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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How to Learn a new Language in 1 month without Studying

Guest Post by Jan van der Aa As you read this title you might be thinking, is it really possible to learn a language in one month for a normal person? “Without studying?” What does that mean? My interpretation of “studying” is learning from grammar books, learning wordlists and taking classes. Those are often things …

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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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Belgicismes_ Comment les Belges parlent le Français!

Belgicismes: Comment les Belges parlent le français !

Dans la vidéo en dessous, je parle des Belgicismes avec Félix Wang, qui est un polyglotte belge très connu en ligne pour sa chaîne de YouTube, Loki2504. Le français de la Belgique est différent du français parlé en France dans les cas suivants : les chiffres 70-79 et 90-99, l’emploi de « savoir » au …

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Belgicisms_ How Belgians speak French!

Belgicisms: How Belgians speak French!

In the video below, I discuss Belgicisms with Félix Wang, who is a Belgian polyglot and has a popular YouTube channel called Loki2504. French in Belgium differs from the French spoken in France in several noticeable ways, primarily, the numbers 70-79 and 90-99, the use of ‘savoir’ (‘to know’) in place of ‘pouvoir’ (‘to be …

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