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The Fluent Show

100 EpisodesProduced by Kerstin CableWebsite

Learn a Language...Or Maybe Three!I'm Kerstin from Fluent Language, and together with my co-host Lindsay from Lindsay does Languages, I'm on a mission to help you get excited about language learning. We both learn languages every day in our lives, and we have learnt over 15 different languages betwe… read more

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Inside Fluentball: Your Questions & Survey Results

In this episode, you'll hear about the results of the Fluent Show survey, followed by your questions on my personal language learning thoughts and story.

Top 5 Languages Studied by Fluent Show Listeners
  1. Spanish
  2. French
  3. German
  4. Italian
  5. Russian

But that is far from everything, so here is the complete amazing list of 43 languages you guys are studying: Chinese, English, Japanese, Korean, Swedish, Arabic, Dutch, Greek, Persian, Irish, Norwegian, Hawaiian, Vietnamese, Icelandic, Polish, Sign Languages, Esperanto, Scottish Gaelic, Welsh, Sicilian, Portuguese, Kumeyaay, Latin, Luxembourgish, Xhosa, Zulu, Setswana, Yiddish, Hindi, Afrikaans, Danish, Hmong, Thai, Slovak, Malagasy, Finnish

Your Questions, My Answers

Here are the language learning questions I answered in this episode of the Fluent Show

Have you ever considered another profession or do you have another passion? (from Nikolapolyglot, IG)

Tell us more about your education, college, internships (Michelle, Twitter)

How is Luxembourgish changing your perspective on your own native German dialect?” (Val.5467, IG)

How you choose which languages to learn, and if you've ever given up on a language and why. (Spanish con Salsa, Twitter)

Get Involved

If you want to get involved with the Fluent Show in more ways, here are some ideas:

1. Send An Intro For The Show

You can become the welcoming voice of this podcast! Record an introduction in a language of your choice, saying

  • what your name is
  • where you live
  • which language you're speaking
  • and "you're listening to the Fluent Show"

Then email your intro as an audio clip to kerstin@fluentlanguage.co.uk, and get excited to hear yourself on the show.

Thank you to Bonnie for this episode introduction.

2. Sign Up To The Newsletter
Receive my free weekly newsletter with language learning tips. This is how you can be first to find out about retreats, new language courses, and podcast episodes.

3. Support This Podcast
If you liked this episode, please tell someone about it. Click here to tweet about the show, go to your Podcasts app and leave us a review, or simply text a friend about the Fluent Show. Thank you!

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