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Mansaray D. - Language is Culture 2014

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Fotheringham John - Language Mastery - 2009 - 2015

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Hacking Chinese Blog: http://www.hackingchinese.com/

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Understanding Language: Learning and Teaching (Future Learn)

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YouTube Videos

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Broholm C. - The Actual Fluency Podcast for language learners (polyglot podcast) - 2014-2015

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Fluent in Three Months Blog http://www.fluentin3months.com/home/

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Mansaray D. - Language is Culture 2014

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Fotheringham John - Language Mastery - 2009 - 2015

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Hacking Chinese Blog: http://www.hackingchinese.com/

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Understanding Language: Learning and Teaching (Future Learn)

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YouTube Videos

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Broholm C. - The Actual Fluency Podcast for language learners (polyglot podcast) - 2014-2015

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Fluent in Three Months Blog http://www.fluentin3months.com/home/

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General

Polyglot Project: Podcasts, Blogs, Books, Videos

I can already speak English and German (it is my major). Ukrainian and Russian are my native tongues. I am now learning Chinese and can use it in everyday life. I am also learning Spanish. So I have decided to get more information on how to learn languages .i.e. how skilled language learners and polyglots do this. I will post some good thoughts in the comments.

 Goal Accomplishment Criteria

I know much about language learning

  1. Mansaray D. - Language is Culture 2014

    Do you want to learn a language? Maybe you want to improve a language you’ve already started learning? Or perhaps what you need is motivation to keep going? Well if that’s the case, you’ve come to the right place. Here we combine the success stories of everyday learners with advice from experts to equip you with the necessary tools and motivation. It’s easy to make excuses for not learning a language, but we're here to show you that It doesn’t matter if you’re a full-time student, parent or work 9-5, with the right methods and motivation you can succeed. If you’re ready to take your language learning to the next level, take a look at what we have to offer. Let yourself be inspired by real people who have managed to get real results.

    1. EP1 - Are English Speakers Bad at Learning Foreign Languages? (Alex Rawlings)

    2. EP2 - How to Listen Your Way to Fluency in a Foreign Language (Vladimir Skultety)

    3. EP3 - How to Become Integrated Into a New Culture for Language Learning (Richard Simcott)

    4. EP4 - Can You Really Learn a Language Well Without Taking Classes? (Ellen Jovin)

    5. EP5 - Everything You Need to Know About Taking Language Classes Online (María Arlandis )

    6. EP6 - Does language learning become difficult as we get older? (Steve Kaufmann)

    7. EP7 - An Insight Into Mastering The Japanese Language and Understanding Japanese Culture (Luca Toma)

    8. EP8 - How Learning a Language Can Impact Your Life and Personality (Olly Richards)

    9. EP9 - How to Learn a Language Without Travelling Abroad (Keith Brooks)

    10. EP10 - Everything you Need to Know about Improving Foreign Language Pronunciation (Olle Linge)

    11. EP11 - How to Become Good at Language Learning (Anthony Lauder)

    12. EP12 - How to Make the Most of a Language Tutor (Judith Meyer)

    13. EP13 - How to Memorise Foreign Language Vocabulary Easily (Anthony Metivier)

    14. EP14 - How to Live your Life through Language (Luca Lampariello)

    15. Ep15 - Engineering the Successful Language Learner's Mindset (Michał Grześkowiak)

    16. EP16 - Language Learning as a Tool for Personal Development (Randy Hunt)

    17. EP17 - How to Develop a Feel for a Foreign Language (Chris Parker)

    18. EP18 - How to Develop Fluency with Sentences (Mike Campbell)

    19. EP19 - The Transformational Journey in Language Learning (John Fotheringham)

    20. EP20 - The Input Hypothesis (Dr. Stephen Krashen)

    21. EP21 - My Talk at the Polyglot Gathering 2014 (David Mansaray)

    22. EP22 - Italian Culture ( M. Elizabeth Evans)

    23. EP23 - Overcoming Racism and Xenophobia (Baye McNeil)

    24. EP24 - Overcoming Disadvantages

    25. EP 25 - Developing the Language Learning Skill

    26. EP 26 - Personality and Language Learning

    27. EP27 - Success with Language Learning

    28. EP28 - Language Learning and Travel

    29. EP29 - Language and Life

  2. Fotheringham John - Language Mastery - 2009 - 2015

    The Language Mastery show brings you useful language learning tips and exclusive interviews with:

