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The secrets of learning a new language | Lýdia Machová


Visit 🤍 to get our entire library of TED Talks, transcripts, translations, personalized talk recommendations and more. Want to learn a new language but feel daunted or unsure where to begin? You don't need some special talent or a "language gene," says Lýdia Machová. In an upbeat, inspiring talk, she reveals the secrets of polyglots (people who speak multiple languages) and shares four principles to help unlock your own hidden language talent and have fun while doing it. The TED Talks channel features the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design plus science, business, global issues, the arts and more. You're welcome to link to or embed these videos, forward them to others and share these ideas with people you know. Become a TED Member: 🤍 Follow TED on Twitter: 🤍 Like TED on Facebook: 🤍 Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 TED's videos may be used for non-commercial purposes under a Creative Commons License, Attribution–Non Commercial–No Derivatives (or the CC BY – NC – ND 4.0 International) and in accordance with our TED Talks Usage Policy (🤍 For more information on using TED for commercial purposes (e.g. employee learning, in a film or online course), please submit a Media Request at 🤍

How I Learn Any Language in 24 Hours


I make lots of videos surprising people with my "perfect" Chinese (Mandarin, Cantonese, and Fuzhounese) and because lots of people have been asking about it, I wanted to make a video discussing my language learning methods, particularly how I rapidly acquire the ability to have a basic conversation in pretty much any language (in yes, 24 hours or less). This definitely isn't fluency but it's a great building block to becoming fluent and an excellent way to start your language learning journey. If you want to skip ahead to the part where I talk about how to learn any language in 24 hours (avoiding my Mandarin-learning backstory in China), click to go ahead to 3:42. For more information about Anki, an essential free spaced repetition tool that I've relied on for years to memorize words and phrases, check out: 🤍 If you want to check out my merch, go to: 🤍 Want to learn fluent Chinese like me? Check out my new beginner course and learn Chinese exactly how I wish I'd learned it: 🤍 Discover the platform that I used to become fluent in Spanish in 20 days: 🤍 For my Ari in Beijing channel, where I offer more tips about how to learn languages and stuff like that: 🤍 Another great website that offers tons of amazing inspiration for learning Japanese, which inspired a lot of my methodology, is called All Japanese All The Time: 🤍 If you guys like the music in my videos, you can check out all the AMAZING music Epidemic Sound has at my affiliate link here: 🤍 Subscribe to my channel: 🤍 Follow me on Instagram: 🤍 Follow me on Facebook: 🤍

How to learn any language in six months | Chris Lonsdale | TEDxLingnanUniversity


Never miss a talk! SUBSCRIBE to the TEDx channel: 🤍 Chris Lonsdale is Managing Director of Chris Lonsdale & Associates, a company established to catalyse breakthrough performance for individuals and senior teams. In addition, he has also developed a unique and integrated approach to learning that gives people the means to acquire language or complex technical knowledge in short periods of time. Jan-21-2014 Update. The video transcripts are now available via the following links: English Only: 🤍 English + Chinese Translation: 🤍 In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)

How To Learn Any Language For Free, Step by Step


For the past 18 years, I've only had one hobby that I never gave up: learning foreign languages. A bit of a strange choice for an American, I know. But I had a good reason for it. I wanted to travel the world someday, even though I didn't have the money to do it. If I learned Spanish, that had to help somehow with getting me to Latin America, right? Turns out it did. Most people think learning a language is extremely difficult and you have to be super smart to do it. Nah. You speak English, don't you? Well you've already learned one language then. Learning more is as simple as knowing how to study languages on your own, following a good framework, and having lots of persistence. In this video I'll lay out the steps I use to learn any language. Follow them, and the world is yours. Language difficulty lists (for English speakers): 🤍 Language apps for learning the essential vocab and grammar: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Free flashcard app for testing yourself: 🤍 Find a language teacher online: 🤍 🤍 Language exchange app (find language partner online): 🤍 Find language exchange meetups in your city: 🤍 Instagram: tommyelforastero Patreon: 🤍patreon.com/sabbaticaltommy?fan_landing=true #sabbatical

The Fastest Way to Learn a New Language: The Solar System Theory


Become smarter in 5 minutes by signing up for free today: 🤍 - Thanks to Morning Brew for sponsoring today’s video. My language learning course → 🤍 Johnny Harris's video on this topic → 🤍 Sign up to my newsletter here and get free language learning resources 🍦→ 🤍 Research cited in the making of this video → 🤍 I made this video to share how I see language learning. It doesn't have to be the soulless experience that it is for so many of us in school. Greg's channel (featured in this video) → 🤍 My online courses → 🤍 My online store → 🤍 My other channel → 🤍 Instagram → 🤍 Exclusive content (Patreon) → 🤍 All of my gear 📷→ 🤍 What I read (my book recommendations) 📖→ 🤍 Get $55 off your first trip with Airbnb 🏡→ 🤍 Music Stream original Nathaniel Drew x Tom Fox music (the soundtrack of this channel & my life) here → 🤍 Musicbed (get a free trial with them using this link): 🤍 & Tom Fox → 🤍 #languagelearning

3 tips for learning a language effectively on your own. (الترجمة العربية, türkçe altyazı, français)


Instagram: 🤍 Here are 3 tips that I think are the most important for learning a language on your own. In this video, I will give you concrete examples and show you how I study and use different methods. You can skip to the part that may answer your question. 3 نصائح لتعلم لغة بشكل فعال بنفسك. فيما يلي 3 نصائح أعتقد أنها الأكثر أهمية لتعلم لغة بنفسك. يمكنك تشغيل الترجمة العربية. في هذا الفيديو ، سأقدم لك أمثلة ملموسة وأوضح لك كيف أدرس وأستخدم طرقًا مختلفة. يمكنك تخطي الجزء الذي قد يجيب على سؤالك: 00:00 Intro | مقدمة 02:02 How to start? How to make a good study plan? كيف تبدأ؟ كيف تصنع خطة دراسية جيدة؟ 02:53 How to get the best result in the shortest time? كيف تحصل على أفضل نتيجة في أقصر وقت؟ 04:56 How can you study a language if you don't have time? كيف يمكنك دراسة اللغة إذا لم يكن لديك الوقت؟ 07:05 How to find a language learning partner? كيف تجد شريك لتعلم اللغة؟ 08:39 How to do active listening even if you are a beginner? كيف تستمع بنشاط حتى لو كنت مبتدئًا؟ 10:27 How to do active listening for intermediate and advanced levels? يتم الاستماع النشط للمستويات المتوسطة والمتقدمة؟

