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This week Conor and I get into discussing practical usages of the language, that is to say how do we become capable of turning our theory into practice in the real world.
Since Conor and I had so much fun talking about learning languages, we had to split the episode in two. This means that if you have yet to listen to last week's episode, please go back to AFP 34 and listen to that before coming here. In that episode we talk a lot about Conor's story as well as his specific methods and practices that made him into a hyperpolyglot.
I also share an embarrassing story that happened to me with Russian lately. Conor gives his top tips for learning Russian and much more.
This is a great followup with lots of practical tips and anecdotes to help you use your language better in the field.
I'd like to one again thank Mr. Clyne for coming on to the show and also for you guys to listen to it.
If you liked the episode, don't hesitate to comment below.
In this episode you will hear about:
- How to start using a language in practice
- How language shifting can be hard
- Conor's top tips for learning Russian
- How to get people to speak their native language with you
- 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.
- LanguageTsar.com – Conor's excellent blog (multilingual)
- LanguageTsar on YouTube – Highly recommended!
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Kris is the founder of Actual Fluency, and has spent the last 8 years becoming an expert in language learning software, methods, and techniques.
Originally from Denmark, he now lives in Portugal and speaks 5+ languages at varying levels. His other interests are Wine, Online Marketing, and Travelling.