LANGUAGES AND BOOKS
Author: Abisola AkinbolaSubscribed: 19Played: 244
Je m'appelle Abisola Akinbola. I am a language enthusiast and a bookaholic. I speak English, French, Yoruba, Pidgin and I would like to learn Swedish, Spanish, German, Swahili, Igbo and Hindi in the next few years.
Welcome to languages and books, a podcast for language enthusiasts and book lovers. If you're a language enthusiast like me, you love learning languages or reading books, then join me on this amazing journey.
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HOW TOKUN LEARNT FRENCH LANGUAGE
THE BEAUTY OF THE YORUBA LANGUAGE
BECOMING A KOREANOPHILE
HOW STEPHEN LEARNT PORTUGUESE
SEASON ONE FINALE
THE BENEFITS OF LEARNING A NEW LANGUAGE
THE LANGUAGE GAME
THE POWER OF INPUT AND OUTPUT
USE FREQUENCY LISTS TO LEARN YOUR TARGET LANGUAGE
LEARN THE SOUND SYSTEM OF YOUR TARGET LANGUAGE
FIVE PRINCIPLES TO END FORGETTING
THE THREE KEYS TO LEARNING A LANGUAGE
READING TIPS ANYONE?
TRACK YOUR LANGUAGE LEARNING
DEBUNKING SOME MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT LANGUAGE LEARNING
LANGUAGE LEARNING APPS PART 2
LET'S TALK ABOUT LANGUAGE LEARNING APPS, SHALL WE?
IT'S STORY TIME
FLUENCY MADE EASY
LANGUAGE IMMERSION AT HOME ANYONE?
Did you just mention Arabic?? wow!! to think I'm currently in an arab country but i have no interest or zeal to learn this language
very helpful. thank you so much!!
These are really good tips. I noticed that when I practice speaking/reciting more, I remember words without having to read them over again with nothing to show for it.
Thank you for this. The two apps mentioned will make it easier for me to keep track of how many words/ sentences I learn weekly.
These tips are very useful, especially now that I'm learning the Igbo language. I've had people ask me why and I tell them I just love languages and I'm on an African languages journey right now.