It is only natural that when someone studies a language, they want to see improvement. Yet, these same people often get frustrated because they have been taking lessons for months – even years – but aren’t making progress. When I ask what they are doing between classes to engage with English, my question is often met with silence and a blank stare. 
Part of the problem is that language learners often have unrealistic expectations. To see what these expectations were, I did an internet search “become fluent in English.” I was shocked by the results.
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