How to learn 9 languages ​​by TED Talk speaker

How to learn 9 languages ​​by TED Talk speaker

Lydia Machova, PhD in translation, TED Talk speaker, shared how to learn foreign after becoming fluent in 9 languages, including English, German, Spanish, French, Russian ... Lydia Machova has never lived abroad but speaks Slovak, English, German, Spanish, French, Polish, Esperanto, Russian and Swahili. 7 out of 9 languages ​​are used fluently by Lydia. Lydia holds a PhD in translation and is a speaker at TED Talk. Her videos about the secrets of learning a new language hit a million views in just five days. Below is Lydia's share of language learning.

6 ways to learn a foreign language for adults

6 ways to learn a foreign language for adults

As a child, learning a language with Elena Prokopets, in Besancon, France was "as easy as candy", but as an adult everything changed. Knowing four languages: English, French, Russian, Ukrainian, Elena Prokopets shares a method of learning foreign languages ​​for adults. I am a bilingual child and started learning a third language at the age of three. When I was a kid, learning and memorizing new words and grammar rules was as easy as eating candy. I was always one of the best in a language class.

Benefits of knowing two languages

Benefits of knowing two languages

Language energizes the brain, shapes our thoughts and enables us to communicate better. Vocabulary, idioms, and slang form language, which determines how we see and understand the world. If you only know one language, the world has obvious limitations. And in this era without borders, knowing only one language is considered obsolete, even if international languages ​​like English are your native language.

10 tips for learning English effectively

10 tips for learning English effectively

With a huge number of words (approximately 200,000 separate words) and strange spelling ways, learners are not easy to master English in a short time. Education First, the world's leading educational organization for Swiss language, academia and cultural experience, offers 10 tips for you to optimize your English learning time.

How to learn a third language

How to learn a third language

Proficient in 10 languages, Benny Lewis (Irish nationality) shares how to learn a third language after using his mother tongue and one foreign language fluently. Many people can use a foreign language fluently as their mother tongue, but hesitate to continue learning another language. This is a huge waste, because once you have mastered the necessary skills to master one foreign language, it will be much faster to learn another language.

5 popular but ineffective ways to learn foreign languages

5 popular but ineffective ways to learn foreign languages

Proficient in 10 languages, Benny Lewis (Irish national) shares five popular but ineffective learning methods and remedial guides. Meeting many friends learning a foreign language, I found the general situation as follows. After planning to learn a new language, learn by yourself or be introduced by acquaintances with some "not-to-miss" learning methods such as course registration, watching movies, listening to music.

Five reasons to learn Italian

Five reasons to learn Italian

With over 63 million users and recognized as one of the 20 most popular languages ​​globally, Italian is the language to learn. Italian is the official language of Italy, Switzerland, Croatia and Slovenia. The Education First page (Switzerland) suggests five reasons to start learning this language.

Five ways to learn Japanese at home

Five ways to learn Japanese at home

Learners can watch cartoons (anime), cook food and learn by themselves according to the Japanese language curriculum at home if they cannot afford to live in this country. When you tell others that you want to learn Japanese, many people's first advice is to try to live in Tokyo, Osaka or Kyoto, to immerse yourself in the native language. However, in many cases, your actual school environment is at home. However, studying at home is not necessarily a hindrance to your Japanese learning, with the following tips.

How do American diplomats learn foreign languages?

How do American diplomats learn foreign languages?

It can be impossible for many people to master a language from four months to a year, but for US diplomats it is normal. Shawn Kobb has been a US State Department diplomat for more than 10 years, having worked in Ukraine, the Bahamas, Washington DC, Afghanistan and Austria. He shares his language learning style with his colleagues.

10 movies for better language learning

10 movies for better language learning

If you want to practice Spanish, check out Warehoused and Roman; If you need to improve your German, you cannot miss The lives of others. Watching movies requires concentration, especially when you're new to a foreign language. Many studies show that learning to communicate through movies and music is much more effective than traditional learning through books.

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