AFP 141 - Anja Spilker on using languages and travels as a reboot, and mental health
January 14th, 2019
On this episode I'm joined by Anja Spilker (CEO and Founder of Zaloa Languages, where we talk about the positive effects learning languages and travelling can have on mental health.
Nothing in this episode is medical or …
AFP 140 - Kerstin Cable on Goalsetting and New Year's Resolutions
January 7th, 2019
Kerstin Cable, host of The Fluent Show and founder of FluentLanguage.co.uk comes on the show to talk about goalsetting and New Year's resolutions. We …
AFP 139 - Lucas Bighetti: The silent method and parrot conversation
December 23rd, 2018
Lucas Bighetti comes on the podcast to talk about his techniques learning many languages quickly. Some of his ideas include: The silent method, parrot conversation, and much more!
📣 This podcast is …
AFP 138 - Elisa Polese: Teaching Multiple Languages at Once
December 16th, 2018
Elisa Polese from Italy comes on the show to share her method of teaching 13 different languages, even teaching several of them with students at the …
AFP 137 - Michele Frolla: Travelling and Languages the Intrepid Way!
December 9th, 2018
Travel Blogger and all-around awesome person Michele Frolla (of The Intrepid Guide) comes on the show to share her tips and advice on how you can …
AFP 136 - Maureen Millward: 1200+ tutoring lessons later + LingoFringo
December 1st, 2018
The new season is here! Happy December!
Scottish polyglot Maureen Millward comes on to show to share her love for learning languages, the new …
AFP 135 - Season Review & Updates (2/2)
November 15th, 2018
In this episode Kris sits down to review the season that's just finished, and talks about the future for the podcast and much more.
This podcast is sponsored by Glossika. Online sentence-based language courses …
AFP 134 - Season Review & Updates (1/2)
November 11th, 2018
In this episode Kris sits down to review the season that's just finished, and talks about the future for the podcast and much more.
This podcast is sponsored by Glossika. Online sentence-based language courses …
AFP 133 - Miroslav Šedivý: Seize every opportunity to learn languages!
November 4th, 2018
In this final interview of the current season one of the first true fans of the podcast; Miroslav Šedivý finally makes an appearance and shares the …
AFP 132 - Josh Koehn: Be inspired by your community
October 21st, 2018
On this show Josh Koehn talks about his early passion for language learning, and gives some examples of how he interacts with his community using his languages.
This podcast is sponsored by Glossika. Online …
AFP 131 - Conor Clyne: Eastern European Travels and Experiences
October 17th, 2018
On this episode we change the topic a little to talk about how one polyglot; Conor Clyne has been using his languages to enhance his travelling …
AFP 130 - Dave Prine: Polyglot Therapy Part 2/2
October 9th, 2018
Be sure to listen to part 1!
In this episode I'm put on the spot by my good friend Dave Prine as we quickly dive into the super heavy topics of what the pursuit of language learning means, and the importance of not …
AFP 129 - Dave Prine: Polyglot Therapy Part 1/2
October 9th, 2018
In this episode I'm put on the spot by my good friend Dave Prine as we quickly dive into the super heavy topics of what the pursuit of language learning means, and the importance of not comparing yourself to other …
AFP 128: Mike Campbell - Glossika and Repetition Learning
October 4th, 2018
In this episode Glossika founder Mike Campbell comes on the show for the first time in 3 years and shares some more musings on effective language learning. Including the power of repetition and contextual …
AFP 127 - Susanna Zaraysky: Music and endangered languages
September 1st, 2018
On this episode Kris welcomes legendary polyglot community contributor Susanna Zaraysky! Susanna is the author of multiple books, and most recently a …
AFP 126 - Azren the Language Nerd
August 18th, 2018
On this episode Kris chats to Azren Raju about learning languages, the intricate psychological battle that your brain is doing when learning new …
AFP 125 - Joey Perugino: Billingual Upbring and LangFest
August 7th, 2018
In this episode of the podcast Langfest Organizer Joey Perugino comes on and talks about his billingual upbringing, organising the Montreal Language Festival, and learning languages (of course!)
