Native-like fluency in English

A podcast by Natalia Tokar


46 Episodes

  1. Improve your pronunciation by mastering the English vowels | A special episode with Dela Martin

    Published: 8/13/2023
  2. Student Interview: How to Find Joy in Learning and Be Honest With Yourself | Marina's True Stories

    Published: 8/2/2023
  3. Interview with Alex: How do you communicate in English so that your clients take action? Making an impact when English is the language of business:

    Published: 6/12/2023
  4. Interview with Clara: Why Modern Dentists Invest in Learning English

    Published: 5/17/2023
  5. Why reading out loud is a MUST-DO exercise if you want to be spontaneous in English

    Published: 5/6/2023
  6. Accent or Poor Pronunciation? Unconscious Stereotyping and Conscious Practice to Improve your Pronunciation

    Published: 2/2/2023
  7. Learn to belong with others without losing yourself in a global team. Natalia Reads "Global Dexterity".

    Published: 1/6/2023
  8. Why is it so difficult to learn English independently? Grammar tips for advanced learners

    Published: 12/21/2022
  9. Improving Writing Skills for Advanced Non-Native Speaking Learners: Make Writing Personal

    Published: 10/26/2022
  10. Natalia Reads "The Poets and The World". A Nobel Lecture by Wislawa Szymborska

    Published: 10/23/2022
  11. A practice routine to continuously improve your grammar (for advanced learners). Simple, yet unobvious exercise.

    Published: 9/20/2022
  12. The importance of taking care of your inner state if your goal is native-like fluency

    Published: 9/13/2022
  13. An exercise to practice the rhythm of English: read a quote a find a FOCUS word. Let's do it together

    Published: 9/7/2022
  14. Natalia reads "Networked Knowledge and Combinatorial Creativity"

    Published: 8/15/2022
  15. Natalia Reads "Book Lovers" by Emily Henry

    Published: 7/12/2022
  16. BREVITY in English for advanced learners. What is it and how to practice it?

    Published: 7/8/2022
  17. You need motivation only if you choose the exercises that are way too difficult for you

    Published: 6/29/2022
  18. English practice that opens doors to international opportunities. An Interview with Nuri.

    Published: 6/27/2022
  19. Communication Confidence in English: rhythm, pitch, melody, etc. An interview with Jill Diamond

    Published: 2/18/2022
  20. Stories between Moscow & LA. The work you do when you already live in an English-speaking country.

    Published: 2/7/2022

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Hi, I'm Natalia Tokar, and I am not a native speaker.I created the methodology and the system of exercises to achieve native-like fluency in English because I couldn't find it anywhere. I've always been driven by the idea of effortless mastery and virtuosity. I learn new skills with one simple idea in mind - I want to be able to apply them in my everyday life situations, specifically in my spontaneous conversations with native speakers. To do so, I need to master the fundamental skills of building relationships in a foreign language. Native-like fluency is all about being able to be yourself and belong with others in every conversation, because every conversation is an opportunity to nurture the relationship.I say that effort must be effortful, where effort brings joy. My approach is based on following deliberate practice routines and receiving human feedback. Become a daring learner who can learn directly from the source and seek feedback from more advanced learners. When you know how you learn, you can create your own curriculum. I am an educator with 17 years of teaching experience and a creative business owner with 10 years of experience in global sales & cross-cultural communications.I share the methodology and my own practice routine in the community of practice and in the online programs that I create. WebsiteCommunity Hosted on Acast. See for more information.