Learning a language? Speak it like you’re playing a video game | Marianna Pascal | TEDxPenangRoad


Marianna Pascal shows how the secret to speaking a new language with confidence is all about attitude, not ability. Marianna Pascal helps professionals achieve greater success in life by communicating effectively in English. Marianna began her career as an actor and performed across her native Canada in film television and on stage for 15 years. Today, Marianna improves the way employees relate to their bosses, clients, colleagues and other key stakeholders. Marianna is also the Official Communication Trainer for Miss Malaysia World. An award-wining speaker, Marianna is known for her humorous speech on Youtube titled "Local English or Standard English" which has been seen by over a million people worldwide. Marianna is also the author of the best-selling book series English Fast & Easy. The most recent was #2 on Borders' Best-Selling List for non-fiction. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍

Cambridge Papers in brief: learning language in chunks


In this Cambridge Paper explainer video, we explore what 'chunks' are, how you can teach them in the classroom, and the benefits of learning blocks of language in this way. You can read the whole Cambridge Paper by Scott Thornbury here: 🤍 If you have any questions after watching this video, add it to our Insights on Demand event padlet here: 🤍 A member of the Cambridge team will answer as soon as possible!

Using artificial intelligence to help you learn a new language


If you've ever tried learning a new language, you know how hard it is just to get the basics down, never mind holding a real conversation. A group of Toronto researchers is trying to change that by using a smartphone application with artificial intelligence that can even understand bad accents. Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News »»» Subscribe to The National to watch more videos here: 🤍 Voice Your Opinion & Connect With Us Online: The National Updates on Facebook: 🤍 The National Updates on Twitter: 🤍 »»» »»» »»» »»» »»» The National is CBC Television's flagship news program. Airing six days a week, the show delivers news, feature documentaries and analysis from some of Canada's leading journalists.

THIS is the Best Book on Language Learning I've Ever Read: HERE'S WHAT IT SAYS


Here are some tricks for making rapid progress in learning one, two or three languages at the same time. The information I'm sharing is from The Loom of Language by Frederic Bodmer written in 1941. It's the best book I've ever read on learning a language and change the way I studied. The Loom of Language: An Approach to the Mastery of Many Languages by Frederic Bodmer edited by Lancelot Hogben Affiliate links AMAZON UK/EUROPE 🤍 AMAZON US 🤍 We go deeper Subscribe here 🤍 Learn English in Paris 🤍letthemtalk.fr instagram 🤍LetThemTalkParis #LetThemTalkTV

Learn English Business Language in 2 Hours


Get work done in English with these useful English words and phrases for pros! Click here 🤍 to access the best English online resources to master the language! ↓Check how below↓ Step 1: Go to 🤍 Step 2: Sign up for a FREE Lifetime Account - No money, No credit card required Step 3: Achieve Your Learning Goal and master English the fast, fun and easy way! You've decided to start learning English, so let's get you on the path to fluency! In this video, we'll give you a collection of the most useful English words and phrases for getting work done in English. If you are an intermediate English learner with clients, coworkers or professional contacts in the United States, this video is made for you. Our host expresses herself in simple English, with English subtitles. This video will challenge your listening comprehension skills and help you progress in your English study. This is THE place to take your English vocab to the next level! Follow and write to us using hashtag #EnglishClass101 - Facebook : 🤍 - Twitter : 🤍 - Alisha's Instagram: 🤍 - Alisha's Twitter: 🤍 Click here to get started with the English language: 🤍 Also, please LIKE, SHARE and COMMENT on our videos! We really appreciate it. Thanks!

18 Awesome Benefits of Learning a Foreign Language That’ll Blow Your Mind


Whether you need to learn a foreign language for work, study, or to enrich your travel experiences, there are many reasons why you should learn a foreign language, 18 in fact! Download my free guide: 9 Reasons You’re Not Fluent…YET! (& How to fix it) Just visit: 🤍 So, if you’re considering learning a new language or have already started, I’m going to share with you some huge benefits to learning a second, third or fourth language that don’t really get talked about a lot. Let’s take a look at some of the other unknown and ‘hidden’ advantages and health benefits of learning a foreign language that you probably didn’t know about! ✩ How to Memorize vocabulary FASTER: 10 Proven Memory Hacks WATCH HERE 🤍 Got a question? Leave a comment below! Don't forget to subscribe and leave a lovely big thumbs up. _ LANGUAGE RESOURCES ✩ Get an exclusive viewer discount of 95% off Mondly’s Lifetime subscription with access to 40+ languages, visit 🤍 (Exclusive discount) ✩ To receive exclusive language tips to your inbox, make sure you sign up to my email list! Visit 🤍 ✩ Book an online lesson or conversation lesson with my favourite platform italki, visit 🤍 ✩ Learning a niche language? utalk is the best resource for finding excellent language learning material in over 100 languages! Visit 🤍 (For an exclusive 30% OFF discount you won't find anywhere else!) ✩ Going on a trip? Get my free travel phrase guides here ✩ 🤍 ✩ Go from clueless to confident and learn the local language with my 80/20 method. Check out my Intrepid Languages courses here 🤍 ✩ Explore my store of language inspired products, from tote bags to t-shirts, notebooks and phone cases. Visit Visit 🤍 SUBSCRIBE - 🤍 ✩ For Language Learning & Travel Tips Visit My Blog - 🤍 FOLLOW ME ON ✩ Instagram - 🤍 ✩ Facebook - 🤍 ✩ Twitter - 🤍 ✩ Tumblr - 🤍 ✩ Pinterest - 🤍 #languagelearning #benefitsoflanguagelearning

Language learning habits for success (I wish I knew earlier!)


