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My adventure with Polish: one year later

My adventure with Polish: one year later

      Poland: one year later Exactly one year ago I went to Poland for the second time. It was the perfect opportunity: my good friend Richard Simcott had rented a room in a large apartment right in the heart of Poznan, a city in western Poland, not far from Berlin. It was the...
Is living in-country strictly necessary to learn a foreign language?

Is living in-country strictly necessary to learn a foreign language?

Since moving to Paris, meeting foreigners is a snap for me. I go to the SNAX bar (featured on the CANAL+ show). People meet up there to practice their languages. You get a badge as you walk through the door and you write your name and the languages you speak on it. It is a fantastic...
The secret to living in Catalonia: Amir interviews Luca about his experience in Spain

The secret to living in Catalonia: Amir interviews Luca about his experience in Spain

Amir Orbadayev is a very good friend of mine and a great polyglot. We got to know each other 3 years ago thanks to YouTube. We had great chats on Skype and even recorded some multilingual interviews like this one. Amir has his own YouTube channel  and recently founded an interesting website, where he shares...
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My American Accent

My American Accent

Since I started making videos on YouTube, one of the most common questions has been: how did you learn to speak American English that way? Some people suggested that I must have an American mother or that I simply lived in theUSwhen I was a little kid. Flattered by these suggestions, I decided to share...