Today I'm happy to welcome on the show my good friend Chris Huff. Chris was responsible for the Toki Pona presentation at Polyglot Gathering Berlin and he currently lives in Beijing, China as an English language teacher.
I just spent a lovely week in England visiting people, hosting the first-ever Actual Fluency meetup and learning the minimalist constructed language: Toki Pona. In today's post I'll share a few more details of how that went.
In today's episode I'm back doing another solo episode, and this time I'm talking about 10 lessons I've learnt about language learning by interviewing over 30 language learners.
There are few people out there today, who don’t see the value of spaced repetition for learning vocabulary in languages. In fact, it can actually be used to learn anything. However, lately I’ve discovered a few traps with spaced repetition that I thought would be of use to other language learners.
Today is a very exciting episode of The Actual Fluency Podcast. This week I'm happy to present my talk with André Müller, a Ph.D student from Germany who's (slightly) obsessed with foreign scripts!