LangFest Montreal is …
AFP 124 - Alexander Mynzak: Start your own language school
July 28th, 2018
Ukranian polyglot Alexander Mynzak comes on the podcast and shares his love for learning languages which led him to establish a language school in …
AFP 123 - Daniel Welsch on Spain, Spanish & Teaching English
July 20th, 2018
American Expat in Madrid, Daniel Welsch comes on the show to talk about his experience learning Spanish, moving to Madrid and making a living as an English teacher and blogger/youtuber.
Learn more about Daniel …
AFP 122 - Artem Nazarov on learning similar languages
July 1st, 2018
Russian polyglot Artem Nazarov comes on the podcast to talk about his experience learning languages, including how he rapidly learnt similar …
AFP 121 - Lukas van Vyve on learning languages
June 16th, 2018
Lukas van Vyve comes on to the show to talk about his way to learning a lot of languages in a relatively short period of time. Lots of practical advice and discussions in this one. This podcast is sponsored by Glossika. …
AFP 120 – How language learning can improve mental health!
May 27th, 2018
In this week's special episode Kris shares some of his own mental health battles, and the importance of reaching out and seeking help when you need it.
This episode is brought to you by Glossika language courses. Check …
AFP 119 – Quinn Taber: The power of Immersion
May 21st, 2018
AFP 119 - Quinn Taber: The power of Immersion
AFP 118 – Mihalis Eleftheriou: Language Transfer
May 11th, 2018
AFP 118 - Mihalis Eleftheriou: Language Transfer
AFP 117 – Robin MacPherson: How To Maintain Languages
May 4th, 2018
The podcast returns with one of the most popular guests of all times to discuss how to maintain and reactivate languages at every stage of your …
AFP 116 – Gabriel Wyner: Raising 500K on Kickstarter
October 17th, 2017
Gabriel Wyner's language learning app recently broke all records to become the most crowdfunded app of all time! here we talk about how it all happened.
AFP 115 – Alex Voloza: Mindfulness and language learning
August 16th, 2017
Today's guest is my good friend Alex Voloza and during the show we talk about mindfulness, and how to become succesful at learning languages.
AFP 114 – Kalle Wångstedt: Discovering Language Learning
July 24th, 2017
We often hear about people who discovered language learning at a very young age, but not every learner has that exact story. My guest today Kalle …
AFP 113 – Learning Languages with a Full-Time Job
July 9th, 2017
We're back from Manchester England! In this episode I talk about my recent experience transitioning from a freelancer to a full-time employee when it …
AFP 112 – Sarah Barrett: Introducing Foreign Languages to Children
May 6th, 2017
In this episode I welcome Sarah Barrett to talk about her company Lingotastic, where she introduces young children to foreign languages with games and songs
AFP 111 – Michael Mischkot: How an engineer learns languages
April 26th, 2017
In this episode I welcome Michael Mischkot to talk about his experience learning languages through sentences and immersion (but no classroom classes!)
AFP 110 – Chenelle Hancock: Visually impaired learning
April 9th, 2017
Visually impaired Chenelle comes on to the show to share her inspirational story and experience learning languages.
AFP 109 – Birthday Q&A with Kris
March 25th, 2017
In this episode I answer listener questions about language learning, travelling, Denmark and much more.
AFP 108 – Richard DeLong: 14+ years in Eastern Europe
March 10th, 2017
In this week's episode I'm joined by Richard DeLong, an American who has lived in Eastern Europe most of the last 14 years to share his experiences on foreign language learning.
AFP 106 – Moshe Sherizen on Yiddish
February 12th, 2017
In this week's thematic episode I invite Moshe Sherizen on the podcast to talk about the Yiddish language and the culture behind it.
AFP 105 – Lydia Machova: Interpreting for Tony Robbins and Brian Tracy
February 2nd, 2017
Time for another Actual Fluency Podcast! This week I talk to Lydia Machova about her experiences learning languages, interpreting, and her concept of language mentoring.
