CEO of Memrise Ed Cooke comes on the show to talk about Memrise and their latest Membus project. Ed also shares tips and tricks for how to optimise your learning with Memrise.
The most epic multilingual road trip ever attempted is the tagline behind the new project from the Memrise team. Their aim is to drive a London-style double-decker bus through Europe and record the world's first video dictionary for a variety of languages. Right now they need our help to finance the project.
Read more in this post on how you can get involved in this crazy multilingual road trip.
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. If you have listened to the podcast or even read my blog before, you will have noticed that I recommend Memrise A LOT. To me it's just the perfect learning environment for foreign language vocabulary (and more!). Today I'm very fortunate to be joined by the Chief Operating Officer of Memrise himself, Ben Whately, in order to provide some greater insights into just how Memrise works, the science behind it and what the future holds for the development.