There are some habits and mindsets I wish I adopted earlier when I started learning languages. I'm gonna share them with you here today! Timestamps: 00:00 Intro 01:34 Being receptive to feedback and mistakes 02:29 Not being a perfectionist 03:23 Better vocabulary learning methods and chunking 04:12 Simplify 05:45 Incorporate languages in your regular notes 06:40 Don't write everything down or review notes 08:26 Read read read! 09:00 Be teachable ——— 💕SOCIALS Insta → 🤍 Website & resources → 🤍 Twitter → 🤍 FB → 🤍 Ko-fi → 🤍 ✨GOODIES $10 free italki credits (after first lesson) → 🤍 10% off Du Chinese (my favorite app!) enter LINDIE10 at checkout → 🤍 All discounts → 🤍 All language resources → 🤍 Merch → 🤍 💕ABOUT Welcome to my channel! My name is Lindie and I share my love for languages through my polyglot progress and language learning tips here. South African by birth, I spent most of my life in France, Pakistan, the UAE and Japan. Now I work as a UI/UX designer in Singapore. I'm a Christian and strive to shine God’s light in all I do. May this channel inspire you to reach your language goals! New here? Best videos → 🤍 FAQ → 🤍 💕BOOKS I USE Practical Chinese Grammar → 🤍 Japanese for Busy People on Amazon → 🤍 Advanced Japanese for Busy People → 🤍 Korean Grammar in Use Intermediate → 🤍 Korean TOPIK exam prep → 🤍 Short Stories in Spanish → 🤍 🎥EQUIPMENT Camera → 🤍 Mic → 🤍 Tripod → 🤍 ——— Some links are affiliate links, and a percentage goes towards supporting my channel. Collabs & partnerships: hello🤍lindiebotes.com

How to Avoid Giving Up in Language Learning


We have to stay with it to succeed in language learning. It is too easy to be frustrated at our lack of progress. In this video I talk about three things that keep me going. Learn a new language on LingQ: 🤍 Get my 10 Secrets of Language Learning: 🤍

How To Learn a LANGUAGE On Your Own 📚 | Home Self-Study Plan!


Learning a language from home is fun! I used this study routine to learn 7 new languages - you can do this yourself, for free. What are your language learning goals for 2021? All the self study resources in this video: 7 FREE Language Learning Apps: 🤍 Get $10 for free on italki: 🤍 Basic Spanish textbook: 🤍 Duolingo app: 🤍 Syrian Colloquial Arabic: 🤍 Nassra Arabic Method: 🤍 Pimsleur Eastern Arabic: 🤍 Anki app: 🤍 Frequency lists: 🤍 Language Learning with Netflix: 🤍 Toucan: 🤍 Tandem app: 🤍 00:00​ Intro 00:22​ Choosing the language 01:40 Planning your learning routine 02:12 My Spanish language learning routine 04:14 My Arabic language learning routine 06:07 Finding study resources 07:46 Language immersion techniques ...FOLLOW ME... INSTAGRAM: 🤍 BLOG: 🤍 ...MY FILMING EQUIPMENT... Sony A7R II: 🤍 Sony RX100 V: 🤍 Rode VideoMic Pro: 🤍 Manfrotto BeFree Tripod: 🤍 Macbook Pro 13": 🤍 Final Cut Pro X: 🤍

Step by Step Guide to Learning a Language | Learn a New Language in 2022


Here are the first steps to learning a new language! If you're wondering how to learn a new language by yourself, these are my recommendations on how to get started. Language learning can seem super overwhelming and daunting at first, but with these simple steps, it doesn't have to be. You can learn a language at home by following these simple steps. If you want to learn a new language in 2022, use this guide and you'll be on your way to speaking in no time! Grab my 30-day language study plan to have all your resources and study activities planned out for you! 🤍 💛Get the ultimate productivity bundle for $5! Includes 10 sheets of daily, weekly, and monthly planning sheets plus fitness and meal trackers, goal planning, a habit tracker and more: 🤍 Here's my video about learning French: 🤍 Get $10 in italki credits to talk with a tutor by clicking here: 🤍 0:00 - 1:01 Intro 1:02 - 2:50 Learning the Alphabet + Pronunciation 2:51 - 4:09 Start Learning Most Common Words + Verbs 4:10 - 5:10 What Verbs to Study First 5:11 - 6:05 Best Methods to Study Vocab 6:06 - 8:19 Start Building Simple Sentences 8:20 - 9:38 What to Study After The Simple Stuff 9:39 - 10:17 Thanks for Watching! #learnalanguage2022 #howtolearnalanguage #languagelearningtips - 💜 F R E E B I E S + P R O D U C T S 💜 👉FREE 2 months of Skillshare: 🤍 👉FREE 7 Day Journaling Challenge: 🤍 👉FREE Pinterest Design Guide: 🤍 👉 FREE YouTube Strategy Guide: 🤍 👉 FREE Trial of Epidemic Sound (copyright-free music for YouTubers!): 🤍 My Amazon recommended language learning resources: 🤍 📝 Make the perfect study plan with my language study planning workbook for just $7: 🤍 🚨 Ready to start your own YouTube channel AND make money doing it? Check out the course I created to teach you! Click here for 10% off, just for my YouTube fans ;) 🤍 📷 M Y E Q U I P M E N T 📷 Sony a5100 - 🤍 Canon 90D - 🤍 Tripod - 🤍 Yongnuo f/1.8 50mm lens - 🤍 Shotgun Microphone - 🤍 Adobe Premiere Pro (Editing) ✨ L E T' S C O N N E C T ✨ 📷 Instagram – 🤍daywithshea 🤍 📱TikTok - 🤍daywithshea 🤍 🖥 Blog – 🤍 📌 Pinterest – 🤍 📩 Email - sheajordanbiz🤍gmail.com

