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We’ve all heard it — in different words, accents and languages — the milestones in the path of success and happiness are going to school, a good college, scoring well, finding a good job, finding your partner, getting promoted at your job, buying a car, and a house. All millennials heard it from their parents, their relatives, and most of them followed that path. And take it from them, if not us, that that discussion about those life-milestones, was actually a discussion about money. Many be ...
 
I speak 20 languages. I've been learning languages for over 50 years and I've tried all kinds of approaches. I talk about my experiences, my approach to language learning, what I enjoy about learning languages and all manner of other topics related to language. If you love languages, or think you would if you hadn't been discouraged by past experiences, this is the podcast for you. Anyone can learn a language. You just need the right attitude and the right approach!
 
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I'm in the "Streak with Steve" challenge for both Arabic and Persian. I chose a minimal number of "LingQs created" in each language to make it easier to maintain my streak. In fact, I create many more LingQs every day in my major language of the week, and just try to keep the minor language streak alive.Learn languages like I do on LingQ: https://b…
 
Cryptocurrencies have taken the world by storm. Millions of Indians have gone about "investing" in them, pumping crores of Rupees into this emerging asset. Despite this phenomenon, many are left wondering about what exactly is cryptocurrency or bitcoin? How do they work? What's the value behind them? Today we sit down to have a chat and attempt to …
 
Talking, having meaningful conversations in the language we are learning, is not only a major goal for most language learners, it is a necessary part of getting to fluency. But our attitude is important. It's best to focus more on communicating meaning, and how the language is used by others, and less on how we think we sound.…
 
We are often attracted by the appeal of 10 secrets to losing weight, seven tips for keeping your house clean, so why not 10 secrets to language learning? These secrets or tips usually get us thinking about ways to do things better.Study a language on LingQ: https://bit.ly/3uqk1CQ​Bởi Steve Kaufmann
 
The key to success in language learning is to engage with the language often and in ways that you find enjoyable. If you like doing flash cards, using spaced repetition systems, then it's worth doing. If not, this kind of learning activity won't help much.Study a language on LingQ: https://bit.ly/33fnKXO…
 
We acquire languages gradually through input. Some people think we need to master certain basic concepts or vocabulary first as soon as possible. In fact, we acquire the most common words and structures of the language slowly and mostly if we are exposed to them often enough in natural contexts.Bởi Steve Kaufmann
 
Neither "speaking from day one" nor "getting a good grammar book and dictionary" will enable a person to learn a language more quickly. These things can be part of a learning strategy. Mostly, however, we need to acquire the language through lots of exposure, lots of reading and listening.Bởi Steve Kaufmann
 
A lot of language study takes place in schools. In the English language school system in Canada, very few school children outside of French immersion learn to speak French despite years of classroom instruction and testing. Why is this?___Study a language on LingQ: https://bit.ly/3euQz8fBởi Steve Kaufmann
 
Reading is the killer app for learning languages, but also for learning other things. In order to study effectively we need to work on our reading skills, and that means reading a lot. We should also take advantage of audio in order to ramp up our ability to absorb information from reading. This applies to language learning and learning other subje…
 
People ask me how long it takes to learn a language, sometimes with reference to a specific language. I feel like asking them "what's the hurry?". Just enjoy the language and enjoy whatever you are able to achieve in the language. ___Study a language on LingQ: https://bit.ly/2OxOzTDBởi Steve Kaufmann
 
Are some languages harder to learn than others? Yes, think so. Some have less or more forgiving grammar. Some have unfamiliar or hard to learn writing systems. Some are harder to pronounce or have little common vocabulary with languages we know. But if we are truly motivated, it doesn't matter.___Study a language on LingQ: https://bit.ly/3cmp2FV…
 
In ep 146, Stacey sits down with Maris Hawkins and Florencia Henshaw to dig into the role of the teacher in the language classroom and the facilitator in professional development. What is the teacher or leader supposed to do? How does the facilitator ensure learning happens? What is our job? Dig into these topics with Maris, Florencia, and Stacey, …
 
In ep 147, Greta Lundgaard moderates a panel discussion with experienced language teachers Henny Chen, Catherine Ousselin, Carmen Scoggins, and Thomas Soth as part of the monthly virtual teacher panel from the NFLC (National Foreign Language Center). Each month, this series gathers a different group of experienced teachers via video conference to d…
 
Here I interview Yuzzy, a Japanese exchange student at a high school in England. I ask him what he finds most difficult in English, and he doesn't know. He doesn't worry about the details. He has just absorbs the language.Study a language on LingQ: https://bit.ly/3t0OLctBởi Steve Kaufmann
 
I don't worry about how well I speak Spanish, nor about the mistakes I make. I can't control how others react to my Spanish. I can only control how I feel about using the language, and these are feelings of pleasure and satisfaction, regardless of my level. I have always enjoyed my 60 year association with the Spanish language and culture.Study a l…
 
We can improve our English speaking skills by speaking more. But if not surrounded by English speakers, the next best thing is to step up our listening and reading while waiting for more opportunities to speak.___Study this video as a lesson on LingQ: ​https://bit.ly/3jeJ3A7​LingQ course of my videos as lessons: https://bit.ly/3r79JW4…
 
BTS, the popular Korean pop group, has an appeal that represents a desire in the world for everyone to just get along and accept each other. Here I talk about how they have fun speaking different languages, especially Chinese and English.___Learn Korean with BTS on LingQ: https://bit.ly/2MimLRDBởi Steve Kaufmann
 
In ep 146, Thomas Sauer leads a panel discussion with four language educators, Marta Silva, Georges Chahwan, Natalie Stamper, and Elizabeth Matchett, as part of the monthly virtual teacher panel from the NFLC (National Foreign Language Center). Each month, this series gathers a different group of experienced teachers via video conference to discuss…
 
History is one of my major motivations for learning languages, and learning languages motivates me to learn history. In this video I discuss my interest in languages, different peoples, and the course of history, with special reference to the languages I am now learning, Persian, Arabic and Turkish.Learn a new language on LingQ: https://bit.ly/3phQ…
 
In ep 145, Dr. Stephanie Madison interviews Dr. Nelson Flores, Associate Professor of Educational Linguistics at the University of Pennsylvania. Nelson in particular looks at the intersections of language and race in a bilingual education context. In this interview, Nelson describes the harm that racialized students experience as a result of polici…
 
In learning languages, we discover all the many ways that people from different cultures are the same. During the process of discovering this we can learn a new language, and learning the language teaches us about the new culture.Learn a new language on LingQ: https://www.lingq.comGet my 10 Secrets of Language Learning: https://www.thelinguist.com…
 
We should never underestimate the power of passive vocabulary. A broad passive vocabulary is the key to increased engagement with a language, more listening and reading, enjoying movies, and eventually being able to have meaningful conversations. Passive vocabulary is the key to progress in the language we are learning. Learn a new language on Ling…
 
The modal verb, the "would, should, might" etc. type of verb, is a staple of English as a second language instruction. In order to become comfortable using these verbs, better to spend less time with explanations or drills, and more time listening, reading and speaking.Learn a new language on LingQ: https://www.lingq.com…
 
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