Interviews

Welcome to the Interviews section.

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Learning a language is no easy task. Learning more than one, learning more than one, at the same time, looks like an impossible task. In here we have the pleasure of sharing with you many interviews we’ve conducted with some of the best-known polyglots around the world.

That’s why in here, we have the pleasure of sharing with you many interviews we’ve conducted with some of the best-known polyglots around the world.
Jeff Fuchs, the award-winning explorer, author, photographer, tour guide and tea ambassador who documented his journey traveling and chronicling one of the world’s great trade routes in his book “The Ancient Tea Horse Road.”, tell us how and why ended up learning Mandarin, Chinese, Tibetan, and Hani.
Keith Swayne, a Vancouver-based polyglot, and language teacher, full of interesting stories, shares with you the importance of the relationship you build around yourself and the language itself.

David Mansaray, who in early 2013 decided to left everything behind and took off to Madrid, gives wonderful advice to language learners and travelers alike.
Scott Young, who boarded to Valencia and managed one year without English, tells the world what the ultimate purpose of his project is. Julio César, a passionate language learner with amazing skills in over eight languages, gives advice on learning two similar languages without getting confused and learning a language on one’s own.

Julio César, a passionate language learner with amazing skills in over eight languages, gives advice on learning two similar languages without getting confused and learning a language on one’s own.

Benny Lewis, a polyglot who has been traveling the world for the past 10+ years, tell us how languages and travels have changed his life and the languages he tends to learn in the future, Alex Rawlings– Britains most Multilingual student, shares some advice to learn a foreign language.

Sean Lords, who traveled abroad to teach English talks about his experience in Korea and the importance of learning the language of the country you are traveling to. Alberto Arrighini, who talks about the way he uses books and other kinds of material he enjoys in his everyday life to learn foreign languages and finally, Luca Lampariello who gives his opinion on how to learn a language from scratch.

If you’re a language lover, eager to learn more about language learning, find out here the best tips, advice, and practices given by the best.

What over a Dozen Highly Successful Polyglots Have Taught Me

Over the past 2 years, I’ve had the chance to interview a wide array ...

Language Learning As a Social Experience: Interview With Keith Swayne

[interview below] Today on Lingholic we have Vancouver-based polyglot and language teacher Keith Swayne. ...

Interview With Himalayan Explorer Jeff Fuchs: Tea, Mountains, and Languages

Six thousand kilometers. An eight month groundbreaking expedition. Across the top of the world ...

Languages and Personal Development – Interview with Alberto Arrighini

 [interview video below] Today I’m very happy to have Alberto Arrighini, hailing from Italiano ...

How to Learn a Foreign Language From Scratch, Part 2/2

[interview video below] Welcome to Part 2 of the interview with polyglot Luca Lampariello ...

How to Learn a Foreign Language From Scratch, Part 1/2

[interview video below] Beginning the study of a foreign language from scratch, with virtually ...

Interview with David Mansaray: Living Abroad and Self-Directed Learning

Over a year ago, in early January 2013, David Mansaray left everything behind and ...

The Year Without English – Interview with Scott Young

One year. Four languages. No English. In September 2013, entrepreneur and popular blogger Scott ...

Interview with polyglot Julio César: Romance languages and self-learning

This week I had the pleasure of interviewing Julio César Aragón, a polyglot and ...

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