Learn a new language—super fast. Here’s how. | Steve Kaufmann | Big Think


Learn a new language—super fast. Here’s how. | Steve Kaufmann Watch the newest video from Big Think: 🤍 Join Big Think Edge for exclusive videos: 🤍 Canadian polyglot Steve Kaufmann says there is indeed a fast track to learning a new language. It involves doubling down on your listening and reading. By taking the focus off grammar rules that are difficult to understand and even more difficult to remember, you can instead develop habits by greater exposure to the language. Kaufmann likens the learning process to a hockey stick. In the beginning you make major progress as you climb the steep hill of the hockey stick, whereas the long shaft of the stick is the difficult part. Because you're not seeing day-to-day changes, you might lose motivation. So, stay the course by consuming content that interests you. STEVE KAUFMANN: Canadian polyglot Steve Kaufmann speaks 20 languages and counting and believes that anyone can learn a new language. You just need to be motivated, willing to put in the time and have the right method. Steve has written books and maintains a popular YouTube channel and blog at thelinguist.com. TRANSCRIPT: STEVE KAUFMANN: Is there a trick to fast track new learning? Yes, there is. Start almost in the middle. Start almost in the middle. Not quite in the middle but start with, for example, what I do now because at LingQ we have what we call the mini stories, 60 stories with a lot of high-frequency verbs, a lot of conjunctions – because, although, on the other hand, however. I listen to these many, many times. Each story repeats the same vocabulary and the same structures about four or five times. And so I start right into everyday, common – I got up, had a cup of coffee, went to the store, whatever it might be, went to work. It's real situations. It's not going through customs like they like to have in language learning books. You just start into it, you do a lot of listening and reading, you let the language come at you, let the brain get a sense of the language, listen and then read the same content, look up the words. I always start on iPhone, iPad tutor so I can quickly look up words, save them for review and at first it's all noise, and eventually it becomes meaning because you're going over the same stuff over and over again. So that's I would say the initial three months to get a toehold in the language. And then you have to very quickly push yourself away from beginner content, learner content written for a language learner, and go after the real stuff – newspaper articles, Netflix movies. And there's all kinds of ways of doing that. I think the key is to get a toehold in the language with lots of repetition and not worry too much about trying to memorize the grammar because if you haven't had enough exposure to the language, enough experience with the language, the grammar explanations are difficult to understand, difficult to remember and almost impossible to apply. You can't be thinking of them as you're trying to speak. You have to develop habits. And that's best done through this massive exposure initially with a lot of repetition and then eventually as soon as possible moving on to things of genuine interest. When we start in a new language typically we're motivated. Now some people start and quit right away so those people were never really very motivated. But if you are motivated, the first two or three months is the honeymoon period. It's a steep climb because at first everything is noise, you know nothing. But in a very short period of time you actually know something. You understand something. You can say something. There's a great sense of achievement. And, of course, you're dealing with typically a lot of high frequency words so they come up all the time in the content you're listening to and you're listening to it more than once hopefully. And so I have a sense of achievement. Then you reach a point where frequency drops off very quickly in any language so very soon you're trying to learn words that don't show up that often, so that become a little frustrating. So you've gone up the steep part of the hockey stick, and how you're on the shaft of the hockey stick and it looks like you're not getting anywhere. You just feel that you're forever facing more and more new words. You're listening again and again and you don't understand. You have the sense that you're not making progress whereas in the first three months you're going from zero, climbing a steep hill of that hockey stick, but you have a sense that you're doing something. Whereas the long shaft of the hockey... Read the full transcript 🤍

What Happens To Your Brain When You Learn a New Language | Understanding with Unbabel


Learning a second language is a time-intensive, complex task. But regardless of age, or the language you choose, the pay off can be huge. In this episode, we pick the collective brain, with a crash course in the neuroscience of learning another language. Read more at 🤍 Illustration, Animation and Sound Design: Favo Studio 🤍 ►► Every day it seems like machines learn more and more and the content we consume says less and less. That’s why we’re building Understanding with Unbabel — a deeply human take on language, artificial intelligence, and the way they’re transforming customer experience. About Unbabel At Unbabel, we believe language shouldn’t stand in the way of relationships. By combining human expertise and artificial intelligence, we give businesses and their customers the ability to understand each other, make smarter choices, and have richer experiences. Follow us on: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Linkedin: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

Task-Based Language Learning


In this session, we explore the concept and practice of Task-Based Learning (TBL). We overview the cycle of pre-task activities, task, planning, reporting and language focus/feedback in a TBL approach in a language classroom, and will look at ways to make TBL enjoyable and motivating. We also briefly discuss the possibilities and challenges of task-based assessment. The session is hosted by Tony Clark, Senior Research Manager at Cambridge Assessment English and Dr Andrea Révész, Associate Professor in Applied Linguistics at the Institute of Education, University College London. Resources for teachers: 🤍 Using the CEFR: Principles of Good Practice: 🤍



Hej, bonjour, ni hao! If you're keen to start learning a new language but don't have the money to fork out on classes and resources... fret not. Here are 7 ways you can start learning a new language by yourself and in the comfort of your own home. Good luck on your language learning journey! I hope these tips helped. Here's the corresponding blog post: 🤍 And one specific to learning Swedish: 🤍 For anyone who wants to try out Duolingo: 🤍 Or Ling App: 🤍 KRAM, Leonie xo. 🎀 AFFILIATE LINKS 🎀 💜 Cokodive - Use code LEONIESII10 for 10% OFF K-Pop & BTS Merch: 🤍?aff=698 📚 LingApp - Learn a NEW LANGUAGE: 🤍 🇯🇵 TokyoTreat - Treat yourself to a SNACK BOX from Japan: 🤍 *Note: An affiliate link tracks if you click a link and register/make a purchase. If you do choose to use my affiliate links, I may earn a commission! I don't make much money from making videos, I do it purely for fun... but if you do choose to use my affiliate links, it helps me out a lot. I really appreciate your support, thank you! ✨ LET'S CONNECT ✨ 📸 Instagram: 🤍 🎶 TikTok: 🤍 🐦 Twitter: 🤍 💙 Facebook: 🤍 ✏️ Blog: 🤍 💌 Inquiries: hello🤍leoniesii.com 🧏🏻‍♀️ HI, I'M LEONIE Just a girl from Sydney, Australia that likes to document life's little mysteries. I make videos about languages, lifestyle, mental health and wellbeing, productivity and BTS (방탄소년단). Essentially, just trying to live my best life and sharing my learnings with the universe. Tips Mentioned In This Video: 1. Get a dedicated notebook 2. Listen to music 3. Watch movies & TV series with subtitles 4. Read children's books 5. Follow social media personalities 6. Take advantage of free language learning apps 7. Find a buddy

7 Reasons to NOT learn a new language


Language learning is not for everyone. And if you only speak one language, there is nothing wrong with you. Very often in the polyglot community we make fun of and look down on monoglots, so in this video I list 7 reasons you might not want to learn a language. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• New to my channel? Welcome! I am an aspiring polyglot with a degree in Linguistics. I speak English, Spanish, French, and Esperanto, and I'm currently working on Thai. I make videos twice a week to talk about my methods of learning languages and to try to help others make language learning faster, easier, and more fun. •Twitter: 🤍 •Instagram: 🤍 •My Channel: 🤍 •Subscribe: 🤍

