Build Your Fluency Team with Drew and WizIQ: Guest post by Drew Badger of EnglishAnyone

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English Anyone Drew Badger

Greetings! Today we have a guest post by Drew badger, who, as I recently announced, is teaming up with me on WizIQ.

Over to Drew

In a recent post for the Vocabla blog , I covered two of the most important aspects of meeting native English speakers online to practice spoken English:

1. The psychology and mindset of successful English learners

2. The best places for students to meet native speakers online

I go into much greater detail about these two elements – and reveal one of my step-by-step techniques for meeting native speakers with my favorite online portal – in my free, complete guide to meeting native speakers online. I will also be covering these topics LIVE with Jason R. Levine (Jase, aka Fluency MC) in our upcoming, online event on November 28th.

The event is free. Please join us!

Here is a quick preview of what you can expect

Countless students never become confident, fluent speakers because they spend too much time learning the pieces of the language – like vocabulary and grammar – and not enough time actually speaking. I regularly hear students complain that (1) they can’t find native speakers to practice with (2) they might not understand native speakers – or be misunderstood in conversations – and (3) they might confuse or disappoint native speakers in conversations.

Jase and I know that if students are able to break through these barriers, they’ll be well on their way to becoming great speakers. So, in our live lesson, we’ll be going deeper into how students can overcome the mental blocks that hinder their progress. I’ll explain ways to interact with native speakers to begin building great friendships and what to say to get conversations started. In addition, I’ll share some of my best tips usually reserved for my Master English Conversation 2.0  students and answer your live questions.

I’m really looking forward to this event in WizIQ! If you or others you know need more practice speaking English in the real world with native speakers, please click here to sign up. If can’t attend live on October 28th, make sure to sign up anyway so you’ll be able view the video recording at a later time.

Keep practicing, take action and see you soon!

About Drew Badger

Drew Badger English Anyone

Drew is an English fluency and speaking confidence expert, author, entrepreneur and also the Co-founder of He lives in Nagasaki, Japan.

If you have any questions for Drew or me, feel free to comment below.


Jason R. Levine

Jason R Levine (Jase, for short) has fifteen years of experience in ELT as a teacher, teacher trainer, and materials writer. He is the creator of ColloLearn, an approach to English language learning based on the songs he writes and performs as Fluency MC. Jase is Ambassador and Knowledge Entertainer at WizIQ. He also teaches in the online MA TESOL program at the New School and writes songs and chants for several publishers, including Oxford University Press. He is chair-elect of the TESOL Interest Group Video and Digital Media and works as an English Specialist for the U.S. Department of State. Jase maintains the ColloLearn YouTube channel, where his videos receive an average of 100,000 views per month and the Fluency MC Facebook page page, which has 16,000 + members from over 50 countries. He is an active administrator of over a dozen Facebook groups for English language teachers and learners, including How to Improve Your English, All Things EFL, ESL, TESOL and Innovative Teachers of English.

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