In this unique episode Canadian hyperpolyglot André Liss takes us on a musical journey through his multilingual life so far.
In this unique learner profile episode we hear the story of how music has shaped the life of Canadian hyperpolyglot André Liss. As he mentions specific songs, these are also played in the podcast.
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- How André got interested in learning foreign languages
- How he learnt foreign languages as a young man
- How he discovered foreign language music
- Examples of his world travels, complete with fitting music
- How to use music to learn languages with
- And much more!
- Super Trouper (German)
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