A language teaching method whose goal is for a student to master four basic language competences, from listening and speaking to reading and writing. Following the ideas of behaviourism, the whole learning process is focused on developing proper habits, which means that certain stimuli should evoke certain reactions. The aim is to develop an automatic, non-reflective language habits through numerous repetitions, retention and constant revision of the covered material. The new information is introduced in a form of a dialogue. The student imitates the teacher and tries to memorise whole sentences. No grammatical explanations are provided and language is not analysed formally.