    1. 11 Interview with Olly Richards of I Will Teach You a Language

    2. 01 Interview with Antonio Graceffo Writer, Fighter, Linguist

    3. 02 Interview with Steve Kaufmann, Founder of LingQ

    4. 03 Interview with Dr. Orlando Kelm, UT Professor of Portuguese & Spanish

    5. 04 Interview with Clint Schmidt of LiveMocha

    6. 05 Interview with Randy Hunt of Fluent Every Year

    7. 06 Interview with Arkady Zilberman of Language Bridge

    8. 07 Interview with Jason West of English Out There

    9. 08 Interview with Paulino Brener Educator, Performer & Social Media Expert

    10. 09 Interview with Keith Brooks of Pardon My Norwegian

    11. 10 Interview with Susanna Zaraysky, author of Language is Music

    12. 12 Interview with Ellen Jovin of Words & Worlds of New York

    13. 13 Interview with Benny Lewis of Fluent in 3 Months

    14. 14 Interview with Hyperpolyglot Richard Simcott of SpeakingFluently

    15. 15 Interview with Kevin Morehouse of Language Hero

    16. 16 Interview with Donovan Nagel of The Mezzofanti Guild & Talk in Arabic

    17. 17 Interview with Aaron Myers of The Everyday Language Learne

    18. 18 Interview with Luca Lampariello of The Polyglot Dream

    19. 19 Interview with Chris Broholm of The Actual Fluency Podcast

    20. 20 Interview with Kerstin Hammes of Fluent Language

  3. Hacking Chinese Blog: http://www.hackingchinese.com/

    Hacking Chinese focuses on how to learn Chinese, something which is neglected by most teachers and courses that simply focus on what to learn. By putting the process in focus, I strive to unveil the mysteries of language learning and thereby help you improve the way you learn. I don’t think there is a golden path to instant success, so instead I do my very best to provide both inspiration and information about how to learn, enabling you to find your own way. I have learnt Chinese to an advanced level myself as an adult and I have the relevant education and experience to help you. Let Hacking Chinese be your guide to successful language learning!

    1. Listening strategies: Problem analysis

    2. Listening strategies: Background listening

    3. Listening strategies: Passive listening

    4. Listening strategies: Active listening

    5. Listening strategies: Improving listening speed

    6. Listening strategies: Deliberate practice and i+2

    7. Listening strategies: Diversify your listening practice

    8. Triggering quantum leaps in listening ability

    9. The 10,000 hour rule – Blood, sweat and tears

    10. Make sure listening isn’t a practical problem

    11. How to find more time to practise listening

    12. Learn Chinese by listening to the listener

    13. How to learn to hear the tones in Mandarin

    14. Chinese listening practice with 锵锵三人行

    15. Bite-sized learning isn’t enough to learn Chinese

    16. Immersion at home or: Why you don’t have to go abroad to learn Chinese

    17. You won’t learn Chinese simply by living abroad

    18. Chinese is fascinating and exciting, not weird and stupid

    19. Tones are more important than you think

    20. Learning Chinese words really fast

    21. Benchmarking progress to stay motivated

    22. Enjoying the journey while focusing on the destination

    23. Time quality: Studying the right thing at the right time

    24. Take responsibility for your own learning now

    25. When perfectionism becomes an obstacle to progress

    26. The importance of knowing many words

    27. The time barrel: Or why you have more time than you think

    28. Have fun learning Chinese or else…

    29. Learn by exaggerating: Slow, then fast; big, then small

    30. Achieving the impossible by being inspired

    31. Diversified learning is smart learning

    32. Creating a powerful toolkit: Character components

    33. The art of being corrected

    34. Learning Chinese pronunciation as a beginner

    35. Don’t try to improve everything at once, limit your focus

    36. Playing word games to practise fluency

    37. Recording yourself to improve speaking ability

    38. The virtues of language exchanges

    39. Pros and cons with travelling to learn a language

    40. Can you become fluent in Chinese in three months?

    41. Advancing in spite of praise

    42. Language is communication, not only an abstract subject to study

  4. Understanding Language: Learning and Teaching (Future Learn)

    https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/understanding-language/

    The course takes place over four weeks. It will introduce you to some of the latest ideas in research and practice in language learning and teaching. We will:

