How To Make Friends With Foreigners (learn English free)

How To Make Friends With Foreigners (learn English free)

making foreign friends

The Power of Words

It’s estimated that over 1.0 Billion people on Earth are trying to learn English…

But the problem is:

Most of them are doing it wrong and it’s FRUSTRATING!

Learning English takes time, money, and it can be incredibly boring, no?

(And getting access to native English speakers to practice English is both difficult and expensive.)

Worst of all…

You never get the results you want!

What if…

You never had to STUDY English again…

What if …

You never had to PAY another dollar to a native speaker to teach you English?

Just imagine if…

You had a few very close native English speaking friends who shared the exact same careers and interests as you did?

I’m talking about REAL foreign friends, whom you could develop meaningful relationships with…

NOT Facebook friends, or Skype English tutors, whom you have to pay, or buy lunch for…  just so you could practice your English with them, either.

What if …

It were possible to become very good friends with native English speaking foreigners, who genuinely wanted to talk to you, hang out with you, or come visit you in your country?

If this were possible, imagine how fast your English and quality of your life would improve if you had some genuine, foreign friends?

You see….

Spending the rest of your life memorizing English expressions, paying for English classes, or trying to find native speakers to talk to (without a real friendship plan) is a WASTE OF TIME.

In the next few blog posts, I’ll show you proven ways to create friends with native English speaking foreigners so you can “pick up” English naturally and build relationships with foreigners for life!

But, before you stop reading…

There’s just one thing I want you to try today:

Here it is, and it’s simple (if you’re serious)…

Create a LinkedIn Account and Profile – “In English” if you don’t already have one.

Next…

Do a search for foreigners in an English speaking country such as the US or Canada, who have a similar job title as you do in your country…. with a similar number of years of work experience as you do. Jobs and experience are a good way begin a foreign friendship.

BUT DO NOT try to connect with them yet.

They don’t know you who you are… and they’ll think you’re a SPAMMER and they will BLOCK you if you try to connect without a friendship strategy.

I’ll explain precisely the APPROACH you need for your foreign friendship plan in my next post.

Stay tuned…

Paul

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