One Simple Method to Learn Any Language | Scott Young & Vat Jaiswal | TEDxEastsidePrep


While few of us will ever take on the ambitious challenge of learning four foreign languages in a year, many of us yearn to be more proficient in another language. The secret to success as it turns out is simpler than you think. Scott Young is a blogger, speaker and author. He previously spoke at TEDx EastsidePrep about his project “The MIT Challenge” to self-test MIT’s undergraduate computer science curriculum in one year, using their freely available information. His most recent project was with Vat Jaiswal, traveling to four countries, learning languages, with the goal of not speaking English for an entire year. He writes about learning and self-education at his website, ScottHYoung.com. Vat Jaiswal is a graduate student, aspiring architect and filmmaker. His most recent project was with Scott Young on The Year Without English, where he traveled through Spain, Brazil, China, Taiwan and Korea creating four short documentaries on language learning and cultural immersion. He shares his work, including experimental time-lapse photography and an interview series with successful architects, at vatjaiswal.com This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍

(Learn Korean Language - Conversation I) 1. Hello, Goodbye, Thanks, I'm sorry 안녕하세요. 안녕히 가세요.


The "Super thanks" feature has been opened on our channel. Our team can make better lectures with your small support. We have Christine's Korean course, and Emma's new Korean basic course is also being released this year in 2022. We recommend this new course. 🤍 [ Fun Fun Korean Conversation I ] 1. Hello, Goodbye, 안녕하세요. 안녕히 가세요. 🤍 2. I'm Christine" 나는 크리스틴입니다. 🤍 3. Location, Direction, 어디 있어요?, 방향, 앞에, 옆에 🤍 4. Do you have~, give me ~, How much ~ 있어요? 주세요. 얼마에요? 🤍 5. At the restaurant, order expression. 식당 표현, 음식 주문, 음식 맛 평가. 🤍 6. Shopping, My i try ~, 쇼핑 표현, 입어봐도 되요?, 마음에 들어요 🤍 7. Appointment, Time, What time? Do you have time? 약속 잡기, 시간 표현 🤍 8. Taking a Taxi, Fee. 택시 타기, ~가 주세요, 요금 지불. 🤍 9. Taking a subway, exit, transfer 지하철 타기, 출구 묻기, 갈아타기 🤍 10. Four seasons, Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter 계절, 봄, 여름, 가을, 겨울 표현 🤍 [ Fun Fun Korean Conversation II] 1. Introducing oneself, Name, How long, 자기소개, 내 이름은.. 🤍 2. Introducing family, Father, Mother...가족 소개, 부모님, 형제 자매 🤍 3. Turn left, Turn right - Direction 방향, 옆에, 앞에, 오른쪽, 왼쪽 🤍 4. At the movie theater, ticket, seat 극장에서, 티켓 구매, 자리 찾기 🤍 5. Ordering fast food, hamburger, coke 패스트 푸드점에서 주문하기 🤍 6. Spicy, sweet, salty, delicious At the restaurant 짜다 맵다 달다 맛있다 🤍 7. Shopping, How much is it? 물건 구매하기, 얼마에요? 🤍 8. Making an appointment 약속잡기 🤍 9.Asking phone numbers 전화번호 물어보기 🤍 10. "Happy Birthday" 생일 축하 표현 🤍 [Jenny's Korean - Korean alphabet, reading, basic grammar] 🤍 [TOPIK Lectures] 🤍 Learning Korean is learning Korean culture. If you learn seemile Korean, you will understand Kpop lyrics without translation, and you will be able to watch Korean dramas and movies without subtitles. I understand and feel the songs of the Bulletproof Boys (BTS). Start learning with Korean with "seemile Korean". The "seemile Team" also released app to learn Chinese (Mandarin). → "seemile Chinese" app android 🤍 → "seemile Chinese" iPhone(iPad) app 🤍

How to Learn a New Language Fast | Tim Ferriss


How to learn a new language fast Watch all 13 episodes here: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 About Tim Ferriss: Tim Ferriss is one of Fast Company’s “Most Innovative Business People” and an early-stage tech investor/advisor in Uber, Facebook, Twitter, Shopify, Duolingo, Alibaba, and 50+ other companies. He is also the author of five #1 New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers: The 4-Hour Workweek, The 4-Hour Body, The 4-Hour Chef, Tools of Titans and Tribe of Mentors. The Observer and other media have named him “the Oprah of audio” due to the influence of his podcast, The Tim Ferriss Show, which has exceeded 200 million downloads and been selected for “Best of iTunes” three years running. Connect with Tim Ferriss: Visit the Tim Ferriss PODCAST: 🤍 Visit the Tim Ferriss BLOG: 🤍 Like Tim Ferriss on FACEBOOK: 🤍 Follow Tim Ferriss on TWITTER: 🤍 Follow Tim Ferriss on INSTAGRAM: 🤍 Follow Tim Ferriss on INSTAGRAM: 🤍

Top 5 Best FREE LANGUAGE LEARNING Apps & Websites


The best FREE language learning apps and websites… In preparation for an upcoming trip, we’ve had the opportunity to test the various resources where you can learn a new language for free. In this video, I’ll share with you our top 5. In addition to their websites, these all have free apps for both Android and iOS. Don’t just use our top pick on its own, do check out the others as well. In my experience when learning a new language, it’s best to use multiple sites or apps to get a more well-rounded experience and to practice as often as possible. Subscribe! ▶ 🤍 Share This Video ▶ 🤍 “Free Software” Playlist 🤍 “Free Websites” Playlist 🤍 0:00 Intro 0:32 5 2:04 4 3:02 3 4:42 2 6:00 1 50 Languages 🤍 Busuu 🤍 Duolingo 🤍 Mango Languages 🤍 Memrise 🤍 WATCH MORE VIDEOS… 10 Amazingly Useful Chrome Extensions! 🤍 Top 10 Best Streaming Services for TV Shows & Movies 🤍 Top 10 Best Netflix Original Series to Watch Now 🤍 Top 10 Best Websites to Learn Coding for Free! 🤍 How to Use ShareX (Beginners Guide) 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 TechGumbo is a leading source for the technology that we use each day. Whether it’s discussing computer operating system tricks, the latest tips for your mobile phone, finding out about the newest gadgets, or letting you know about the best free language learning apps and websites, TechGumbo has boundless topics on technology for the astute YouTube viewer.

