AFP 100 – Tim Keeley: Around the World in 40 Languages

In this episode i chat to Tim Keeley to learn more about his extraordinary life of travelling and language learning.

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  • Tim's language learning story
  • His first foreign language experience
  • How he travelled the world and picked up languages as he went along
  • His experiences in Asia, where he now lives
  • His academic research
  • Learning methods
  • And much more….

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  • dandiprat

    What a fascinating subject for an interview! Thanks! Much to be admired from him. I get somewhat tired of hearing the interviews with people who have already been interviewed a zillion times before by other people so I really like this new season will all the brand-new faces.

    • Glad to hear you like the lineup this season, I hope to bring you more great people 🙂

  • Tadeusz Mollin

    You are the man, Tim! What a great episode. I espessially relate to the notion of right side brain feeling when speaking a language. 谢谢你!See you in Thessaloniki.

  • Dimitrios Polychronopoulos

    It’s a pleasure to listen to this podcast, Kris and Tim. Looking forward to the Polyglot Conference in Thessaloniki.

  • Thales de Melo

    Great talk, this guy Tim is a very smart one he goes straight to the point cutting through the feel-good talk. Congrats Broholm, you did a terrific job.