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#303 – Steve and Alex – Confidence (Part 1)

2013-05-15

Confidence comes when you are proficient at something. Confidence is also very important in the learning process. How does confidence improve your ability to learn language? Difficulty: Intermediate Category: Language Duration: 13:12 Click here to listen to Confidence (Part 1). Click here to see the full transcript of this podcast. Here’s an excerpt from the [...]…

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#302 Steve and Alex – Multilingualism (Part 2)

2012-05-11 :: LingQ.com

How many languages do you know? What motivated you to learn a foreign language? In this podcast, Steve and Alex discuss the importance of motivation in learning a language and about the importance of promoting multilingualism. Difficulty: Intermed...…

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#301 Steve and Alex – Multilingualism (Part 1)

2012-04-20 :: LingQ.com

How many languages do you know? What motivated you to learn a foreign language? In this podcast, Steve and Alex discuss the importance of motivation in learning a language and about the importance of promoting multilingualism. Difficulty: Intermed...…

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#300 Steve and Alex – Passive vs. Active Vocabulary (Part 2)

2012-03-09 :: LingQ.com

Do you know a word when you can recognize it, or do you have to be able to actively use it? What does it mean to really know a word, and is having a large active vocabulary as useful as having a large passive vocabulary? In this podcast, Steve and...…

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#299 Steve and Alex – Passive vs. Active Vocabulary (Part 1)

2012-02-21 :: LingQ.com

Do you know a word when you can recognize it, or do you have to be able to actively use it? What does it mean to really know a word, and is having a large active vocabulary as useful as having a large passive vocabulary? In this podcast, Steve and...…

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#298 Steve and Alex – About World Leaders (Part 2)

2012-01-10 :: LingQ.com

Steve and Alex talk about various world leaders, including Vaclav Havel, Kim Jong Il, Dr. Martin Luther King and more. They discuss how these leaders came into power, why they became prominent and what they are known for. Difficulty: AdvancedCateg...…

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Beginner #48 – Eating Out, Part 14

2011-12-30 :: LingQ.com

A simple dialogue which takes place in a restaurant. Part 14 of 14 episodes. It is a good idea to listen many times to each part. This story is available in other languages at LingQ. You can use these versions to provide a direct translation. Diff...…

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#297 Steve and Alex – About World Leaders (Part 1)

2011-12-30 :: LingQ.com

Steve and Alex talk about various world leaders, including Vaclav Havel, Kim Jong Il, Dr. Martin Luther King and more. They discuss how these leaders came into power, why they became prominent and what they are known for. Difficulty: AdvancedCateg...…

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Beginner #47 – Eating Out, Part 13

2011-12-30 :: LingQ.com

A simple dialogue which takes place in a restaurant. Part 13 of 14 episodes. It is a good idea to listen many times to each part. This story is available in other languages at LingQ. You can use these versions to provide a direct translation. Diff...…

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Beginner #46 – Eating Out, Part 12

2011-12-30 :: LingQ.com

A simple dialogue which takes place in a restaurant. Part 12 of 14 episodes. It is a good idea to listen many times to each part. This story is available in other languages at LingQ. You can use these versions to provide a direct translation. Diff...…

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Beginner #45 – Eating Out, Part 11

2011-12-30 :: LingQ.com

A simple dialogue which takes place in a restaurant. Part 11 of 14 episodes. It is a good idea to listen many times to each part. This story is available in other languages at LingQ. You can use these versions to provide a direct translation. Diff...…

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#296 Steve and Alex - Motivation (Part 2)

2011-10-21 :: support@lingq.com (LingQ.com)

Steve and Alex discuss the importance of motivation in learning a language, and how forcing people to learn a language often breeds poor results.

Difficulty: Intermediate
Category: Language  
Duration:  11:02

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Steve: It’s just that I have put in that much effort into learning these other languages. Other people, for whatever reasons, didn’t have the time to do it, but the fact of speaking 10 versus two versus five, to me it’s got nothing to do with it. It’s just that that’s where I have chosen to spend my time.

 Alex: Yeah, exactly.

Steve: It’s like a musician. If the musician doesn’t spend any time learning to play the trumpet he won’t know how to play the trumpet, but if he takes it upon himself to learn to play the trumpet he’ll be able to learn it.

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#295 Steve and Alex - Motivation (Part 1)

2011-10-03 :: support@lingq.com (LingQ.com)

Steve and Alex discuss the importance of motivation in learning a language, and how forcing people to learn a language often breeds poor results.

