Yet another Polyglot Gathering has passed and true to tradition I'm summarising my experience and thoughts on the whole event.
AFP 46 – Gabriel Wyner: Perfect pronunciation and flashcards
Gabriel Wyner, the author of bestselling book Fluent Forever, comes on the show to talk about how you can perfect your pronunciation in foreign languages, as well as how make awesome flashcards. He also teaches me how to do the rolled R in Russian.
AFP 45 – Robin MacPherson: Developing the method
Today I'm joined by my good friend Robin MacPherson. Robin was guest on the podcast back in episodes 9 and 10 and today he's back to talk about what lessons he's learned in the meatime. This is a great episode that talks about language learning methods and finding out what works best for you.
AFP 44 – Vladimir Georgiev: Denmark and Learning Danish
Today I'm talking to Vladimir Georgiev, a Bulgarian national who ventured on to Learn Danish and moreover even live in Denmark for an extended period of time. I ask him about his experiences and we get into specifics about learning the Danish language and coming to Denmark as a foreigner.
AFP 26 – Andrew Williams: A language a year for life
When Andrew Williams was younger, his father advised him to learn a new language every year. Something that Andrew has been doing ever since. He now speaks an unheard number of languages and is probably the most talented hyperpolyglot you have never heard about!
AFP 25 – Robert Bigler: Translation and Interpretation
Hello guys! It's Friday, which means another Actual Fluency Podcast. We're up to episode 25! Which is a happy quarter century.
Today on the show we have a very talented polyglot, Mr. Robert Bigler. Robert is an Austrian professional interpreter and translator and I caught up with him in Berlin to discuss what it's like to work professionally with languages. Lots of tips and tricks if you aspire to get into translation or interpretation.