AFP 104 – Alex Strick van Linschoten: Learning Pashto in Afghanistan
January 25th, 2017
This week I talk to Alex Strick van Linschoten about his experiences learning language from the "usual" romance languages to the more obscure.
AFP 103 – Gareth Popkins from howtogetfluent.com
January 17th, 2017
Season 5 Premiere! Listen for language learning wisdom and stories from the founder of "How to Get Fluent": Gareth Popkins!
AFP 102 – Dimitrios Polychronopoulos: Inspired by travelling
September 1st, 2016
In this episode I welcome Dimitrios Polychronopoulos to share his language learning story with the rest of us.
AFP 101 – Agnieszka Murdoch: Back to Basics
July 11th, 2016
In this episode I chat to Agnieszka Murdoch about language learning and her recent projects.
AFP 100 – Tim Keeley: Around the World in 40 Languages
June 27th, 2016
In this episode i chat to Tim Keeley to learn more about his extraordinary life of travelling and language learning.
AFP 99 – Fiel Sahir: Indonesia and Indonesian
June 14th, 2016
To learn more about Indonesian and the culture behind it, I invited Fiel Sahir on the podcast to give us all the details.
AFP 98 – Andrew Feinberg: Duolingo and Norwegian
June 8th, 2016
On the show I welcome Andrew Feinberg to talk about how he got into languages and eventually learn Norwegian and contribute to Duolingo.
AFP 97 – David James: Creator of the Gold List Method
June 1st, 2016
During the 2016 Polyglot Gathering I had the pleasure to sit down with Gold List Method creator and all-around legend Mr. David James.
AFP 96 – Marcus Furness: Identity and Culture
May 23rd, 2016
This week I'm happy to welcome long-time listener Christian from Tazmania on to the show to talk about identity, culture and building relationships …
AFP 95 – Eleanor Wroblewski: US Language Learning
May 15th, 2016
On today's program I'm joined by Eleanor Wroblewski, a passionate language learner, student and aspiring comedian to talk about all things language learning, and the state of language learning in the US.
AFP 94 – Noah Oskow: English teacher in Japan
May 8th, 2016
On this Learner Profiles episode I'm joined by Noah Oskow, who works as an English teacher in rural Japan. During the episode we talk about his experience learning Hebrew and Japanese and how that experience shaped him …
AFP 93 – Shannon Kennedy: Introvert language learning
May 1st, 2016
On this episode I talk to Shannon Kennedy about her experience as a language learner as well as a musician with an introverted personality.
AFP 92 – Irina Pravet: Identity, finding home and learning Finnish
March 27th, 2016
Happy Easter! In this episode I talk to Irina Pravet about identity, culture, the weather and also her experience learning Finnish in Finland.
AFP 91 – Fight depression by learning languages
March 11th, 2016
In this episode I list reasons why language learning is a great tool against depression. I also share some tips from my personal experience.
AFP 90 – André Liss: A journey through music
March 3rd, 2016
In this unique episode Canadian hyperpolyglot André Liss takes us on a musical journey through his multilingual life so far.
AFP 89 – Amir Ordabayev: Why being lazy is great
February 25th, 2016
It's time for more learner profiles! In this episode we get into Amir Ordabayev's backstory and find out how he learns languages and the most important criteria for success.
AFP 88 – Wouter Corduwener: Learning from Tourists
February 19th, 2016
The Learner Profiles series is back and in this episode I speak with Wouter Corduwener from the Netherlands.
AFP 87 – Tetsu Yung: Raising Multilingual Children
February 11th, 2016
Today I'm joined by Tetsu Yung on his birthday!! To talk about raising multilingual children and the new polyglot event: North American Polyglot …
AFP 86 – Lindsay Williams: From tutoring to language business
February 4th, 2016
In this episode I catch up with Lindsay Dow from LindsayDoesLanguages to talk about how much her business has grown since last time and language tutoring.
