Top 5 Confident English Lessons of 2019

Dec 23, 2019 | English Confidence and Fluency, Top 5 Lessons

In just a few days, we’ll be celebrating the end of a year and the end of a decade. My top priority in 2020 is to help you accelerate your English confidence. And make sure you don’t miss the most popular 5 Confident English lessons of 2019.

But before we leave this year, I want to say thank you.

Thank you for being part of the Speak Confident English Community.

Thank you for trusting me and my team to help you in your English journey.

Thank you for sharing your questions, challenge, ideas and comments on my lessons and YouTube lessons.

I love seeing you get the confidence you want for your life in English and I’m grateful that I have the opportunity to share with you through my lessons and my online courses.

So let’s do more of that in 2020!

Next year is a BIG year for us at Speak Confident English. Fluency School is turning 5 years old! To celebrate, we have some big changes coming — I hope you’ll celebrate with us. 🎉

Be sure to mark your calendar for March 15. That’s when we’ll start opening the doors to the next Fluency School course.


Top 5 Confident English Lessons of 2019

Number 1: 10 Smart Words to Use at Work in English

Viewed over 1 million times on YouTube! 😲

One of the most common questions I get is how to learn and remember advanced vocabulary. That is something I wanted to help with in 2019 and this lesson was definitely the most popular. After you learn these new words, watch my lesson on how to remember new English vocabulary.

Number 2: How to Simplify Your Life — Advanced English Conversation

In 2019, students in our Advanced Conversation course discussed mindfulness, life/work balance, and how to live a more simple and joyful life. I love helping our students have in-depth conversations on topics that our community cares about.

In this lesson, I share some of the same vocabulary with you.

Number 3: Avoid the Word Very — Use the Words Native Speakers Use Instead

One common mistake I often hear is using the word ‘very’ too much.

For example: very fun, very interesting, very hard, very little, etc.

Native speakers don’t like to use the same word again and again and again. Instead, we like variety with a mix of simple and advanced vocabulary. In this lesson, I teach you how to do that.

Number 4: Sound More Fluent and Speak Faster

Many of my students feel that they speak too slowly in English.

In this lesson, I share 1 simple tip that will help you sound faster and more natural in your English. You’ll also sound more fluent and this tip will help you understand native speakers too!

Number 5: What to Say When Someone is Rude in English

Has anyone been rude to you in English and you felt totally stuck? You had no idea what to say?

In this lesson, I share how to respond to negative, rude comments with politeness. At Speak Confident English, we believe that kindness always wins.

Get 4 strategies to be assertive and clear in your response, but still be kind.

Before we end the Top 5 Confident English Lessons of 2019, I have 2 questions for you. 

  1. What was your favorite Confident English lesson this year?
  2. What is one topic you’d love for me to focus on in 2020?

I want to provide the lessons and topics that are most important to you. Share your answers with me below.

Warmest wishes,

~ Annemarie

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