Why some people have a good pronunciation in Spanish, and get to connect with natives, while others can't avoid that thick accent?

The mistake (almost) every Spanish learner is making every day they practice...
...that is screwing up their pronunciation,
and what to do instead to sound more native-like.

8 minutes 57 seconds of information that academies don’t want you to know

It isn’t about being born with “the gift”, it isn’t about the time they put into learning Spanish… It’s much more simple than that.

Something about a rare experiment that is related to your speaking skills in Spanish

In 2014, the psychologist Timothy D. Wilson summoned 15 volunteers at the University of Virginia, where he worked. The volunteers had to enter in a room; one by one.
 
Alone.
 
Each one must stay there for 3 hours. There was only a chair and a button on the wall. No phones, no newspapers, no TV, nothing to distract themselves. Just the chair, and a button on the wall.
 
They could sit, lie down, think,, jumo, meditate, get bored…

Or press the button.
 
Most of them did press it.
 
– What happened when they pressed the button?
– The button gave them a small electric shock.
 
Small but painful.
 
– You know what happened after they received that shock?
 
50% of the volunteers pressed the button again. Some of them pressed it several times, even if it hurt them.

They preferred electric shocks to boredom

Imagine, when you speak with someone in Spanish:

if the flow of the conversation is slow,
if you need to repeat yourself,
if they need to focus to decode what you are saying…
 
they would probably wish to press that electric shock button instead of having a boring conversation.
 
This isn’t my opinion, it’s what Timothy’s experiment says.

Then what do I do?

It would help if you found out why you are stuck.

There is 1 reason for that.

(And 1 solution too).

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