How to Start Learning a Language ft. Polyglot Luca Lampariello


How to start learning a language? This is the question my friend and polyglot Luca Lampariello and I decided to discuss. Luca and I, are both polyglots but we have different ways of studying so it was interesting to see what we do differently and what we have in common. For people in a hurry: 1:13 Set a date 1:54 Research 3:12 Comprehensible input 3:38 Create an immersive environment 5:44 Choose one resource 7:17 How do you use the resource? 8:46 Use translation to learn new words and grammar patterns If you want to know more about learning languages and discover the culture of various countries: SUBSCRIBE to my channel ▶︎ 🤍 FOLLOW me on INSTAGRAM ▶︎ 🤍 Luca’s channel: 🤍 _ Book I used to learn Korean as a beginner: 🤍 Book I used to learn Russian as a beginner: 🤍 Camera I use: 🤍 Get $10 italki credits after scheduling a lesson: 🤍 Thank you Primm for all your insights and help with editing!

How to organize your language learning schedule | Language routine tips


Find out how to organize your language learning schedule to manage language learning around your other activities and create a consistent language learning routine. Download your free guide to language learning: 🤍 Don't forget to subscribe! :)

6 tips to learn a language by READING


Get my best language tips by email: 🤍 In this video, you'll learn 6 tips for reading effectively in a foreign language. View my 30+ books on language learning: 🤍 My name is Olly Richards, and on this channel I document my experiments in foreign language acquisition: • Rapid language learning • Writing Chinese characters • Languages and travel...on location! • Daily study routines • Advanced level tactics To see some of my previous experiments, why not try... • Learn Italian in 3 months: 🤍 • Learn Thai in 14 Days: 🤍 • Daily Study Routines and Schedules 🤍 To ask me language questions, join my Facebook community: 🤍 Listen to the podcast: 🤍 ...or search "I Will Teach You A Language" wherever you get your podcasts! (iTunes, Spotify, etc)

dyslexia and language learning


I got diagnosed with dyslexia age 8, and I speak English, Flemish/Dutch, and French! This is my experience with the differences in learning a language as a child verses being an adult, and how dyslexia has made that difficult, and the ways we can make it easier for dyslexic children to learn another language! ❤️SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 Films: 🤍 🧡Related Vids Dyslexia as a Child: 🤍 A-Level Folder Tour / School Organisation Tips 📚📝: 🤍 Organising Uni Notes - Comparative Literature (Dyslexic Student): 🤍 how I learn french! 🇫🇷: 🤍 BOOK SHELF TOUR: 🤍 💛Playlists! language related vids!: 🤍 Sex, Sexuality, & Relationships!: 🤍 UNI, SCHOOL, & EXAMS: 🤍 SEASON 3 - WEEKLY VLOG 2018: 🤍 💚Twitter: 🤍 Insta Personal: 🤍 Insta Professional: 🤍 💙Outro Music: Marxist Arrow by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (🤍 Artist: 🤍 ❤️🧡💛💚💙💖💜🖤

TuTiTu Language Learning | English to Russian - английского на русский


In TuTiTu's Language Learning series, TuTiTu announces the toy's name first in English, then in a second language. That way, children can learn new vocabulary in another language while enjoying the simplicity and colorful fun of TuTiTu's 3D animation videos for kids. FREE games - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Pinterest - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 In this episode: Learn 52 new words in Russian with TuTiTu's 3D animation videos for kids! - Production & Animation: Twist Animation Ltd. Production Designers: Tal Gamliel, Yossi Dahan TuTiTu'S Theme Song: Lyrics: Sarit Ido Schechter, Music: Sarit Ido Schechter and Tal Gamliel, Musical Arrangement: Uri Kariv Vocals: Yael Shoshana Cohen Sound engineering: Gil Landau

Learn a Language in a Month: Is it Possible?


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. 0:00 - Why I'm sceptical of claims that you can learn a language in a matter of months. 1:23 - Some of the suggestions I found online for accelerating your language learning. 3:55 - Can we make a jump in level from studying for a month/two months/three months etc.? 5:30 - Learning the most common words in a language. 6:29 - Should you even try to sound like a native speaker? _ Study a language on LingQ: 🤍 Study this video as a lesson on LingQ: 🤍 Get my 10 Secrets of Language Learning: 🤍 FREE grammar guides: 🤍 Join the LingQ Discord server: 🤍 My language learning blog on The Linguist: 🤍 My Instagram page: 🤍 My TikTok: 🤍 The LingQ language learning blog: 🤍 #learnalanguage #languages #polyglot

Can you learn a language just by listening?


Imagine if you could learn a language without doing any studying. What if instead of studying grammar, reading in the foreign language, learning vocabulary, and doing speaking practice, all you had to do was listen to what was happening around you and watch movies? Wouldn't it be great if you could naturally absorb the language and start speaking yourself? This is a popular language learning method across the world, but in this video I answer the question of whether learning a language this way will actually work for you. For example, many people try to learn English through listening using the following methods: - Watching TV in a English with the subtitles on in your native language - Listening to talk radio in English in the background while doing something else - Being around foreign friends when you yourself do not speak the language Babies learn to speak their first words by listening, but will it work for you? Check out this video to hear my opinion on learning a language through listening. I've tried it, and I'll share my personal experiences with you! 🤍 TRANSCRIPT Hey, guys. Welcome to engVid. Today's lesson is a little bit different, it's me talking about: Is it possible for you to learn a language just by listening? This is something that I think many of us would love, love, love, love to be true. I can just learn a language by listening, I don't have to really do anything if I just spend enough time listening, then, you know, I'll be able to speak; I'll have learned the language. So, some ways we might do this are... Could be watching... Watching TV in that language you're trying to learn and just think: "Well, I'm... I'm learning. I'm learning stuff just by watching." Another way is you move to a different country, and you spend time around native speaker friends, and you don't understand anything, but you're like: "Well, I'm learning. The more time I spend doing this, I'll get to a point where I can just speak the language." And that is a situation that I, myself, have been in many times in my life. If you put all the time together, I would say I probably wasted a couple of years of my life, taking that approach, just thinking you learn by listening. Now, don't get me wrong, you do learn how to understand what people are talking about if you take that approach. You know, you're the only one who doesn't speak the same language that everybody else speaks, you're the only one who doesn't speak it, after a while you do kind of understand what people are talking about, so you can often guess from the situation. But that doesn't mean the same thing as being able to put a sentence together, and join in in the conversation in that language. Because although you kind of understand what people are saying, you just haven't developed the skill of moving your tongue and saying the words of the other language. So I would say taking that approach is a very, very frustrating, and slow, and ineffective way to learn any language. And that's based from my personal experience. If the language that you're hoping, trying, wishing to learn is very close to your language, then of course, you will understand much, much more of what is being said, and you'll be able to guess many of the words. But if the language is completely different to your native language, it's a really ineffective way to expect to learn a language, because there's just not a lot you can guess. The words are very different, the grammar structure is very different. And have you ever been in that situation when you're the only one who doesn't understand anything? Well, I've been in that situation many times, and I don't know if this happens to all people, but this happens to me. After a while, you stop listening. And, at least I do, and I start thinking about my own things in my head. So you're there, but you're not even listening. And you have to ask yourself: Is this the same thing that's also happening if you're watching a movie that's spoken in a language that you don't understand? Are you actually listening to the words, or are you just reading subtitles in your own language that you understand? So that's an important part of it as well. Is that time you are listening to the language you want to learn, are you using that time with your ears, really awake and switched on to what people are saying? Because I think most of the time, when you don't actually know that language, you're not fully listening because you don't understand anything. You're really concentrating on something you don't understand, it's a very hard thing to do for more than a couple of minutes.

