Apr 28, 2015adminArabic24
I thought this was about how to become a hacker.
don’t be intimidated by speaking the language wrong to people, when i meet
someone who knows little English, but is trying to communicate, i don’t get
annoyed, do you?
I’m 12 years old and learning Japanese and English. And I’d like to
practice my languages more and more… Inspirational video! People who want
to be polyglots try to learn a lot of languages at the same time. It
doesn’t work, you must have a consistent knowledge to advance. I study by
myself, no one teaches me directly, I practice on internet and I’m sure,
anyone can do it! I’m not paying, it’s all free. You just have to know
where and how to find the right material, and probably you also must have a
good printer too.
I’m Brazilian and I recommend Lang-8.com and Anki SRS for practicing.
I am trying to learn german, My main problem is that I am afraid of
speaking the language in front of natives… I am worried that I will make
a fool out of myself. I need to just get over that fear because I really do
need practise speaking.
In ALL videos that make claims as “hack language learning” …. “master any
language in x weeks” … “become fluent in x months” …. the presenter
ends up saying (though not literally): study hard, make mistakes, do this,
then do that, you won’t speak like a native, but I assure you it is going
to be great, you will learn a lot and make new friends.
Perhaps all those great language learners who want to share their wisdom
with us should actually use a dictionary and look up the words “master”,
“fluent”, and “hack” before writing the titles for their videos.
I was reminded of when I was working in Italy, one day an Italian colliege
was looking more nervous than usual. I asked him, What’s the matter
Antonio?” He answered, “I have an exam in English today. I am not sure I
will pass it.” The next day, he was even more unhappy looking. I said, “How
did the exam go?”. He said, “I didn’t pass.” After a little thought, I
said to him, “Antonio, you pass the only exam that matters every time I
talk to you.”
If you want to learn Japanese Textfugu.com is a really good site to start
A great and inspirational talk about language learning. I felt similar
things when learning Japanese. I think I’ll try to learn some new languages
sson. Maybe Korean and Chinese first.
I usually watch the TED and it is also a way for me to learn English.Today
I want to share this video with everyone. Hope you can get something from
this video, my precious friends :)
Hi, I speak Arabic and English and I’m interested in learning French. Send
me A message if you want help or want TO help
Benny is a great guy and many are jealous of him only because he is the
demonstration that anyone can be a polyglot and you have no reason to make
excuses! Awesome video Benny, keep up with the good work!
Learn Tamil which is the mother of all language which is proven by Alex
bahut shukriya ,,, thanx a lot ,,, شكرا جزيلا ,,, terima kasih ,,, متشكرم
sobre la perfeccion de hablar el lenguje 10:30 min es mejor tener acento
For anyone learning or wanting to learn a language. This guy is amazing. I
may guilty of a few of the things he mentioned that stifle language
learning, like focusing more on study than using the language >< .
(This is his blog which is worth checking out too:
Haifa is in philistine not in Israel .. BTW
I grew up with Guatemalan Spanish for the first couple years of my life,
but because ive only lived in english speaking countries, my Spanish skills
faded quickly. So now im learning both Japanese and Spanish simultaneously,
and it’s actually easier than you’d think! No se dan por vencidos en tus
metas, incluso si parecen difíciles de alcanzar! がんばってね!! :3
There are seven days in a week, but “someday” is not one of them. That’s
definitely true. It’s now or never. You want to learn a new language, you
should learn now, not wating. Don’t be afraid of making mistakes.
Everybody is human being everybody make mistakes.
The point is you shoud speak confidently and feel great and strong. don’t
be shy. then you’ll speak better and better.
I am a fluent in french and English and a lil bit of hindi as well. I need
an Arabic, Spanish, Danish, and German tutor actually, and perhaps Russian
too. Already set off with Danish and Spanish. I need to learn languages,
I learnt to speak five languages , the first one was English, than Italian,
French Spanish and German as I worked as a tour guide and got the chance to
exchange language abilities just by listening and speaking without studying
at the schools.I know many people in my city that can speak several
languages learnt in their daily lives as tour guides.
Around 2 years ago I started a new project with an American project manager.
Being Dutch, and always having been almost fluent in English since high
school, I was amazed how my (speaking, not writing) English had ‘plummeted’
to a dubious level…
Although years ago an English friend told me I was hard to distinguish from
native speakers, apparently that stage had passed while not practicing ….
Now, the speaking part seemed to have disappeared, leaving me searching for
words, where in the past my mind just seemed to ‘switch to English’ and
never think about it…
Anyway, just staring anew again really got me back on track in no time,
amazing how the human mind works ..)
I even distinctly remember the moment where the ‘mind switches straight to
English’ moment started happening again, that was a great experience …
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Thank you , i am confused with myself and start tired to keep practicing my
I really like to learn thanks for the video
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