In this episode, I want to help you with improving the listening skill in English. So, I read you a story about the famous film ‘the Lion King’ and tell you the lessons you can take to improve your English language learning. Listen to the episode now and enjoy!
Do you remember the film ‘the Lion King’? A young lion called samba was sent far away from his tribe and family. This is because he was accused of a crime he didn’t commit by his cruel Uncle. He blamed him for what happened to his father. For many years after his Uncle took over as king, he ruled the land with an Iron fist. Meanwhile Simba is banished to the savannah with a friend where he grows up with the philosophy: ‘No worries for the rest of your days.’ He is content to not worry anymore about the injustice that happened to him back home in the village.
But then eventually his past comes to haunt him, and the young prince must decide his fate: Will he remain an outcast or face his demons and become what he needs to be?
You, the reader, are the young Lion Simba. The cruel uncle is every bad teacher or anyone else who have discouraged you from improving English when you were younger till now.
English is the most important language to learn to engage internationally with almost everyone else in the world.
Becoming very good at English was your right from the beginning before they stole it from you. Then you were ‘sent away’, and told your crime was your bad English. They never expected you to ever use it again or to have any ambition to want to improve it. However like Simba, your past has returned to haunt you. You need English now and you must go back to the ‘Village’ and reclaim your birthright.Like Simba did, you must return back to the family, and reclaim your place in the society.
If you are ready to ‘return’ to reclaim your right to be a high level speaker in English then sign up for my free ‘5 days to start improving your English’ email series. It’s free and it could take you on the step to go after your dreams in English again!