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BARNES

METHOD ENGLISH

How to Learn 5 Languages

Written by Dr Perry Barnes How to suddenly enjoy English, learn lots and find yourself speaking English perfectly

Translated into 5 Languages Italians in London Website and Newsletter Recommends Barnes Method English www.italiansinlondon.co.uk

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I remember my first time . . . being absorbed into a story about something that intrigued me enormously, even though the actual topic is irrelevant at the moment because it started quite innocently as I first read with deep curiosity and anticipation, even during the opening paragraphs of what I was reading, while I was more and more consumed into what it was I hadn't yet known, and wanted to because the story wasn't just about the story as much as it was about desire: wanting to draw me into an experience in my mind that was as real as could be inside in such a way that whatever was on the outside didn't matter as much anymore and perhaps even at all because my attention focused inside on the experience that was unfolding Owen Fitzpatrick Experiencing stories so vividly, like the ones told by great story tellers, the ones that spark every sensory receptor triggering connections in each cortex, from clean bright images to crystal clear sounds, tingling sensations from the surface of your skin to the deepest fiber of your bones, is what creates ideas so profound that they blur the differences between what is reality and what is hallucination, and since it can be very difficult to distinguish these difference means you can build realities around how well you can conversationally and naturally weave the fabric that will be present inside your mind with any subject you want and propagate that to others John La Valle Subject: MÉTODO BARNES He says: I am a professor and I am looking for a method as I am decided that I will open a good English school in the axis Goiânia-Anápolis-Brasilia (those are Brazilian cities in the middle of Brazil) I got your contact through the internet and the indication of your phone many times linked to the Method Barnes. I would like to know the methodology and resources applied as well as the possibility of applying the method to a conventional school. ----------------------I asked him at the answer to contact you. I said we did a partnership in translation that is why my name is there and that you are the creator of the method Good luck Best, Gil Subject: Re: MÉTODO BARNES Gilseane Stefani, Sou professor universitário e procuro o método porque estou decido a abrir uma boa escola de inglês no eixo Goiânia-Anápolis-Brasília. Consegui o seu contato na internet, inclusive com a indicação de um número de telefone (07951048218), várias vezes vinculado do Métdo Barnes. Gostaria de conhecer a metodologia e os recursos empregados bem como a possibilidade de aplicação do método numa escola convecional. Se puder me ajudar, fico grato. Jorge Bezerra - Goiânia / GO

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Adjustments Languages such as Italian, Spanish and Portuguese are very similar to English and to each other. Yes, yes your country is wonderful and your coffee is great, relax now. With Portuguese you can change many of your words slightly (adjust them) and they become English words. In fact you don't even have to change your pronunciation. The meaning of communication is the response you get. If people understand you then you are correct. If you want an English accent then get it later, maybe a day later if you want to. The main point of this is many Portuguese words have an extra Syllable. For example Ter-mo (Termo) in Portuguese is 2 syllables and Term in English is 1 syllable. Just by pronouncing 1 syllable less, you have the English word. No translation required. Even with an accent English people will still understand you, so learn it Pronunciation Adjustments: U is pronounced as You in English, U = You, Here's a list, feel free to add to it (use the back of the paper): Portuguese

English

Spanish

Italian

Termo

Term

Permitir

Permit

permitir

Permisso

Progresso

Progress

progreso

progresso

Estudar

Study

estudiar

studio

Publico

Public

Publico

pubblico

Parte

Part

Pieza (piece)

parte

Uso/a

Use

Uso

uso

Atividade

Activity

Actividad

attivita

Garantia

Guarantee

garantia

garanzia

Rapido

Rapid

Rapido

rapido

Acordo

Accord

concordar

accordo

Sucesso

Success

Forma

Form

formar

forma

Detalhe

Detail

detall

dettaglio

Experiência

Experience

experiencia

esperienza

Básico

Basic

basico

basico

Dia

Day

dia

giorno

Fotografia

Photograph

foto

fotographia

Estudante

Student

estudiante

studente

Minuto

Minute

minuto

minuto

Perfeito

Perfect

perfetto

Reflexo

Reflex

riflesso

Termine

successo

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French


Here are some more words with an extra syllable. Imediata/Immediate/Imediato, Falso/False/Fasullo, Informe/Inform/Informare, Edita/Edit, Contate/Contact/Contatto , Produtos/Products/Prodotto, Similar Words There are many similar words in Portuguese and English. These words may have the same amount of Syllables. For example Imagens in English is Images, both words contain 3 syllables and so a slight adjustment is needed. Imagens/Images/Immagine, Máximo/Maximum/Massimo, Erro/Error/Errore, Entre/Enter, Ou/Or, Serviços/Services/Servizio, Uniformes/Uniform/Uniforme, Rolo/Roll, Par/Pair/Paio all verbs in english which complete with ...ize are also in spanish, french, italian, and portuguese and complete with izar : iser : izare : izar English

