Fact-Check & Editorial Responsibility: Kris Broholm
On this Learner Profiles episode I'm joined by Noah Oskow, who works as an English teacher in rural Japan. During the episode we talk about his experience learning Hebrew and Japanese and how that experience shaped him as a language learner.
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- How Hebrew got Noah interested in language learning
- How he became obsessed with Japanese and the culture behind it
- How he learned Japanes and what he'd do differently if he was learning today.
- His future plans
- The opportunity of teaching English in Asia
- and much more!
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Thanks to this week's guest, Noah Oskow!
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.