Difficulty: Intermediate
Category: Language  
Duration:  13:31

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Steve:    Good. Yeah, it's time to have another podcast. You know, one subject that comes up and we're both, obviously, interested in languages and learning languages and many of the people who listen to this podcast, by definition, they're interested in learning languages, whether it be English or some other language. There was a discussion on our forum about what are your motivations. Actually, one of our LingQ members from China said what is your motivation for learning Chinese and then there was a discussion about motivation and so forth.

Of course, most often you hear you should learn Chinese because you should. It's a bit like in Canada you should learn French and, of course, because in Canada we should learn French, in fact, very few people learn French because you should learn French. So, now, it's you should learn Chinese because the economy is growing and you might get a job. Does that really work, you should learn?

Alex:    My experience has been the exact opposite. Whereas, when I was in elementary school I was in Canada and we had French, obviously, mandatory French lessons. When I was in grade seven I moved to the United States and I guess grade seven and eight I didn't do any language study. When I hit grade nine -- high school -- then there was the option to take either French or Spanish. So I thought well, I already have some background in French and I have to take a language anyway so I'll just take French. I'll say, quite honestly, at that point I really had about zero interest in French. It was just to kind of fill that requirement.

 


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#294 Steve and Alex - Forgetting Languages

2011-09-13 :: support@lingq.com (LingQ.com)

Steve and Alex talk about their experiences related to forgetting languages, and Alex shares about his new goal to learn French again.

Difficulty: Intermediate
Category: Language  
Duration:  15:19

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Steve: I’ve mentioned this on my blog on a couple of occasions and on every occasion people have come back and said yeah. I thought I was the only one. That’s true. I mean it may not be true for everyone, but it’s true for a lot of people. True for a lot of people, so I would not worry. If you set your Korean aside and worked on Chinese or French or whatever for six months, you would go back to Korean and you’d do better.

Alex: Yeah. I think that’s an interesting thing, too, to take it from another perspective, is if you’ve been studying a language for a long time and you’re feeling what we talked about before, the doldrums or whatever, it’s good to take a break because that may in fact give you some time to process all that and refresh yourself with some other stuff and you go back to it with a new outlook.


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#292 Steve and Alex - Starting from Scratch (Part 1)

2011-08-24

Steve and Alex talk about good ways to start learning a language from scratch and share their experiences. Difficulty: Intermediate Category: Language Duration: 11:05 Click here to listen to Starting from Scratch (Part 1). Click here to see the full...…

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#293 Steve and Alex - Starting from Scratch (Part 2)

2011-08-24 :: support@lingq.com (LingQ.com)

Steve and Alex talk about good ways to start learning a language from scratch and share their experiences.

Difficulty: Intermediate
Category: Language  
Duration:  12:10

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Alex: I think that’s the thing, too, of having the confidence. Like you said before, you read a text in Czech you know three words. You listen to it five more times and then you read it again and you know seven words.

Steve: Right. 

Alex: I think a lot of people get very discouraged at that, but I think it takes the know how to understand every little step counts and every little bit that you do is going to help you in the long run.


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#292 Steve and Alex - Starting from Scratch (Part 1)

2011-08-15 :: support@lingq.com (LingQ.com)

Steve and Alex talk about good ways to start learning a language from scratch and share their experiences.

Difficulty: Intermediate
Category: Language  
Duration:  11:05

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Steve: I know that if I keep washing these words over me, listening to them, reading them, reviewing them, that they will eventually stick because that has happened to me in all these other languages, so I’m confident. Like I’m climbing up this mountain, I know I’m going to reach the peak.

Alex: Yeah.

Steve: Someone who hasn’t done this before is gee, I wonder how far it is. Am I going to make it? I’ll never get anywhere. I’ll get stuck. I’ll get lost. So they have all these kinds of apprehensions, which I don’t have. 

But, yeah, with Portuguese it took me forever, listening to Living Language, listening to Teach Yourself. I went to Portugal and I really couldn’t understand what people were saying. Although, I could read the newspaper, it’s largely the same, right? Whereas, now I feel after 10 days I’m very confident that in a year from now if I go to Prague I’ll be able to communicate.



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#291 Steve and Alex - Language Learning Proverbs

2011-07-18

Steve and Alex continue their discussion on how various different proverbs can be applied to language learning. Difficulty: Intermediate Category: Language Duration: 11:58 Click here to listen to Language Learning Proverbs. Click here to see the full tran…

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#291 Steve and Alex - Language Learning Proverbs

2011-07-18 :: support@lingq.com (LingQ.com)

Steve and Alex continue their discussion on how various different proverbs can be applied to language learning.