Spanish

French

legalize

legalizar

legaliser

Italian

Portuguese

legalizzare

legalizar

all verbs in english which complete with “ory” are also in spanish, french, italian, and portuguese and complete with orio : oire : orio : orio English

Spanish

French

Italian

Portuguese

territory

territorio

territoire

territorio

territorio

write examples now! English/Italian Similar Words

absorbent = assorbente obsequious = ossequioso absent = assente absurd = assurdo observatory = osservatorio subsidy = sussidio absolute = assoluto absorb = assorbire absolve = assolvere observe = osservare

obsess = ossessionare obscure = oscuro obscene = osceno abstain = astenersi obstruct = ostacolare Copyright © Perry Barnes 08/30/07 All Rights Reserved in All Media


abstract = astratto substitute = sostituto obstacle = ostacolo

Learn These and then you can read a book and guess the meanings of many words now, you may recommend barnes method to only 1 friend people are starting barnes method english groups with skype and msn in all countries tà qualità quantità città università abilità autorità

ty quality quantity city university ability authority

zione condizione attenzione nazione inflazione abbreviazione promozione

tion condition attention nation inflation abbreviation promotion

za pazienza apparenza esistenza indifferenza conferenza

ce patience appearance existence indifference conference

oso

ous

famoso generoso

famous generous

delizioso

delicious

Adjectives: in barnes method english you can always learn adjectives as opposites example: learn delicious and disgusting at the same time, famous and unknown, natural and unnatural, popular and unpopular intelligente ottimista indifferente elegante interessante naturale responsabile

sensibile egoista realista entusiasta idealista

eccellente popolare materialista

intellettuale sentimentale progressista

when the verbs are used in this table they are usually the verb to be examples: dancar = to dance, criar = to create Cognate Patterns English

Portuguese

Spanish

French

Italian

Nouns : Substantivos 1.al

1.al

hospital

hospital

hospital

hôpital

ospedale

animal

animal

animal

animal

animale

moral

moral

moral

moral

morale

2.ty

2.dade

capacity (potential)

capacidade

potenticial

capacité

capacità

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flexibility

flexibilidade

flexibilidad

flexibilité

flessibilita

eternity

eternidade

eternidad

l'éternité

eternita

3.ism

3.isma, ismo

feminism

feminismo

feminismo

féminisme

femminismo

atheism

ateismo

ateísmo

athéïste

ateism

criticism

criticismo

criticismo

criticisme

critica

4.ist

4.ist, ista

dentist

dentista

dentista

tourist

turista

turista

humorist

humorista

humorista

English

Portuguese

Spanish

French

Italian

5.nce, ance

5.ência, ança

patience

paciência

paciência

pazienza

existence

existencia

existencia

esistenza

perseverance

perseverança

perseverança

perseveranza

6.or

6.or

actor

ator

ator

favor

favor

favor

color

cor

cor Adjectives : Adjetivos

7.al

7.al

real

real

real

virtual

virtual

virtual

sensual

sensual

sensual

8.ant, ent

8.ante, ente

excellent

excelente

excelente

patient

paciente

paciente

important

importante

importante

9.ary

9.ário, ária

adversary

adversário

adversario

contrary

contrário

contrario

arbitrary

arbitrário

arbitrario

10.ic

10.ico, ica

economic

economico

economico

pacific

pacifico

pacifico

metallic

metalico

metalico

11.id

11.ido, ida

lucid

lucido

lúcido

vivid

vivido

vívido

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splendid (magnificent)

esplendido

¡magnífico!

12.ile

12.il, óvel

automobile

automóvel

automóvil

projectile

projétil

proyectil

mobile

móvel

móvil

English

Portuguese

13.ive

13.ivo, iva

adoptive

adotivo

adotivo

imaginative

imaginativo

imaginativo

descriptive

descritivo

descritivo

14.ible, able

14.ível, ável

accessible

acessível

accesible

convertible

conversível

convertible

admirable

admirável

admirable

15.ous

15.oso, osa

delicious

delicioso

generous

generoso

famous

famoso

delicioso

delizioso generoso

famoso Verbs : Verbos

16.ate

16.ar

celebrate

celebrar

festejar

donate

doar

donar

create

criar

crear

17.e

17.ar

dance

dancar

danzar

imagine

imaginar

imaginar

complete

completar

18.ult, ent, ort

18.ultar, entar, ortar

comment

comentar

comentar

export

exportar

exportar

consult

consultar

consultar

19.fy

19.ficar

amplify

amplificar

amplificar

simplify

simplificar

simplificar

qualify

qualificar

qualificar Adverbs : Adverbios

20.ly

20.mente

creatively

criativamente

usually

usualmente

usualmente

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famoso


separately

separadamente

21.tion

21.cao

action

ação

actuación

azione

promotion

promoção

promoción

promozione

attention

atenção

atención

attenzione

22.ize

Izar

advise

separadamente

avisar

23. ory

orio

oire

orio

Territory

Territorio

Territoire

Territorio

note: 22 and 23 are listed before in the book

This table is from a Charles Nunes publication^ buy his books because he has a family to feed and he contributes alot to people learning languages, he has a real love for teaching

