I need your sincere opinion :)
i want travel for study english. in your opinion is possible to be fluent in 6 months, if the person be very dedicate and study in a good school???.
What is the secret for learn and understand english very easy and very quickly?
Is possible to be fluent in 6 months? and how to be fluent?
Thanks for your attention and your help
There are no secrets. Just like learning any skill in life (a sport, a dance, a musical instrument, etc), it takes hard work and lots of practice. But there are some ways to make your practice more productive -
1) Find a reason to motivate yourself to learn that language. Even if you put in the hours, if your heart is not dedicated towards that language, you will not be able to absorb it. So you need to find a reason. That reason could be - you want to learn to understand the lyrics of your favorite American artist, you want to travel to Australia, you love the culture of the UK, etc. Find your reason to get really obsessed with English, so that you will think about English all the time.
2) Practice all 4 skills - reading, writing, listening, and most importantly, speaking. Use a combination of resources - videos, news, music, talk to native speakers about a variety of topics (food, travel, technology, fashion, etc)
3) Be consistent. Spend 1-2 hours every single day working on English. 1-2 hours every day for 1 week is much better than 10 hours in a single day.
4) Make mistakes. Make lots of mistakes. Conjugate verbs wrong. Look stupid. Freeze during the middle of a conversation. You have to just keep failing over and over again. To speak a language fluently, you need to first speak it poorly. Speak it poorly, speak it less poorly, speak it better, and finally, you will speak it fluently
"Fluent" is a really bad way to describe someone's level in a language. What does fluent really mean? Does it mean that you can order food at a restaurant, ask for directions on the street, or book a hotel for the night? Or does it mean that you can talk about the pros / cons of controversial political and social topics, and maybe you can write news articles in English as a journalist?
I cannot really answer your question, unless you tell me what you want to do with English. Requiring English for a job is quite different from requiring English for holding a conversation with a British boyfriend.