AFP 85 – Keith Swayne: Teaching Languages over Coffee
January 28th, 2016
I'm joined by Canadian polyglot Keith Swayne to talk about learning and teaching languages and his concept: Languages over Coffee.
AFP 84 – Alex Rawlings: Where to live and expat problems
January 14th, 2016
I catch up with legendary Alex Rawlings to talk about where to live in the world, the expat problem and his latest a-ha moments in language learning.
AFP 82 – Richard Benton: Community impact of learning pt. 2
December 27th, 2015
Richard Benton is back for part 2! In this episode we continue to talk about using language learning as a force of good and also the Polyglot …
AFP 81 – Richard Benton: Community impact of learning pt. 1
December 20th, 2015
Richard Benton comes on the podcast and shares his passion of learning languages to create positive change in his community and in the world.
AFP 80 – Ed Cooke: Memrise and the Membus project
December 13th, 2015
CEO of Memrise Ed Cooke comes on the show to talk about Memrise and their latest Membus project.
AFP 79 – Michael Levi-Harris: The Hyperglot Movie (2/2)
December 12th, 2015
Michael Levi Harris who wrote and stars in The Hyperglot movie, is back to wrap up the conversation we started last week. In this episode we continue to talk about language learning and also get into more details about …
AFP 78 – Michael Levi-Harris: The Hyperglot Movie (1/2)
December 9th, 2015
Michael Levi-Harris comes on to the show to talk about his life as a language learner and his movie: The Hyperglot. This is part 1 of 2.
AFP 77 – EvilDea (Richard Delamore): Esperanto
December 1st, 2015
Today I'm joined by the Esperanto youtuber EvilDea, to talk about his experience with Esperanto and how Duolingo is changing the Esperanto landscape.
AFP 76 – Connor Grooms: Spanish in a month and Baselang
November 23rd, 2015
Connor Grooms comes on to the show to talk about his upcoming Documentary: Spanish in a Month and also his new language startup: Baselang.
AFP 75 – Steve Ridout: Bootstrapped language learning startup
November 16th, 2015
On this episode I'm joined by ReadLang founder: Steve Ridout to talk about how he started readlang, and how a software startup can offer freedom.
AFP 74 – Idahosa Ness: Pronunciation Mastery
November 8th, 2015
Mimic Method founder Idahosa comes on the show to talk about the importance of developing pronunciation when learning foreign languages.
AFP 73 – Haikaa Yamamoto: Honour Yourself, others and the planet
November 1st, 2015
Singer/song-writer Haikaa Yamamoto is behind the "Work of Art - A global song" project in which she sings in more than 20 languages.
AFP 72 – Daniel Krasa: Language Vagabonding
September 4th, 2015
In this learner profile we get to hear the story of how Daniel Krasa became a hyperpolyglot and what advice he has for new learners today.
AFP 71 – Dr. Taghreed Al-Saraj: Language Anxiety Part 2
August 21st, 2015
As promised here is the missing part of my talk with language anxiety researcher Dr. Taghreed Al-Saraj. In this episode we get the full picture …
AFP 70 – Kerstin Cable: German Pronunciation
August 14th, 2015
On today's episode I welcome back Kerstin Cable to discuss pronunciation with an emphasis on German and we also get into her latest course which aims to improve your German pronunciation.
AFP 69 – Dr. Taghreed Al-Saraj: Language Anxiety
August 7th, 2015
This week I'm joined by Dr. Taghreed Al-Saraj who is actively researching the phenomenon of language anxiety.
AFP 67 – Roberto Salazar: More Latin and Ancient Greek
July 24th, 2015
Roberto Salazar returns to the show to tell us why we should consider learning Latin and/or Ancient Greek and how we can make the best of it.
AFP 66 – Sam Horrocks: Teaching languages abroad
July 17th, 2015
The podcast is back! In this episode I interview Sam Horrocks about how to use teaching a language to travel the world.
