RealLife Radio #110 – Become A More Natural English Speaker


It’s time to get REAL with your English!

Get some amazing tips from our good friend Gabby Wallace from Go Natural English! (sorry for some background noise)

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What You Will Learn:

  • Charlotte Hornets – a NBA basketball team from Charlotte, a hornet is a big bee
  • Long lost relative – a relative you haven’t had contact with for a long time
  • Go commando – an expression to say you aren’t wearing underwear
  • Birthday suit – another way to say you are naked
  • Overwhelmed – a discouraged feeling of having too much of something
  • Bragging – to show your success to others to make yourself look good
  • to craft something – to make or construct something with care
  • In a nutshell – a summarized version of something
  • Draw the line – to define a limit
  • Ace a test – to get a perfect score on a test
  • On the same page – to be in agreement, or talking about the same thing
  • A grey area – an area, situation, etc, lacking clearly defined characteristics

Learn More About Gabby:

Shout Outs:

  • Atilla, Go Natural viewer from Budapest
  • Marelo Pias, from the south of Brazil

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Kick-Ass Quote:

  • A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step – Lao Tzu

Conversation Topic:

  • Gabby tells us about her story in becoming a world class English teacher, and how Go Natural English was born. Get some great tips and insights for Gabby and her amazing work.

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  • Sergio Luiz says:

    What amazing episode, because I follow Gaby on her awesome gonatural, it is like to see her in person. You are fantastic!

  • Sergio Luiz says:

    Curiosity is in fact one secret amont many but is great. I by myself only figured out how to mesure fluency recently. You mesure it in hours, not months, years or other thing. Why? I can then ask you, how many hours a day you spend living English?

    • Chad Fishwick says:

      Hey Sergio!

      Thanks for you contributions and support. I definitely agree with you that measuring and keep track of something is very important. Whether it be how many words you learn a day, how many hours you spend reading or watching something in English.

      The more we track our growth, the more transparent out improvements are, and that is great motivation to continue.

      Cheers buddy!

  • Marcelo Pias says:

    That was just perfect guys… 😀 Thanks so much for the shout out!

    • Chad Fishwick says:

      Hey marcelo, or should I call you… The Night Guard!

      Glad you liked it man. I hope everything is ok and we chat soon on the platform.

      Cheers man!

  • This interview was so much fun! I love talking with Chad and Justin and am very happy to meet the Real Life English community! Gabby

  • Daisy May Adra says:

    Oh yeaahh! I loved your discussion specially to teacher Gabby who talk about her amazing journey, and how GNE was born. I totally admired her to help people who want to be fluent in English.