A feedback question from James led us to discussing why we chose the languages we are learning right now.
We don't need them for our working lives, or our everyday lives.
We don't have Welsh or Korean family.
We're not travelling there.
There isn't even a big Welsh or Korean community in our towns.
A lot of you guys might be experiencing the same thing when you're learning a language. It's not the kind of activity that everyone gets up to every morning, so friends and family get curious. We get into the dangers of the "why" question.
We also strayed into discussing the identity of what is "British", and how Britain interacts with language learning. You'll also find out how polyglots are made.Takeaway from This Episode
Should you be asked why you are learning a foreign language (or two...or three), you are not obliged to go looking for a reason that satisfies the other person.Links from this Episode
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