AFP S4E11 – Dimitrios Polychronopoulos

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In this episode I welcome Dimitrios Polychronopoulos to share his language learning story with the rest of us.

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  • Dimitrios' language learning story
  • How travelling made him interested in languages from an early age
  • How to progress through the intermediate stages
  • How to improve your foreign language writing
  • School language learning
  • Immersion vs non-immersion
  • The silent phase

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  • dandiprat

    Glad to see you were able to get an episode out. Look forward to more!

  • Thanks Kris for having me on the Podcast. It was a pleasure to participate. There are a couple of things I’d like to add. Regarding the high school French: once I reached conversational level, there was encouragement from the teachers to keep learning on my own…but just discouragement from using it in the classroom as to not intimidate the other students. — And as an additional resource for starting a new language: I have experience with LanguagePod101, where I used the Premium Plus level for a year for Dutch and for a couple of years in Norwegian. This level offers a teacher who corrects your mistakes. Overall I’m satisfied with LanguagePod101 and would recommend it to others.

  • Stan

    One of my fav episodes! Really nice guest!