AFP 65 – Vladimir Skultety: 15+ Language Polyglot
June 26th, 2015
In this third episode in the Learner Profile series I'm joined by extremely talented polyglot: Vladimir Skultety. Vladimir speaks around 15 languages …
AFP 62 – Roberto Salazar: Latin and Ancient Greek
June 5th, 2015
In this episode I welcome Roberto Salazar to the podcast to talk about Roberto's experience learning a variety of languages.
AFP 61 – Michał Grześkowiak: Find and maintain motivation
May 29th, 2015
Michal Grzeskowiak comes on the show to motivate and inspire us all to do better in our language learning.
AFP 60 – Fabrício Carraro: Learning Russian in Brazil!
May 22nd, 2015
Fabrício Carraro comes on the show for the first edition of Learner Profiles. A type of episode designed to show you how other people learn languages.
AFP 59 – Carole Westerkamp: Language Learning and NLP
May 15th, 2015
In today's episode I'm joined by Carole Westerkamp and we get to talk a little about learning languages naturally and NLP.
AFP 57 – John Fotheringham: Language Mastery
May 1st, 2015
John Fotheringham of LanguageMastery.com joins me to take a general chat about language learning including methods, mentality and much more.
AFP 56 – Lauren Lewis: Fi3M and Learning Russian
April 24th, 2015
Lauren Cutlip returns to the show and talks about her experience learning Russian as well as being a part of the Fluent in 3 Months team.
AFP 55 – Jimmy Mello: Language Teaching
April 17th, 2015
Jimmy Mello comes on the show to talk about teaching languages for more than 20 years and how his own personal method: The Mello Method came to be.
AFP 54 – Claudio Santori: Startups and viral learning
April 10th, 2015
Claudio Santori comes on the show to talk about language learning software-based start-ups and share his recent experience of going viral in Lithuania.
AFP 53 – Anthony Metivier: Memory Palaces
April 3rd, 2015
Anthony Metivier comes on the show to answer all my questions about memory palaces and shares an exclusive bonus with the AFP audience.
AFP 52 – Anthony Lauder: Being an Expat
March 27th, 2015
Anthony has been living in the Czech Republic for over 10 years and comes on to the show to share his tips and tricks for aspiring expats.
AFP 51 – Chuck Smith: Duolingo and The Polyglot Gathering
March 20th, 2015
Chuck Smith is back to talk about the upcoming Polyglot Berlin Gathering, but we also get a rare behind the scenes look into Duolingo.
AFP 50 – Benny Lewis: Language Encouragement
February 20th, 2015
In the season finale of the podcast I'm joined by none other than Benny Lewis. We talk about language encouragement, the community, and much more.
AFP 48 – Mike Campbell: Sentence-based learning and Glossika
February 6th, 2015
On today's podcast episode I'm joined by Glossika founder, Michael Campbell. Mike and I talk about sentence-based language learning and how Glossika works. We also get into the state of language learning today, as well …
AFP 47 – Dealing with burnouts in language learning
January 30th, 2015
How to deal with burnouts as a language learner. In this episode I talk extensively about feeling burned out and what you can do to get back on track.
AFP 46 – Gabriel Wyner: Perfect pronunciation and flashcards
January 23rd, 2015
Gabriel Wyner comes on the show to talk about how you can perfect your pronunciation in foreign languages, as well as how make awesome flashcards.
AFP 45 – Robin MacPherson: Developing the method
January 16th, 2015
Robin MacPherson comes back to talk about language learning methods. Specifically how to develop your own, that works best for you to keep you interested.
AFP 44 – Vladimir Georgiev: Denmark and Learning Danish
January 9th, 2015
Today I'm talking to Vladimir Georgiev, a Bulgarian national who ventured on to Learn Danish and even live in Denmark for an extended period of time.
AFP 43 – Benson Hoi: Programming and language learning
January 2nd, 2015
On today's show I'm happy to welcome Benson Hoi, a programmer by day and aspiring polyglot by night. Benson talks about programming and language …
AFP 42 – Goals and Goal-Setting
December 26th, 2014
In this week I'm doing something a bit different and talking about goals and goal-setting, just in time for new year's resolutions.
