How do you learn new vocabulary?
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This episode is different from what you are used listening to. I am basically rambling. The goal was to see if I am able to just speak for a few minutes without stumbling over my own words. I also used the episode to mention some of my previously produced episodes. In my opinion, I am on track and I will continue with my language journey. Thank you very much for your support! www.myfluentpodcast.com.
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My interview series goes on. They are meant to help me becoming a better English speaker. At the same time you get to know about other language learners. A win-win situation.
In this episode, we get to know about a few projects started by Guillaume such as
1. Guillaume's English podcast
Guillaume is a French speaking guy who is currently learning Italian and English.
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In episode 12 I continue with the topic" interviewing other people in your target language" in order to become more fluent.
I interviewed Chris from Canada, who is currently learning Russian.
I did the transcript of the answers as well. This enabled me to even learn more as the process of writing the interview down helped me to memorize good word chunks and vocabulary.
It made a lot of fun and I want to thank Chris for helping me out.
A new day, a new method to get you fluent in your target language! I decided to conduct several interviews with people from all over the world. The thing is that I conduct these interviews in my target language English. My interview partners will be native English speakers but also non–native speakers. In this episode, Chris, a language learner from Canada explains why podcasting in your target language is a good thing.
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