AFP 118 – Mihalis Eleftheriou: Language Transfer
The creator of Language Transfer stops by for an interview to talk about the project and his own personal language learning history.
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Show Notes and Resources
Mihalis Eleftheriou is creating top notch online audio courses that you can listen to. Absolutely free. I've always to find out more what motivated the project, so in a recent reddit AMA (ask me anything) I quickly asked Mihalis if he'd be interested in coming on, and thankfully he said yes!
In this interview with Mihalis from Language Transfer:
- How Mihalis picked several languages in uni in order to try something new.
- What made Mihalis start Language Transfer
- What Mihalis considers positive activism and why Language Transfer is free
- How he makes each course
- His future plans with Language Transfer
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