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This book contains Lessons 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 of English: Speak Like a Native in 5 Lessons for Busy People.

You want to learn to speak English, but you think it seems too big of a job to do, you think it seems too much to learn, and you think it takes too long to learn. In addition, you already know some English, yet you don't speak English well. You've tried many methods and you still make grammar mistakes, you still can't speak English fluently, and you still can't pronounce English words correctly. You can read English, but you feel too nervous or too shy to speak English.

In addition to that, if you already know how to speak English and you think you're speaking it right, trust me, you are speaking it wrong. I have been in your shoes before, and I know you are speaking it wrong.

The good news is, this is all normal. You haven't used an effective method to learn to speak English yet.

My name is Ken Xiao. I didn't speak English when I came to the United States as a young man, but now I can speak English like a native, and I did that in six months. In this course, I will teach you how to speak English like a native speaker.

If you have been learning English in classrooms, ask yourself this, “Why don't I speak English like a native?” That's because classrooms are designed for you to learn to read and write, not to speak. In this course, I'll show you, step-by-step, instructions on how to completely get rid of your accent and speak English like a native speaker in six months. Get this course now.

©2018 Ken Xiao (P)2018 Ken Xiao

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He has accent!!!

It’ll be speaking English with a weird mixed Hispanic/Chinese accent! I purchased this to speak the closest to a native person and this is what I got? What a waste of my credit

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Reader has an accent!!

I had to return this book after giving it a few chances (chapter after chapter) and as soon as I finished chapter 9 I thought I had had it with his accent. He may be fluent but I don’t think he should be narrating such book given precisely its title, not to mention the purpose of it all. So if you are trying to learn English and sound like a native of an English speaking country please don’t buy this one. It’s such a shame because of all the effort I’m sure the author has put into his book. Sorry for him though.

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I like the author's first book, talking English,

But this one has an accent, not good for people to follow...
The idea may be good, but I believe it's better to have a native speaker to read it.

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Very good for practicing and also inspiring

The author will repeat some of the sentences couple times after a while, in the meanwhile, I would repeat his sentence after his. This is kind of helping me to practice speaking out the pronunciation and intonation. He prepared many of useful sentense or phrases in multiple groups. This method actually works for me. Deeply appreciated Ken Xiao.