PDF [Download] Fluent in 3 Months: How by Chemsempa - IssuuWith an OverDrive account, you can save your favorite libraries for at-a-glance information about availability. Find out more about OverDrive accounts. Benny Lewis, who speaks over ten languages—all self-taught—runs the largest language-learning blog in the world, Fluent In 3 Months. Lewis is a full-time "language hacker," someone who devotes all of his time to finding better, faster, and more efficient ways to learn languages. Lewis argues that you don't need a great memory or "the language gene" to learn a language quickly, and debunks a number of long-held beliefs, such as adults not being as good of language learners as children.
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When the autumn and winter months arrive, we pack up our bathing suits, short shorts and sundresses in favor of snow pants and winter coats. The same holds true for the many stages of learning Italian. The complete collection is worth investing in at the intermediate and advanced stages as well. With Spanish, I followed the very principles of language learning that this book is suggesting. These principles are:. I studied in a classroom, never spoke to native speakers and never used fun materials that related to my personal interests—so the joy was quickly sucked out of learning.
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Today I've got an interesting treat for you all! Almost , words pages of free information about learning languages. You have everything from brief to-the-point advice, to short biographies… to long biographies, and to inspirational stories. There are lots of language learners I have been in touch with including Moses McCormick , Stujay and Anthony Lauder all of whom also contributed to the Language Hacking Guide , as well as several others that I have talked with… and even some I've argued with. Claude got in touch with me just as the project was coming to a close and I was happy to contribute my own chapter to the book. I talk about the kind of communicative advice I write in the Guide and on this blog. There are also a lot of general alternatives to the traditional academic approach and lots of encouragement and positive attitude.