    • Explore second language learning and what it means to learn language
    • Consider language classrooms and how teaching affects our language learning
    • Look at the use of technology in teaching, and its benefits and challenges for language learning.
    1. Week 1

    2. Week 2

    3. Week 3

    4. Week 4

  5. YouTube Videos

    YouTube contains excellent videos, especially interviews of different polyglots and language learners

    1. How I went about learning Mandarin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSfkJwmzat4

    2. Tips on learning Mandarin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMQqDWrJ034

    3. Fluent Mandarin in 6 months? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krK8Bj7zxcI

    4. The Seven Secrets of Successful Language Learning https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLgvSZ4LSJg&list=PLFED4984055236DDE&index=1

    5. How to Learn the Hardest Languages https://www.youtube.com/user/poliglotta80

    6. How to become a polyglot. Conversations with Luca https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6AAEYtDktFc

    7. Don't learn useless words | Random language learning tip #4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CRUhPpQBuJw

    8. How To Improve Your Listening Comprehension https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzwR3ddJ368

    9. MEMRISE REVIEW - Does Memrise Suck? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxpoDqSdQrs

    10. Dilemma! Learn a "Useful" Language, or the Language that GRABS You? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gn6bi6VN8pc

    11. How to Speak Multiple Languages Without Mixing Them Up https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PPveTB9Iik

    12. (Edge #3): Meditation and How it Helps You Learn a Language https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZILKRTX9ML0

    13. How to build a language core https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dvnTmH9tN9E

    14. How should we learn grammar? - Some useful tips https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kEpImoVikFQ

    15. Learning more than one language at a time: some useful tips https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MdZnkatthxg

  6. Broholm C. - The Actual Fluency Podcast for language learners (polyglot podcast) - 2014-2015

    The Actual Fluency Podcast is a Podcast for language learners who want to be inspired, informed andentertained on a weekly show.

    Each week I invite top minds of the language learning world to join me and share their knowledge and wisdom.

    1. AFP 01 – David Mansaray: Language Learning and Personal Growth

    2. AFP 02 – Ellen Jovin: Language Learning for Pure Enjoyment

    3. AFP 03 – Judith Meyer: An Incredible Language Learning Journey

    4. AFP 04 – Seán Young: How to Teach Languages the Best Way

    5. AFP 05 – Steve Kaufmann: Canadian superpolyglot and entreprenur

    6. AFP 06 – Chris Broholm: The trifecta of language learning

    7. AFP 07 – Dani Maizner: Austrian polyglot and blogger

    8. AFP 08 – Lindsay Dow: Language lover, blogger and TEFL-certified tutor

    9. AFP 09 – Robin MacPherson: Filmmaker, Learner, Philosopher (1/2)

    10. AFP 10 – Robin MacPherson: Filmmaker, Learner, Philosopher (2/2)

    11. AFP 11 – Olly Richards: Blogger, language learner, guitar player

    12. AFP 12 – Bill Price: Language Learning Blogger

    13. AFP 14 – Russian Episode (In English)

    14. AFP 15 – Ben Whately: Memrise, memory and learning

    15. AFP 16 – Gavan Fantom: Native Esperanto speaker

    16. AFP 17 – Lauren Cutlip and Benny Lewis: Lauren’s Esperanto

    17. AFP 18 – Niels Iversen: A unique approach to language learning

    18. AFP 19 – Brian Kwong: Add1Challenge and tips for success

    19. AFP 20 – Sonja Lang: Toki Pona, Conlanging and the meaning of life

  7. Fluent in Three Months Blog http://www.fluentin3months.com/home/

    Welcome to Fluent in 3 Months (FI3M), a community and learning resource for language learners all around the world.

    I’m Benny Lewis, a fun-loving Irish guy, a full-time globe trotter and international bestselling author.

    Since 2003, I’ve become a fluent and confident speaker of seven languages. And I’m able to have confident conversations in many others.

    I help people just like you to feel confident in speaking another language, even if they’ve only just started learning. My mission in life is giving people permission to make mistakes. The more mistakes you make, the faster you become a confident language learner.

    1. 5 Hacks to Learn Languages by Reading Literature

    2. The Goldilocks Technique: How to Set Language Goals that Are Just Right

    3. Add1Challenge Review: Learn a Language in 90 Days

    4. Ironic post: Why English is all you need to travel the world

    5. Are Maths Geeks Better at Learning Languages?

    6. The Modern Guide to Language Learning

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