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My Polyglot by Jimmymello, Jimmy Mello - 2w ago

Learn a language with the best resources and the best procedure, you can learn any language almost effortlessly using the same approach. You will only need a good textbook with words, sentences and translations. We are going to break the language in pieces and then rebuild it, so that you will be able to reconstruct it in a matter of minutes and recall the sentences almost automatically.

This system was originally developed by Margarita Madrigal, but reached its golden era with Michel Thomas and his Celebrity students. At that time they didn’t really understand what they were doing, only that it worked. After on, Paul Pimsleur a linguist and scientist, started to create another similar way/method with the correct interval (more organic), and the correct moment to feed the brain again.

On this episode we are going to introduce the issue, and follow after on. Those familiar with Michel Thomas will easily recognize his “structures and methodology” in a book of Margarita Madrigal.

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É livro para ler ajoelhado. Livro que não se faz mais, autor que não existe mais. São 30 textos do húngaro Paulo Rónai, editados pela primeira vez há exatos 60 anos. A sensibilidade, a erudição, a inteligência… 

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Language is the medium through which you can communicate your thoughts and ideas. Different languages are common in different cultures and if you want to make your place in a new culture or trying to reach new markets, it would be helpful if you learn their language. Communicating with others in their own native language can leave a pleasant impact on them and they can grasp your intended message effectively. Language is the medium through which you can communicate your thoughts and ideas. Different languages are common in different cultures and if you want to make your place in a new culture or trying to reach new markets, it would be helpful if you learn their language. Communicating with others in their own native language can leave a pleasant impact on them and they can grasp your intended message effectively. 

The rising trend of globalization stresses upon the need forlearning different languages as well. If also want to enhance your skills and wish to learn a language but don’t understand which one to choose, we can help you out.

Identify Purpose:

The first and foremost thing that you need to do is identify the reason why you want to learn a foreign language. Different people have different reasons and the language choice is determined by why you need to learn it. 

For improving language skills• German

German is a highly popular language which is best suited for those who want to learn something other than a Romance language. Particularly, if you are English speaking, you will find many similarities between these two languages. Besides, pronunciation is quite easy too. Simply put, it is easy to learn a language which can add value to your linguistic skills.• Spanish

Spanish is another widely spoken language in the whole world. Learning it can be great fun. Besides, being spoken by numerous people across the globe, it is easier to practice as you will most likely find somebody living around your place with efficient language skills. Besides, Spanish is one of those languages that can be learned fast as the pronunciation system is easy and straightforward. • Japanese

Japanese is among the most fascinating languages that you must learn if you want to enhance your language skills. It has simplephonology but you will have to work hard as the grammatical rules are not easy to learn. However, if you want to learn something challenging yet interesting, Japanese is a suitable option.• Hindi

You might be surprised to know that Hindi is fourth on the list of most spoken first languages on this planet. If you have always been used to of Latin alphabets, learning Hindi would sound a herculean task to you but you just need to concentrate and learn the logic of using different characters. It is great fun to learn the Hindi language.

For Traveling• Mandarin Chinese 

You might already know that the Chinese language has the largest number of native speakers. Besides, the growing influence of China is encouraging people from all over the world to learn their language. Although the language poses significant difficulty and complexity because of the availability of numerous characters but learning it can be very fruitful for you.The writing system is hard to grasp but speaking it is more like fun. Particularly, if you are a frequent traveler, learning Chinese can be very helpful as you will most probably find some Chinese speaking people all across the globe. • Russian

Even if you have no plans to travel to Russia, the Russian language is worth learning. It is widely spoken in Baltic States, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia as well. As a traveler, you must plan to learn Russian. Interestingly, it involves only 33 characters. Once you understand their usage, you can easily be fluent in the Russian language. 

For improving Resume• Arabic

Arabic is also among the widely known and most powerful languages. It has official status in about 27 countries and learning it can open the doors to several employment opportunities for you. The growing commerce and rising political influence of the Middle East suggest that mastering the Arabic language can give you a competitive edge and increase your chances of being hired by the employers.• French

French is among the most powerful and influential languages particularly in North America and Europe. Amazingly, it is the official language in about 29 countries across the globe. Therefore, learning it can be a huge plus and it can add value to your resume. Many people say that French pronunciation is quite tough but we believe it is worth your efforts.

For Being Unique• Quechua

You might not have heard enough about Quechua as it is a minority language which is spoken mostly in Bolivia and Peru as a second language. If you wish to learn a unique language just for fun, this one is an appropriate option for you.• Norwegian

If you are neither planning to travel nor looking for better employment opportunities but aspire to learn a unique language just because you want to do something different, Norwegian is a suitable pick. The language has a distinctive sound which makes it a special one. Besides, it is not taught as commonly as other languages. Moreover, the Norwegian language is quite similar to Danish and Swedish and these three are mutually comprehensible.

The last words

Which foreign language I should learn is a frequently asked question. Well, the answer is simple. The languages mentioned above are some of the most useful languages in the future. You must learn the one which meets your requirements. Each of you may have different reasons for wanting to learn a foreign language. Identify the reason first and then choose a suitable option.

Vanessa Anderson is an enthusiastic and self-reliant creative writer. Her passion for writing and effective communication skills add to her credibility as a writer. In addition to writing for multiple foreign corporations, she enjoys writing poems on current social issues. https://www.marstranslation.com/

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My Polyglot by Jimmymello, Jimmy Mello - 1y ago

Hello there, we are back … now with lots of new and interesting things. This episode is in Spanish next one not sure, but the polyglot community will never be the same.

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