How to make a good study plan to learn a language effectively ? (Subtitles)


Hello, my dear friends, you are the most important part of this video! I made this video based on your questions and comments on the community. I hope it can answer your questions and give you inspiration. There are thousands of ways to learn a language, some of you must feel confused and lost, so this video will guide you to make a simple and well organized plan to start your language learning journey. The examples in this video are just a way to show you the logic of building a clear plan. I have tried many methods and made different types of plans to study languages, I am creative and flexible to make and change the plans too, it is actually a good way to boost your motivation by doing new exercises and changing the routine. But the core of all good plans is always—- motivation and discipline. In this video, I give you 3 steps to make any study plan: 00:00 Intro 01:29 Know your learner profile 02:45 Step 1: setting goals 05:41 Step 2: self-assessment 06:47 Step 3: make a plan The apps in this video: ⭐️Edison Calendar ⭐️Notability If you enjoyed this video, leave a comment and let me know in a comment below! ⭐️Photogaphy: Zoe ⭐️Editing: Zoe ⭐️Subtitles: Zoe

How to make a language learning study plan that works | Language Self-study 101


↴ pls open + read me for helpful links and resources 🥺 Figuring out how to create an EFFECTIVE language learning routine took me a while, but after studying about 2-3 languages (one of which I taught myself) and watching a TON of other videos from polyglots on how to learn languages, here's what I believe are the key aspects of a useful study plan. These are the actual things that I take into consideration to create a study routine that works for me. This is less of a video about the actual process of creating a routine (which is super important, as I stressed that consistency is a key part to learning a language well) it's more about the CONTENT of what you learn / how to structure your studying. Hope this helps! 🌿 d i s c l a i m e r 🌿 ↳ Start learning a language with Busuu here: Sign up on web: 🤍 Download the app: 🤍 This video is kindly sponsored by Busuu. Everything mentioned in the video is my own opinion and I am not endorsed by Busuu to say anything specific. I choose to work with sponsors that I believe in and I know will be useful to you guys! 🌿  t i m e s t a m p s 🌿  I respect your time so I usually do timestamps :) 0:00 How to create a language study plan 1:13 5 components (“stages”) of a good language study plan 1:52 Stage 1: Pre-planning 1:57 Tip #1 2:59 Tip #2 4:18 Tip #3 5:32 Tip #4 6:10 Stage 2: Find comprehensible input 7:04 Sources of comprehensible input 9:07 Stage 3: Learning grammar 10:00 Tip #1 10:41 Tip #2 11:34 Tip #3 12:50 Tip #4 13:29 Stage 4: Output 15:10 Stage 5: Consistency! 15:43 Busuu 🌿 m e n t i o n e d 🌿 ↳ Lindie Bots 🤍 ↳ Elysse Speaks 🤍 ↳ Luca’s Video: The Absolute Best Way to Learn a Language 🤍 ↳ BETTER THAN DUOLINGO - Busuu Easy Language Learning App Review 🤍 🌿 m o r e l i k e t h i s 🌿 ↳ The greatest struggles of learning languages + how to overcome them | improve your study plan! 🤍 ↳ How I learnt a lil' Japanese IN 1 MONTH on my own *in quarantine* 🇯🇵 🤍 ↳ What I learnt from "failing" at Japanese: lessons on setting goals & failing to achieve them 🤍 ↳ I traveled solo to Mexico for 25 days. This is what I learnt. 🤍 (I speak Spanish in this!) 🌿 w h a t i u s e 🌿 TO STUDY JAPANESE: ↳ Italki for online tutors If you're interested in using italki (for any language!), you can get $10 italki Credits free (after $20 min purchase) with this link: 🤍 ↳ Anki Flashcards 🤍 ↳ Chrome extensions: - Yomi-chan - Language Learning with Netflix ↳ Textbooks: - *Genki 🤍 - *Minna no Nihongo (I'm using this now!) 🤍 TO FILM: (some people have asked, so here’s what I use): 📷 *Canon G7X Mark ii - 🤍 📷 *UBeesize Tripod (Mini) - 🤍 📷 *Manfrotto Tripod (Larger) - 🤍 (might not be the best - I suggest to research more!) 📷 I edit using Final Cut Pro, but you honestly don't need it if you have a Mac - iMovie works fantastic too! *as an Amazon Associate I earn a small percentage from any purchases made using those links, at no extra cost to you. I only promote products that I have personally used and truly feel deliver value to you! Thank you for supporting & watching x 🌿 c o n n e c t w m e 🌿 ╰ Subscribe 🤍 ╰ Instagram 🤍 ╰ 💌: victorialimsw🤍gmail.com 🌿 a b o u t m e 🌿 Hello hello, I’m Vic, a Singaporean at Yale sharing my thoughts with other fellow humans on Yale / college life, self-care and personal growth. Come with me as we explore what finding balance, staying inspired, and living a meaningful and fulfilling life means to us x 🌿 m u s i c 🌿 Music by Reggie San Miguel - Twilight - 🤍

