2. The lessons are grouped into five lesson sets. Each lesson set revolves around a specific topic.

Here’s the structure of this module:

Lesson Set 1 – Complaining VS. Taking Action

  • Lesson 0 – Getting Started (This is not an actual lesson. It’s just a short tutorial.)
  • Lesson 1 – Telling a Story
  • Lesson 2 – Expressing Ideas
  • Lesson 3 – Giving a Long Speech

Lesson Set 2 – Limiting Beliefs

  • Lesson 0 – Getting Started (This is not an actual lesson.)
  • Lesson 1 – Telling a Story
  • Lesson 2 – Expressing Ideas
  • Lesson 3 – Explaining a Process
  • Lesson 4 – Giving a Long Speech

Lesson Set 3 – Success Leaves Clues

  • Lesson 1 – Telling a Story
  • Lesson 2 – Expressing Ideas
  • Lesson 3 – Talking About People
  • Lesson 4 – Giving a Long Speech

Lesson Set 4 – Persistence

  • Lesson 1 – Telling a Story (Part 1)
  • Lesson 2 – Telling a Story (Part 2)
  • Lesson 3 – Expressing Ideas
  • Lesson 4 – Talking About a Person
  • Lesson 5 – Giving a Long Speech

Lesson Set 5 – Choices (5 Lessons)

  • Lesson 1 – Telling a Story (Part 1)
  • Lesson 2 – Telling a Story (Part 2)
  • Lesson 3 – Expressing Ideas
  • Lesson 4 – Talking About a Person
  • Lesson 5 – Giving a Long Speech

Feedback from a Customer

While creating this module, I sent the first three lessons to some of my early customers and asked for feedback. Here’s one of the responses:

Feedback from Mr. 盧瑞:

I practiced your lessons just now. It’s very nice. I’m saying it with my sincere thanks. From your lessons in Module 1, I’ve learned a lot, but although they were helpful, they didn’t get us to the most crucial and practical place of speaking, which I think is expressing your own ideas, having a long speech. But now you do get us to there. In these lessons, I’m saying what I am thinking under the environment you provide. I believe this is the best way to join the native speakers.

This final lesson is absolutely helpful! It pushes me to speak, to express what I’m thinking, which is exactly how language works. It’s a great way I’ve known for learners to get their English fluent, organized.

Now, let’s talk about Module 3.

Module 3 — Becoming Fluent in English

This module is for people who:

  • Can’t find “the right words” to use when speaking.
  • Know the meanings of all the commonly-used words, but can’t use those words in a conversation.
  • Want to expand their “speaking vocabulary” (the words you can use in speech)

The course would not be complete without this module.

Here’s why this module is so important…

To be fluent in English (or in any language), you need to have a LARGE speaking vocabulary.

Even if you can speak English with perfect grammar, you won’t be able to communicate well you can’t use a lot of English words in speech.

So, if you want to become fluent, you need to expand your speaking vocabulary.

This module will help you do that.

How to Expand Speaking Vocabulary

In this module, I teach you an advanced technique called Imitation. It’s a technique that allows you to learn new words, phrases, speaking patterns, etc.

With this technique, you won’t just learn the words’ meanings. You’ll also be able to use those words in real conversations!

Here’s what will happen if you practice with this technique:

  1. At first, you won’t see much difference because your speaking vocabulary is just beginning expand.
  2. After a while, you will feel that it has become easier for you to find words to express your thoughts.
  3. Finally, you will feel that you can speak English much more fluently. You’re not perfect, but you’re highly satisfied with your ability to communicate your thoughts to others.

Imitation is The Best Language-Learning Method in the World

The Best

Imitation is the main reason I can speak English well, despite the fact that I’ve never been to an English-speaking country.

I truly believe that Imitation is the best language-learning technique in the world.

Here’s why:

  1. There’s no limit to how much you can improve. As long as you keep using this technique, your spoken English will keep getting better.
  2. Other than your speaking vocabulary, using this technique will also improve your grammar and pronunciation.
  3. You don’t need a speaking partner! All you need is some English material, which is readily available on the Internet.
  4. Learning English by imitating native speakers ensures that you will speak English like native speakers.

This module consists of two lessons.

Lesson 1 — the Parroting Technique

Although Imitation is very effective, it can be difficult for beginners. So, in the first lesson of Module 3, I teach another technique called Parroting, which is a simplified version of Imitation. It may not be as effective as Imitation, but it’s much easier to do. Once you’re comfortable with this technique, you can move on to using Imitation.


Screenshots from the video tutorial

Lesson 2 — the Imitation Technique

The last and most valuable lesson. This lesson contains two things:

Thing #1: Video tutorial on Imitation

In this video tutorial, you’ll learn how to practice Imitation. I show you all the steps required and let you see me perform the technique on screen.


Screenshots from the video tutorial

Thing #2: The Guide to Using Imitation eBook (Expanded and Updated)

This used to be a short eBook. But thanks to all the questions and feedback from students who purchased the first three editions of the course, the eBook has been updated to include new information and insights. It now has 5,900 words of useful tips and tricks.

