Don't speak English, parlez Globish !!

Healthy support of a Canadian learner, written in good Globish (ENGLISH, ANGLAIS)

> >Dear Philippe Dufresne,
> >
> >It's a pleasure to answer you and I'm going to do it in globish.
> >
> >The first point explaining the succes and the appeal of your method for
> >me is to reduce the ambition in a first time. Then you propose for
> >example to memorize 1500 words. It's possible for anyone. If you have
> >to memorize 5000 words, you courage is immediately falling down. With
> >this modest aim, you'll think you are able to do it and you'll try. And
> >with this method you'll note soon that's actually easy .
> >
> >At this step two helps are done: the sound, because of these series of
> >sounds allow to drill the vocabulary many times, and this excellent
> >explanation about use of sh'wa. With the sh'wa, learning vocabulary is
> >easer and better, near the reality. You are suddenly learning the same
> >words, the same sounds, which you can catch when you are watching the
> >TV or hearing a conversation.
> >
> >The second point is certainly, for me, the sentence building and the
> >way to show in each "etape", for instance, the use of tense, with
> >sentences you can repeat ten times or more, like a perfect model in
> >your mind. I'd never understood and felt this important step for
>learning a language.
> >
> >In fact and to conclude, I think the method is interesting with all its
> >means got together, their addition and the real difference comparing
> >several methods is maybe its particular spirit. Anyway, the method has
> >been working very weel for me and I'm feeling like going on with it to
> >improve my globish.
> >
> >Congratulations on your work. Best regard.

> >Jean-Philippe Arm