How to Learn Any Language - The Bidirectional Translation Method


The bidirectional translation method: 🤍 A B O U T T H I S V I D E O In this video, I will share with you the one technique that has helped me learn 10 of the 14 languages I currently speak Subscribe to my channel for more great content! ☞ 🤍 ▬▬▬▬▬ Sign up for my "Free 3 video Training" ▬▬▬▬▬ NEWSLETTER ☞ 🤍 F O L L O W M E WEBSITE ☞ 🤍 BLOG ☞ 🤍 FACEBOOK ☞ 🤍 INSTAGRAM ☞ 🤍

5 steps to learn a language from scratch


A question I get asked often - what steps to take when just starting with a language? ——— 1. Start with the alphabet if the language has a new writing system. It’s extremely important to get the pronunciation right from the beginning so you don’t have to rely on often inaccurate English renditions of how to pronounce words. Once you have the writing system down, write as much as you can in the language without relying on English or another language to help too much. 2. After the alphabet, learn basic greetings and vocabulary. This is an important step and helps motivate you to keep going. I listen to the radio or to music from that language a lot, and if I learn the 100 most used words in the language, I’ll most likely hear that word in a song and get super excited about it. 3. Grammar. Learn a grammar structure, look at example sentences (either on apps like Duolingo, or textbooks, or sites that give example sentences like conjugator) and then replace words in the sentences with other words you know. 4. Practice. Getting a language partner is important. You should find someone who is open to correcting your mistakes, and someone who is patient to talk to you despite you being a beginner. I also practice by doing everything I normally do, in another language. My diary/schedule/shopping list/music playlist all transforms into my target language for a period of time. 5. Keep track of your progress. A diary, studygram or Youtube channel is a good way to see how you’ve progressed. ——— 💕SOCIALS Insta → 🤍 Website & resources → 🤍 Twitter → 🤍 FB → 🤍 Ko-fi → 🤍 ✨GOODIES $10 free italki credits (after first lesson) → 🤍 10% off Du Chinese (my favorite app!) enter LINDIE10 at checkout → 🤍 All discounts → 🤍 All language resources → 🤍 Merch → 🤍 💕ABOUT Welcome to my channel! My name is Lindie and I share my love for languages through my polyglot progress and language learning tips here. South African by birth, I spent most of my life in France, Pakistan, the UAE and Japan. Now I work as a UI/UX designer in Singapore. I'm a Christian and strive to shine God’s light in all I do. May this channel inspire you to reach your language goals! New here? Best videos → 🤍 FAQ → 🤍 💕BOOKS I USE Practical Chinese Grammar → 🤍 Japanese for Busy People on Amazon → 🤍 Advanced Japanese for Busy People → 🤍 Korean Grammar in Use Intermediate → 🤍 Korean TOPIK exam prep → 🤍 Short Stories in Spanish → 🤍 🎥EQUIPMENT Camera → 🤍 Mic → 🤍 Tripod → 🤍 ——— Some links are affiliate links, and a percentage goes towards supporting my channel. Collabs & partnerships: hello🤍lindiebotes.com

Learning a Language Will Change your Life for Good | Christopher McCormick | TEDxPhnomPenh


As the head of language research, training and testing for EF Education First the world's largest language school Dr. Christopher McCormick oversees the instructional design and delivery of EF's language programs. His work focuses on online language learning, educational mobile applications, and digital media for accelerated language learning. His language abilities span English, Spanish and Russian, amongst others. Dr. McCormick holds a B.A. with honors in French and Russian from Tulane University, and a Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics from the University of Texas at Austin. TEDxPhnomPenh was held at Pannasastra University on June 9, 2012. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDxevents are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)

The ONLY 4 Language Learning Apps That Work | Delete the rest!


📲 Your phone is probably chock-full of language learning apps... But how many of them actually work? Here's the deal: ▶️ There are only 4 kinds of language learning apps that actually work, and in this video you'll learn what they are. So if you're looking for the best language learning app, this is your bible. 📖 LEARN A LANGUAGE THROUGH THE POWER OF STORY Stories are the best way I have found to learn ANY language (even the difficult ones). Forget the boring textbooks and time-wasting apps and learn a language the natural, effective way with one of my story-based courses. 👉🏼🤍 ⏱ TIMESTAMPS: 00:00 - Only 4 language learning apps actually work 00:30 - Content apps 02:35 - Language exchange apps 04:25 - Flashcard apps for language learning 06:36 - Language script apps (Includes some free language learning apps!) After this video, you should learn about the App Villain: 🤍 🤯 Get my best language tips by email: 🤍 My name is Olly Richards, and on this channel I show you how to learn a new language with stories. To see some of my previous experiments, why not try... 👉 Learn Italian in 3 months: 🤍 👉 Learn Thai in 14 Days: 🤍 👉 Daily Study Routines and Schedules 🤍 Or... 🔈 To ask me language questions, submit a question on my podcast: 🤍 ...or search "I Will Teach You A Language" wherever you get your podcasts! (iTunes, Spotify, etc) Friends of mine who have made other cool videos about language apps: • 🤍 • 🤍

Language Learning: Notion, RemNote And Reverso (French)


French Wiki: 🤍 Reverso Dictionary: 🤍 If you’re looking into using Notion as a language learning tool, I try my best to explain how one can use Notion to actively understand the context of sentences and create a dictionary of sorts. I provide a short tutorial on how to use RemNote in tandem with Notion. As well, I explain how to extract an audio clip from Google Translate or Reverso to retain pronunciation knowledge. Timestamps: 0:00 - Intro 1:57 - My Action Plan (Notion) 5:16 - Webclipper Integration (Notion) 6:25 - RemNote Explanation (RemNote) 7:36 - Flashcard Setup (RemNote) 13:49 - Verb Templates (RemNote) 16:04 - Daily Documents (RemNote) 18:39 - Reverso & Audio Clips (Reverso) 23:53 - French Wiki (Notion) 27:06 - Sentence Identification (Notion) 27:51 - Notion & Audio Clips (Notion) 29:13 - Finding French Articles (Reverso) 30:40 - Sentence Identification w/ Reverso (Notion) 32:03 - Plans For The Future (RemNote) 33:52 - Outro RemNote Template Article: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 More About Notion: 🤍

Target CTET-2020 | Language Development - Acquisition & Learning | Class-04 | English Pedagogy


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