Spoken English Learned Quickly is a new and unique approach to teaching English as a foreign language. In hour-for-hour of study, our students can gain commensurate spoken English fluency in half the time required in college-based ESL courses in the United States. In countries where English is not regularly spoken, our students will learn to speak English in even less time compared with their peers in those countries’ ESL or EFL courses. This marked improvement in learning speed is not merely a result of applying new methodology to traditional ESL instruction. Rather, it is the result of a new language learning method developed after careful appraisal of how the human mind, hearing, and mouth produce speech. It is called the Proprioceptive Method, or more commonly, the Feedback Training Method. Our conclusion is that traditional ESL instruction emphasizes only one of the three necessary components in human speech. It is not surprising, therefore, that ESL instruction is limited in its ability to teach students to speak fluent English.