Let me tell you a little story, It’s one I hear all the time.
However, I’m going to take out the word ‘English’ and put in the word ‘guitar’.

Here it goes…

I love listening to guitar music. I listen to it all the time. I watch Netflix documentaries about guitars, and I can watch them without subtitles. I really enjoy reading about guitars, too. I listen to podcasts about guitars as often as I can.

And yeah, I have a guitar at home, but I never pick it up and play it, unless I’m giving a concert.

Wow.
How good are you going to be as a guitarist?
You’re not.

And this is exactly what I hear about English. People call me and say ‘I can’t write a good song.’ ‘I can’t give a good presentation.’ ‘I can’t write a catchy press release.’  And I ask them ‘When are you working on activating your English? Really using it?”  And they say ‘Only when I have to write a song/ give a presentation/ write a press release.’

Use it or lose it, my friends.
You will NOT get better by yourself.

If you want a fun way to learn and improve your English, check out my new book. It’s fun and I promise you’ll get some eye-openers and lots of new insights (and some dirty jokes).

Or sign up for the Word Of The Day service at Dictionary.com, Skype with a friend in English tonight, read an article and find 5 new words and put them into sentences of your own, speak English with your kids every night at dinner….the possibilities are endless!

Get out there and get in the game!

XOXOXOX buffi