AFP 107 – Polyglot Events 2017

In this week's episode I'm flying solo as I preview the polyglot events of 2017, while sharing my experiences and anecdotes.

In this episode I preview the 3 major events of the year, and share some anecdotes of events past.

This is what you'll hear about:

  • What are the 3 major polyglot events – where are they held?
  • Why do I go to the events?
  • What does it feel to be at an event?
  • How many languages do you have to speak to go?
  • And much more…

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  • Julia Miller says:

    Looking forward to my 1st polyglot event in Bratislava this and meeting you in person. I really enjoy your podcasts!

  • dandiprat says:

    I am from the United States and I’ve probably met one or two deaf people before.

    • Billy Riedel says:

      I have met a ton of Deaf people, but I think that is because I am so involved with American Sign Language

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