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Hey guys, My name is Nana and I am new to this community! I am fluent in 4 languages (Armenian, Russian, English, French) and currently I am working on my 5th one (Spanish)! Most of them I learned in school when I was young and now I am learning Spanish in college. But I know that for a lot of people the foreign language curriculum is not useful and mnay people cannot learn languages efficiently in school setting. So, I was wondering if you guys have personal experience you could share and tell everyone what works for you best. And, of course, any tips or recommendations (online apps or programs or youtube channels) or anything that helped you become one step closer to mastering a language is more than welcome!
Hi folks! I started my own podcast in my target language English in order to become more fluent. It's not that easy as I'm still intermediate / upper-intermediate. But I could learn very much in the last 7 weeks. In my opinion such a project is perfect to boost your langauge skills (and other skills) to the next level! Here is the site with the podcast Feed address: My fluent podcast I also started with my website my fluent podcast But the website is very basic as I am not that into website creating. It's not that simple. Maybe you are also a very motivated language learner who is intrested in podcasting. Maybe we could team up. I speak French, Spanish, Swiss.German and German. Some of my episodes: E01-Learning through TV Series and Movies - Netflix E02-Shall I learn through TV Series or Movies? E03- go forward by making mistakes E04- go forward by making mistakes 2 MFP - 5 fresh, dirty tips to boost your speaking skills If you have any ideas, suggestions, critics, I would be glad to hear from you. The whole project is meant to be a community project where we could help each out with our language studies. Daniel Goodson