Original YT playout date: 2 November 2008
My subscriber blueclue57 kindly invited me to come along and visit him while in Moscow – he said he had a class on Business English. I was taken by surprise that he wanted me to be guest lecturer, but I managed to cobble a couple of notes together during an earlier part of his lesson while he was doing an exercise – actually I don’t use the notes till the second half as I can’t really abide speaking from notes, I always prefer to adlib – and what came out is probably the best lecture yet done by me on the Gold List System. Thankfully blueclue57 was kind enough to film it on my cam, and the Vado held out somehow. No idea how, but it did.
The message here will help enlarge on what I already stated in the two earlier discussions of the Gold List system. Clearly I couldn’t stay in character as Huliganov while addressing a roomful of Russians learning English, so I’ve taken this out of the Second Huliganov’s Russia series, which is coming up soon.
The goldlist system is free but should be attributed to me. I have started writing a book on this subject, although all that is really needed to know is freely available in these videos and on http://www.goldlist.eu
The system has been seen now by thousands of people and put to the test by many of them. I have received literally hundreds of mails stating that the system works for people and has saved them from wasting time and failing, or else improved their result in learning languages.
As a result we have one of the most watched explanations of the GoldList Method on the net. Many thanks again, Kevin, and we will see Kevin again later on in this Channel.
Quote of the clip: “I don’t feel sorry for those who don’t work and don’t succeed…”
***Statistics and Credits***
Views at the time added to HTV: 22,611
Likes at the time added to HTV: 208
Dislikes at time added to HTV: 9
Popularity % ” ” ” =L/(L+D): 95.9%
Comments at time added: 48
Total interactions at time added: 265
Total interactions to views 1.2%
Location: Moscow, at an English teaching college
Other people featured: Kevin Query, Russian learners of English
Music used: None
Languages used: English, Russian
Animals/plants featured: None