AFP 41 – Christopher Huff: Toki Pona and Polyglot Gatherings
December 19th, 2014
Chris Huff, my good friend comes on the show to talk about about learning languages, toki pona and polyglot gatherings.
AFP 40 – 10 Language learning lessons learned so far
December 12th, 2014
In today's episode I'm back doing another solo episode, and this time I'm talking about 10 lessons I've learnt about language learning by doing the …
AFP 39 – André Müller: Studying linguistics and learning scripts
December 5th, 2014
André Müller comes on to the show to talk about language learning, studying linguistics, conlanguages and much more.
AFP 37 – Ladan Jiracek: Travel wisdom from 80 countries
November 21st, 2014
Ladan Jiracek, who's travelled to as many as 80 countries around the world, comes on the show to share his best travel tips and tricks
AFP 36 – Alex Rawlings: Most multilingual student of Britain
November 14th, 2014
Alex Rawlings comes on to the show to share his journey to 12+ languages. We talk about general language learning, natural learning and much more.
AFP 35 – Conor Clyne: From monoglot to hyperpolyglot round 2
November 7th, 2014
Conor Clyne returns for a second round, where he goes into speaking languages in public, language shifting and his top tips for learning Russian.
AFP 34 – Conor Clyne: From monoglot to hyperpolyglot
October 31st, 2014
On this episode: The Language Tsar, Conor Clyne, who went from speaking one language out of high school to now speaking over 10 of them!
AFP 33 – Alberto Arrighini: Self-development and motivation
October 24th, 2014
Motivation to learn a language is one of the hardest topics out there. How do we get motivated? I asked this question to 5am-riser and succesaholic …
AFP 32 – Kerstin Hammes: How to become a (better) teacher
October 17th, 2014
Kerstin Hammes from FluentLanguage.co.uk comes by the show to share ways you can become a better teacher and stop selling yourself short.
AFP 31 – Leszek Trybała: The young polyglot revolution
October 10th, 2014
On today's episode I'm joined by 17-year old Leszek Trybała, to hear about how he finds the motivation to study flashcards several hours a day and …
AFP 30 – Luca Lampariello: The Polyglot Dream
October 3rd, 2014
Luca Lampariello joins me for this 30th celebratory special to share exactly what it means to live the Polyglot Dream and how languages changed his …
AFP 29 – Judith Meyer: Learning Chinese and developing LearnYu.com
September 26th, 2014
Judith Meyer shares her best tips and tricks for learning Mandarin Chinese as well as introducing us to the wonders of her automagic Chinese course LearnYu
AFP 28 – Victor Berrjod: Asian languages and gold listing!
September 19th, 2014
Victor Berrjod comes onto the show to talk about his passion for asian languages and how he uses a method known as goldlisting to memorise vocab and …
AFP 27 – Anthony Lauder: From polynot to polyglot
September 12th, 2014
Anthony Lauder comes onto the show to talk about his approach to language learning, which focuses on what really matters. Great episode!
AFP 26 – Andrew Williams: A language a year for life
August 29th, 2014
Andrew Williams started learning a language a year, when he was young, after his father advised him to so. He now speaks an unheard number of …
AFP 25 – Robert Bigler: Translation and Interpretation
August 22nd, 2014
Robert Bigler, professional translator and interpreter comes on to the show to talk about learning languages and working as a professional polyglot.
AFP 24 – Simon Ager: Omniglot and Learning minority languages
August 15th, 2014
Simon Ager, founder of Omniglot, comes onto the show to talk about his language learning experiences as well as discussing how he learns languages today.
AFP 23 – Jan van der Aa: Travel the world and learn languages
August 8th, 2014
Jan van der Aa, the famous polyglot, comes onto the show to talk about travelling the world and learning languages
AFP 22 – Chuck Smith: Polyglot Berlin and Esperanto
August 1st, 2014
Chuck Smith comes on to the show to talk about the Polyglot Berlin Gathering, Esperanto and some practical language learning.
AFP 21 – Richard Simcott: 20th Episode Special!
