Future Perfect vs Past Perfect -> Week 2

Did you ever wonder how the F.A.S.T method is different from the traditional method of learning a foreign language?

We have already spotlighted the differences for DAY 1 (WEEK 1) and now we continue with WEEK 2.

An adult is motivated to learn a language. Why, you ask? Because usually, certain needs have arose in their life, making language learning wanted and even required. 🛣

Therefore, adjusting into a language world, the student comes prepared and willing. 👩‍💻

That creates a wonderful opportunity to “push” the student out of their comfort zone and challenge them into creative and stimulating techniques. 🎨

Adopting pronunciation through tongue-twisters is a process that will assist you to improve in that field, much more quickly.

Furthermore, practicing with tongue-twisters:

  • Is a funny process.
  • Will give you the ability to read any word, even if you don’t understand the meaning just yet. Mastering difficult sounds is the way to do that.

By WEEK 2 the student has worked with authentic articles, tongue-twisters, and several activities from past papers on various subjects.


I guess you are wondering how WEEK 2 feels in the traditional method.
The students learns pronunciation with rules and repetition, reads very short dialogues, focuses on spelling and does completion exercises.

What’s more interesting and fast?

By choosing the F.A.S.T. method, we invite you to make your future, perfect!

Sani DeliFuture Perfect vs Past Perfect -> Week 2