During the 2016 edition of the annual Polyglot Gathering I decided to finally take the leap and become a public speaker. I spoke about the polyglot journey, and shared principles and a-ha moments from interviewing so many learners.
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.
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!
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.
This week I'm extremely delighted to welcome onto the show Mr. Simon Ager, founder of Omniglot.
Today I'm very excited to welcome onto the show Mr. Jan van der Aa.