In almost every language-learning program out there, you start by learning to read and write.
Then, you learn new vocabulary by focusing on visual symbols like letters or characters.
This is the traditional “learn-by-eye approach.”
But our program doesn’t start with reading and writing. Instead, we start with hearing and pronunciation.
With this approach, you learn new vocabulary by focusing on sounds (not on symbols).
We call this “Learning by Ear.”
Check out this video where I discuss the difference between the two approaches and how “Learning by Ear” helps you learn faster, understand more, and speak with a better accent.
1:22 – The Streetlight Effect
3:33 – Define “Learn by Eye” vs. “Learn by Ear”
9:54 – The Traditional “Learn by Eye” Approach
16:36 – The “Learn by Ear” Approach
18:54 – How to Train Accent Before Spelling
21:47 – How to Learn Sounds of Speech
27:35 – The Path to Knowing
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