AFP S4E03 – Eleanor Wroblewski: Learner Profiles 8

On today’s program I’m joined by Eleanor Wroblewski, a passionate language learner, student and aspiring comedian to talk about all things language learning, and the state of language learning in the US.

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  • Eleanor’s language learning experiences
  • State of language learning in the US
  • School-learning vs independent learning
  • And much more!

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  • Another Upper Midwestern polyglot! Very exciting! I would love to organize some kind of meeting for polyglots in the region. I used to live in Madison, if that’s where you are. I live in the Twin Cities. Would you be interested in organizing something together?

    • Seems like you definitely should get something going over there, Richard! It’s also a place I’d love to come visit soon 🙂

      • Come any time! Though I recommend May through October unless you’re just coming to test yourself…