Difficulty: Intermediate
Category: Language  
Duration:  11:58

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Alex: Yeah. Cool. Here’s another one, “Strike while the iron is hot.” Speaking from personal experience, there are moments where I feel super motivated to do something and there are moments where I feel completely unmotivated to do it. But the idea of “strike while the iron is hot”, I think this can be applied in the sense of if you’re motivated to do something, at that moment you start. You do it. You make your best effort to make that a habit so that then when maybe your motivation is staring to kind of dwindle that you still have this as a habit. You’ve set it in stone while you were motivated and you can continue on even when you don’t feel motivated.

Steve: I fully agree and I would add two comments. One is that when you are motivated, because our motivation does fluctuate, then you should just go at it until that motivation peters out. If it means three hours, four hours that day, just go at it. You’re in the mood.

The other thing is, as you say, if we take advantage of when we’re motivated, we can develop some good habits which will tide us over when we’re a little bit less motivated. So, in both senses we’re taking advantage of a situation and we’re striking while the iron is hot.



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#290 Steve and Alex - Language Learning Plateau

2011-07-12

Steve and Alex discuss what it means to experience a plateau in language learning and offer some tips in how to overcome this feeling. Difficulty: Intermediate Category: Language Duration: 12:18 Click here to listen to Language Learning Plateau. Click her…

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#290 Steve and Alex - Language Learning Plateau

2011-07-08 :: support@lingq.com (LingQ.com)

Steve and Alex discuss what it means to experience a plateau in language learning and offer some tips in how to overcome this feeling.

Difficulty: Intermediate
Category: Language  
Duration:  12:18

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Steve:    But, I mean, if I worried about it for every one of the languages that I speak I would really be tongue tied. I wouldn't speak them at all.
Alex:    Yeah.
Steve:    It's only by speaking them that we really improve in speaking. Obviously, we can improve our comprehension by listening and reading, by increasing our vocabulary. But, ultimately, speaking is a specific skill so at some point you've got to speak a lot.


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#289 Steve and Alex - Steve's Trip to Russia (Part 2)

2011-07-04

Steve talks about his recent trip to Russia, including the places he went, the people he met and the experience of traveling to Russia after learning Russian for four years. Difficulty: Intermediate Category: Travel Duration: 9:14 Click here to listen...…

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#289 Steve and Alex - Steve's Trip to Russia (Part 2)

2011-06-29 :: support@lingq.com (LingQ.com)

Steve talks about his recent trip to Russia, including the places he went, the people he met and the experience of traveling to Russia after learning Russian for four years.

Difficulty: Intermediate
Category: Travel  
Duration:  9:14

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Steve: So, yeah. I mean, I feel that my Russian took a big step forward and my motivation is greater than it ever was. But, it was nice to go there and to be able to operate, like I felt comfortable. Other than the odd surly clerk at the train station, most people were very friendly and I could communicate and to them it’s only natural that I speak Russian. 

Alex: Right.

Steve: They’re not expecting to speak English.


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#288 Steve and Alex - Steve's Trip to Russia (Part 1)

2011-06-22

Steve talks about his recent trip to Russia, including the places he went, the people he met and the experience of traveling to Russia after learning Russian for four years. Difficulty: Intermediate Category: Travel Duration: 9:21 Click here to listen...…

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#288 Steve and Alex - Steve's Trip to Russia (Part 1)

2011-06-22 :: support@lingq.com (LingQ.com)

Steve talks about his recent trip to Russia, including the places he went, the people he met and the experience of traveling to Russia after learning Russian for four years.

Difficulty: Intermediate
Category: Travel  
Duration:  9:21

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Steve: Initially, I was in Berlin for a day because we have some business dealings there and then I was in Latvia for a day and a half. I’ve been to both places before.

Alex: Okay.

Steve: And then, finally, having spent the last four years, you know, an hour a day most days learning Russian, I finally got a chance to travel to Russia. For me it was really exciting.

So I arrived in St. Petersburg Airport, walked through the airport smooth as can be. I had images of all kinds of bureaucratic whatever, long delays and stuff. It was no big deal at all. Walked right through, got my bag very quickly and was met by Eugene (Evgueny), who is our programmer, who lives in St. Petersburg, just an awfully nice guy. We took a cab in. It was seven or eight hundred rubles.

 


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#287 Steve and Alex - Coarse Language

2011-06-08

Steve and Alex talk about coarse language, why some people like to use it and what it represents to different people. Difficulty: Intermediate Category: Everyday Life Duration: 10:10 Click here to listen to Forces of Nature. Click here to see...…

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#287 Steve and Alex - Coarse Language

2011-06-08 :: support@lingq.com (LingQ.com)

Steve and Alex talk about coarse language, why some people like to use it and what it represents to different people.

