In this episode, we are thrilled to present an outline of our new comprehensive 5-Step methodology that we have developed over the last four years with RealLife English. The next FIVE episodes will go in depth about each step of the RealLife Way and how YOU can start applying this to your English and your life:
- PART I – Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way
- PART II – Don’t Just Learn it, Live it
- PART III – Discover the Truth About “Native” English
- PART IV – Step Outside of Your Comfort Zone and SPEAK English
- PART V – Be the Change Your Wish to See in the World
If you listen to every episode in the next few weeks and apply the principles, then we have the following promise:
We will Inspire you to awaken the determination you need to realize your true potential, not only as an English learner, but as a human being.
We will Empower you build the strategies, skills, and courage you need to step outside the classroom into the real world, and not just learn English, but to live it.
We will Connect you to a world beyond beyond borders, a global consciousness, community, and realization of the fact that no matter what divides us, that what unites us is far greater.
We are super excited to present you with this dynamic, new methodology for English learning, so without further ado, let’s jump into the lesson!
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Learn more about the RealLife Radio Power Lesson course
(40+ podcast transcript lessons with Anki vocabulary file)
Words You’ll Learn:
- Rocking – to be doing or wearing something in a good way
- Partner in crime – Someone with whom you commit crimes (often used jokingly)
- Get a peak at – to take a quick look at something
- Unroll (something) – to introduce a new plan or strategy
- Kick ass (v.) / kickass (adj.) – to do something very well / cool, awesome
- Determination – firmness of purpose
- Rain or shine – doing something regardless of exterior conditions or circumstances
- Plateau – to go through a period without growth or decline
- Have a breakthrough – to have a sudden realization or insight that helps you progress forward
- Tipping point – the point at which a series of small changes or incidents becomes significant enough to cause a larger, more important change
- Ah-ha moment – an epiphany, sudden realization or insight
- Hone in – to focus
- Glimpse – to have a brief look at or into something
- Tap into something – to access
- Benefit of the doubt – to take something into consideration without pre-judgements
- Caricature – a drawing that exaggerates prominent features
- Step on some toes – to do something that my be considered against societal expectations or norms
- Embody – to be the physical manifestation of something
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