My polyglot will take the interview to the next level, polyglots will be invited to use their target languages. Why should all the polyglots be interviewed in English? Is English the official polyglot language?
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(Romanian) I.C -Immediate Conversation Method
Learn a language with the best resources and the best procedure, you can learn any language almost effortlessly using the same approach. You will only need a good textbook with words, sentences and translations. We are going to break the language in pieces and then rebuild it, so that you will be able to reconstruct it in a matter of minutes and recall the sentences almost automatically.
This system was originally developed by Margarita Madrigal, but reached its golden era with Michel Thomas and his Celebrity students. At that time they didn’t really understand what they were doing, only that it worked. After on, Paul Pimsleur a linguist and scientist, started to create another similar way/method with the correct interval (more organic), and the correct moment to feed the brain again.
On this episode we are going to introduce the issue, and follow after on. Those familiar with Michel Thomas will easily recognize his “structures and methodology” in a book of Margarita Madrigal.
(Portuguese) Cardinal Mezzofanti – News in Slow Languages and My Polyglot
É livro para ler ajoelhado. Livro que não se faz mais, autor que não existe mais. São 30 textos do húngaro Paulo Rónai, editados pela primeira vez há exatos 60 anos. A sensibilidade, a erudição, a inteligência…
(English) Book Review: Babel no More
(English) how can I learn a language like a baby or a child? Can I?
(English)How should I choose a language to learn?
(Spanish) El retorno del Políglota
Hello there, we are back … now with lots of new and interesting things. This episode is in Spanish next one not sure, but the polyglot community will never be the same.
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Kind of French.
I give a thumbs up to this podcaster as this is really great practice for him.
I've only had a year of French but it was taught by a native speaker. I also have heard many French accents including Québécoise.
But I have never heard an accent like this.
I found this pretty difficult to listen to, especially due to the belabored , halting accent and mispronunciations.
And my conversational comprehension is pretty good when I listen to people speak with minimal or no accent.
I'm not sure what the point of learning French with strange and incorrect pronunciation. Keep up the practice, but I'm on to the next podcast