July 25th, 2014
Richard Simcott joins me on this 20th episode special, where we get into language conferences, learning and much more!
AFP 20 – Sonja Lang: Toki Pona, Conlanging and the meaning of life
July 18th, 2014
Sonja Lang comes on the show to talk about her language: Toki Pona, conlanging in general and how it helped in her search for the meaning of life.
AFP 19 – Brian Kwong: Add1Challenge and tips for success
July 11th, 2014
Brian Kwong comes on the show to talk about the latest edition of the Add1Challenge, which provides many benefits and motivation compared to learning …
AFP 18 – Niels Iversen: A unique approach to language learning
July 4th, 2014
Niels Iversen, the well known forum poster from HTLAL comes on to talk about his unique approach to learning languages.
AFP 17 – Lauren Cutlip and Benny Lewis: Lauren’s Esperanto
June 27th, 2014
Benny Lewis and Lauren Cutlip are on the show live from Berlin to discuss the polyglot gathering as well as Lauren's Esperanto challenge!
AFP 16 – Gavan Fantom: Native Esperanto speaker
June 20th, 2014
Gavan Fantom, native Esperanto speaker is on the show to talk about how he was brought up with Esperanto as a first language. We also talk in great details about the language itself along with practical tips and …
AFP 15 – Ben Whately: Memrise, memory and learning
June 13th, 2014
Ben Whately, COO of Memrise comes by the podcast to talk about Memrise, including the science behind and future initiatives such as premium memberships!
AFP 12 – Bill Price: Language Learning Blogger
May 30th, 2014
Bill Price comes on to the show to discuss language learning, finding motivation, organising your learning and what resources or materials to use.
AFP 11 – Olly Richards from IWillTeachYouALanguage.com
May 23rd, 2014
Olly is a well known polyglot and blogger, who comes on the show to talk about language learning, with particular emphasis on Cantonese and Japanese.
AFP 10 – Robin MacPherson: How I Learn Languages (2/2)
May 16th, 2014
Robin MacPherson returns to the show to tell us exactly how he adds languages today and how that differs from when he first started. Lots of gold in …
AFP 09 – Robin MacPherson: Finding Home and Isolation Abroad 1/2
May 9th, 2014
Robin MacPherson is on the show and shares his intense story of the difficulties he faced when trying to live in a foreign country and learning the …
AFP 08 – Lindsay Dow: Language lover, blogger and TEFL-certified tutor
May 2nd, 2014
Lindsay Dow comes on the show to share her love of languages, including learning and teaching them. She also shares her top tips!
AFP 07 – Dani Maizner: Austrian polyglot and blogger
April 25th, 2014
Dani Maizner: Austrian polyglot and blogger comes on to the show to share how she learned 9 languages to varying degrees. She also shares a-ha …
AFP 06 – The Basics of Independent Language Learning
April 18th, 2014
On this first solo episode Kris takes you through his trifecta of language learning which includes a ton of great websites and resources to help you …
AFP 05 – Steve Kaufmann: Canadian superpolyglot and entreprenur
April 11th, 2014
Steve Kaufmann comes on the Podcast and shares his way to speaking 12 languages, language learning in general, challenges and his website LingQ. Do not miss this Episode!
AFP 04 – Seán Young: How to Teach Languages the Best Way
April 4th, 2014
Seàn Young has taught Languages for more than 30 years and comes on the Podcast to share his philosophies and ninja tricks on how to become a better language teacher. We also go into how he learns languages and how to …
AFP 03 – Judith Meyer: An Incredible Language Learning Journey
March 28th, 2014
Judith Meyer is on the Podcast and talks about her incredible journey towards speaking over 12 languages, starting with English, Esperanto and Latin. She also shares her best language learning tips, that helped her to …
AFP 02 – Ellen Jovin: Language Learning for Pure Enjoyment
March 21st, 2014
Ellen Jovin swings by the Podcast to talk about her love of language learning and gives her opinion on the best way to learn languages today. Ellen has studied 17 languages to various degrees and within the Podcast you …