Language Learning Techniques

What kind of Polyglot are you?

The word ‘polyglot’ has its origins in Greek meaning the ‘ability to speak many languages’. Having reviewed the literature and theories on polyglottism, it seems to me that an intersubjective examination is needed on where the thresholds should be with the polyglot community. So to what level should I speak a language in order for …

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Puoi migliorare la tua “pronuncia” magicamente? di Antonio Libertino

GUEST POST FOR LANGUAGE TSAR Guest Post di Antonio Libertino Ti è mai capitato di leggere qualcosa e mentre lo leggi facendoci scorrere i tuoi occhi, ti trovi perso nella lettura e più continui a leggere e più ti senti bene e meno ti sforzi e più ti perdi nella lettura… perché mentre da una …

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‘Level up’ your Languages!

In the video below you can see my interview with YouTube polyglot, Félix Wang, where we discuss the concept of ‘leveling up’ as it is applied to language learning. I had the pleasure of watching Félix in action several times in predominantly French-speaking Brussels, both before and after our video, where he ‘leveled up’ with …

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