Episode 123

Inside Fluentball: Your Questions & Survey Results

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February 11th, 2019

31 mins 16 secs

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About this Episode

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)

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