It’s time for the second instalment of “learner profiles”! The podcast episodes that give you insights into how other people learn languages and what made them into the learners they are today. Today I’m joined by Roberto Salazar.
In this second episode of Learner Profiles I’m very happy to welcome my good friend Roberto Salazar to the podcast. In today’s episode we talk about Roberto’s experience learning a variety of languages and discuss what methods he prefers to do it with.
We also touch on his passion for Latin and Ancient Greek and talk about a few events around the world.
In this episode you will hear about:
- How Roberto got into language learning
- How he learned in the beginning
- What sort of materials and resources he uses
- What kind of a-ha moments he’s made
- The difference from when he started to now
- And much more!
This lists the resources relevant to the episode. For other language learning resources please go to the resource page for more information.
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Special thanks to this week’s guest, Roberto Salazar. See you on the next episode!