Some content adapted from Charles Nunes website Learn Portuguese Now www.Learn-Portuguese-Now.com

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Mais More http://www.sk.com.br/sk-fals.html falsos cognatos : false cognates http://www.sk.com.br/sk-mmw.html PALAVRAS DE MÚLTIPLO SENTIDO MULTIPLE-MEANING WORDS http://www.sk.com.br/sk-emmw.html 2 PALAVRAS DE MÚLTIPLO SENTIDO 2 MULTIPLE-MEANING WORDS Methods to Help You Learn the Similar Words a good teacher once said to me how she learned computer programming @always write the code manually instead of copying and pasting because then you remember it better later@ i use this advice when i learned html for websites and it serves true for learning a language too i recommend to write 3 examples of each similar word pattern (cognate) you learn, the diagram later is this book shows that you learn 70% or more when you do things for real rather than thinking about the knowledge occasionally you may find you need a reason + the practise in this situation you can invent a reason from studying the patterns (you find a similarity) or find a grammar explanation or ask an english teacher barnes method english @ examples method can help more with this

speak english for 1 aditional hour a day and speak your 1st language for 1 hour less decide to speak english with people from your country make friends with more native english people go to places and events where there are only english people

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1. find english artist you like http://www.garagemmp3.com.br/perry-barnes 2. find the lyrics for an album http://www.scribd.com/doc/21236703/Barnes-Method-Englishwith-Music-Perry-Barnes-Musico-Lyrics-Letras-Reverse-theDrums-Chocolate-Medal-Listen-Here-Albums 3. sing to the songs 4. use dictionary for words you don't know Bel says: estou ouvindo barnes says: 5. sing again when you know the words 6. listen the music the next day or later eu entendi 90% de marisa monte musicas agora usando esta metodo de barnes

“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” - Howard Thurman Barnes says: portuguese and ingles are so similar i'm reading an english book from 1909 Debora says: do you think? Barnes says: strategy is called stratagem in 1909 ground is called TERRAin meu deus there is a list of similar words ja and also many others aquire = adquirer obtain = obter procure = procura could teach english to a portuguese in 7 days with a good systema

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the students i see do well with english... a guy reading 3 native books at the same time a girl who did ielts tests until she had 90% for all if they work in a job speaking english usually have better if they have 3 classes a semana if they sing in english it helps alot

barnes joia says: how would u explain "though" to a brasilian Gustavo says: oh it's Beautiful Barnes! I guess "though" means: embora, ainda que or contudo

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bringing you the best english whilst

drinking the smoothest coffee in the street

MAGIC MAGIC MAGIC MAGIC MAGIC MAGIC MAGIC MAGIC MAGIC MAGIC MAGIC i'm reading a book in portuguese i list the words i don't know (in the day) research them (at night) then read more of the book the next day I have learned about 50 words this way in 2 days the things you don't know in the language are the things you need to learn

Hello guys! My name's Gustavo, aka "Guto", I'm 22 going on 23 and Brazilian. To begin with, I think English is the most important language to learn at this moment, especially in the context of globalization. I wonder, what's the most important English skill? What skill must you have to communicate well? I'd say it's fluency! What's fluency? Fluency is the ability to speak and understand a language quickly and easily, without translation. Fluency means you can talk easily with native speakers and that is our main goal here. I'm beginner like most of you and I'm here to exchange some experiences. Luis is an excellent teacher, he's brilliant! I really like his method and his books. So, to have a good teacher like him is a good start. I'm so proud to be one of his students! I think to be a fantastic English speaker, you must learn English with your ears, not just with your eyes, it's an ideology of a North American teacher. In other words, your ears are the key. The best listening must be understandable and repetitive, both of those words are important. You must hear a new word and new grammar many times before you'll understand them instantly. Increase your learning time and also your listening time. Use iPod or MP3 player. Listen to movies. Guys, that way you'll learn English faster! Another great idea is to read a good English dictionary that brings some slangs and most used expressions by natives and then your speech will sound like theirs. I do that and it really works! Copyright Š Perry Barnes 08/30/07 All Rights Reserved in All Media


Read them, make phrases, practise more and more. Your English will come along like mine. You have tried the old ways, now it's time to try something new! Good luck! I wish you success with your English learning! 'Til next time! Gustavo

language is music

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