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You’ll also get this eBook.

In this eBook, you’ll learn:

  • Tips for how to practice Imitation effectively.
  • How to use Imitation to improve your explanation skills.
  • How to use Imitation to improve your writing skills.
  • The criteria you can use to find good English material to practice with.
  • And much, much more!

After completing this module, you’ll know exactly how to expand your speaking vocabulary and become a fluent English speaker.

With this knowledge, you won’t need to spend thousands of dollars on expensive classes or private English tutors. You’ll know how to improve your speaking on your own, at home, using English material you have access to like movies, TV series, podcasts, etc.

Feedback from a Student

Want to know what to expect from the Imitation technique? Here’s the feedback from a Filipino student named Eunice:

I have been downloading a lot of podcasts especially those ideas and concepts that are connected with my field of work. Now I had master a 1-minute talk that i downloaded in TED talks podcast without consciously retrieving the words or phrases. It was just coming out automatically. It is really amazing. I am really excited of what my progress will be like in the months to come. I am looking forward to be more like you in the near future.
Thank you so much and Godbless

Purchase the English Fluency Training Course

This course is 69 US dollars.  It’s a one-time payment. After making the payment you’ll get the entire course immediately. (The course consists of video lessons, audio lessons, transcripts for all the lessons, and an eBook.)

Here’s what you need to do:

Step 1: Make a payment with your credit card or PayPal.

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Step 2: After the payment, you will immediately receive the download link for the course via email.

If you don’t receive the download link or if you have trouble downloading the course, just contact me at contact@engfluent.com. I’ll reply within 12 hours and assist you until the course is successfully downloaded to your computer/phone.

Frequently-Asked Questions

Click on a question to see the answer.

How much time a day should I practice with the course?

This is entirely up to you. If you’re busy and don’t have much free time, you can spend just 10 – 15 minutes a day practicing. But of course, you’ll improve much slower than people who practice more.

So, if you have some free time, I’ll suggest that you practice about 30 minutes per day. This allows you to complete the lessons in Modules 1 and 2 more quickly. Which means that you can start using the Imitation technique (taught in Module 3) sooner.

With that said, be careful not to rush because the lessons are meant to be used several times.

I don't have a credit card or PayPal. Is there another way to purchase?

Unfortunately, you can only buy the course with a credit card or PayPal. These two methods are the safest way to purchase something online because the transaction is managed by a third party.

Sure. You can transfer me money using a service like Western Union. But this method doesn’t protect the buyer (you). If I don’t give you the course after I get your money, there’s nothing you can do about it. (Of course, I would never do that. I’m just trying to make the point that it’s not a good method to use.)

Do you know someone who has a credit card? Maybe you can ask that person to purchase the course for you, and then you can pay them back by cash.

Or you can create a PayPal account, then link your bank account to that PayPal account. (You don’t need a credit card to do this.) You can learn how to do it from this article: How Do I Link a Bank Account to My PayPal Account?

How many times should I practice each lesson?

I can’t give you a specific number. It depends on your current English level and how good your pronunciation is.

My advice is to practice each lesson until…

  1. The lesson has become easy for you.
  2. You can say all the sentences in that lesson clearly and with good-enough pronunciation.
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You probably have two concerns when it comes to online shopping:

  1. The seller might cheat you. (Take your money without delivering the product.)
  2. Your credit card information might be stolen.

So let me address both concerns.

Concern #1: The seller might cheat you.

I shop online quite often, so I can understand this concern. If the seller takes your money without delivering the product, that would be a terrible experience.

However, it’s perfectly safe to buy my course. The reason is that I don’t accept payments directly on my website. Instead, I use third-party companies (Gumroad and PayPal) to accept payments for me.

These two companies regularly removes bad sellers from their platforms. If I cheat you, you can inform them and they will return your money and terminate my account.

This, of course, will ruin my reputation and put me out of business. This is why it would be very stupid of me to cheat someone.

Concern #2: Your credit card information might be stolen.

This is impossible. As I mentioned earlier, I don’t accept payments directly on my website. Which means I will never see your credit card information.

When you click the Pay with Credit Card button, you’ll be taken to Gumroad.com – the platform I use to collect credit card payments.

It’s 100% safe to buy on Gumroad. You can read this article from Gumroad for more detail.

I don’t have money. Can you give me this course for free?

I’m sorry. I spent a lot of time creating this course. I also invested spent over $2500 on it. This budget includes hiring native speakers to help me proofread and record the lessons, hiring artists to draw illustrations, buying video editing software and other equipment, etc.

I think I deserve to get paid for this.

It wouldn’t be fair to me (and to the people who have purchased the course) if I gave this course to anyone for free. I hope you understand.

My credit card’s currency isn't in US dollars.

That’s OK. You don’t have to worry about the currency difference. The payment system will take care of that for you.

Here’s how it works: the system will calculate how much you have to pay in your currency (based on the current exchange rate), and that amount will be deducted from your balance.

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