Welcome to the Interviews section.Here you can find the best advice to learn a language with the most famous polyglots around the world.
Over the past 2 years, I’ve had the chance to interview a wide array of polyglots of all ages and from vastly different backgrounds. From a globe-trotting blogger and a former diplomat to a Himalayan explorer and Britain’s most multilingual student, these passionate people have, more than anything else, deeply […]Read More
[interview below] Today on Lingholic we have Vancouver-based polyglot and language teacher Keith Swayne. Keith is an amazing person full of interesting stories, and in today’s post and interview, he will share with you what 20 years of language learning and teaching has taught him: that relationships matters. Keith’s powerful […]Read More
Six thousand kilometers. An eight month groundbreaking expedition. Across the top of the world from tea’s ancient origins in Yunnan into the Himalayas and beyond, explorer Jeff Fuchs covered the once famous but now all-but-forgotten Tea Horse Road. This “route through the sky,” a pathway that ushered life, commodities, ideas, […]Read More
[interview video below] Today I’m very happy to have Alberto Arrighini, hailing from Italiano Automatico, guest post on Lingholic. I’ve also had the chance to interview Alberto on his language learning and life philosophies, and as you’ll see, Alberto is a very enthusiastic and inspiring young man with lots of […]Read More
Over a year ago, in early January 2013, David Mansaray left everything behind and took off to Madrid, Spain. David grew up in London, and over the past several years he developed a passion for languages, self-development, and learning. One day, he decided he wanted to experience adventure, immerse himself […]Read More