Difficulty: Intermediate
Category: Everyday Life  
Duration:  10:10

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Alex: Yeah and that’s an interesting thing, too, it is cultural. It’s not just the language, too, because when my sister was in the U.K. she said people much more actively use swear words and it’s much more common place. Whereas, in Canada and the United States people often hold their tongue and are more reserved in that regard. 

Steve: I mean, yeah. And I think that sometimes people from a different culture don’t realize the effect it has. Like we had a visitor from Sweden on business and he felt that what we call the “F-bomb” in English was equivalent to devil, which is “fan”, which is the F-bomb if you want it in Swedish. 


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#286 Steve and Alex - Forces of Nature

2011-06-01 :: support@lingq.com (LingQ.com)

Steve and Alex talk about various different natural disasters that happened in Canada and around the world. They also discuss what it means to do something useful in life.

Difficulty: Intermediate
Category: Environment  
Duration:  10:45

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Alex:    Yeah. I remember when I used to live in California, actually, up until four years ago. It was southern California and it’s really dry in the summers and we had a lot of forest fires. I remember, particularly, I think 2006 or 2007, there was massive forest fires all across the state. Actually, nearby my house there was a forest fire going on at one point and when I was sitting in my room I could smell the fires burning. I remember driving through a few weeks later on a back country road and on both sides of the street all the trees were burnt to a crisp.
Steve:    Wow.
Alex:    Yeah.
Steve:    I mean in Slave Lake, of course, you hear them say how the town’s people are all helping each other and there’s a great sense of solidarity and so forth. And I guess there’s a certain amount of, I don’t know what you’d call it, nervous tension or people are coping with the situation, much like on a much, much, much greater scale in Japan.


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#285 Steve and Alex - Russia

2011-05-25 :: support@lingq.com (LingQ.com)

Steve and Alex talk about Steve's first trip to the Soviet Union, his experience learning Russian and his planned trip to Russia.

Difficulty: Intermediate
Category: Travel  
Duration:  11:36

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Steve: My passport, sorry, yeah. So then I had to get a new Canadian passport. I'm leaving next Tuesday and I'm hoping that I get my passport back from Ottawa from the Russian Embassy via this company that I had to pay a fortune here too, so a bit of a kafuffle.

Alex: Yes.

Steve: However, I mean St. Petersburg, Leningrad is going to be phenomenal. It's a phenomenal city. I've read Dostoevsky and Anna Karenina where they go back and forth between Moscow and St. Petersburg and stuff, so to walk around there and to take that in and to meet people. And then I'm taking a high-speed train from St. Petersburg to Moscow.

Alex: Oh, okay.

Steve: Yeah, it leaves at 7:00 in the morning. I mean it's just going to be phenomenal. I'm really, really looking forward. And I think that's the ultimate reward when you learn a language is to have an opportunity to go to the country.


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#273 - Mark and Alex - New Lesson Page

2010-10-28

Mark and Alex talk about the new features on the Lesson page, including QuickLingQ, Notes, and Videos. Difficulty: Intermediate Category: Language Learning, LingQ Duration: 11:21 Click here to listen to New Lesson Page. Click here to see the full transcri…

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#272 Steve & Alex – Alex Returns from Beijing – (Intermediate)

2010-10-28

In this podcast Steve and Alex talk about Alex's trip to China, how Alex has been learning Chinese, and more. Listen to this English podcast to learn English!…

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#271 Mark, Steve & Annie – Summer Holidays – (Intermediate)

2010-10-13

A podcast where Steve, Mark and Annie talk about their summer. Full of colloquial English expressions so that you can learn practical English.…

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#270 Steve & Alex – A Korean and Chinese Learner Stops By – (Intermediate)

2010-10-13

A podcast where Steve and Alex talk about learning languages such as Korean and Chinese and also about Alex's trip to China. Listen this English podcast to learn natural and colloquial English!…

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#269 Mark & Steve - Dying Languages – (Intermediate)

2010-10-13

In this podcast Mark and Steve discuss how languages die. This podcast contains very interesting information on the challenges of learning a language and keeping a language alive. Learn English from this useful intermediate level podcast!…

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#268 Steve & Mark – The World Cup and Teachers – (Intermediate)

2010-10-13

In this podcast, Mark and Steve talk about the World Cup of Soccer and then about teachers. Listen to this podcast to learn natural English.…

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#267 Mark and Steve – Acupuncture and Politics – (Intermediate)

2010-10-13

In this podcast, Mark and Steve talk about politics and their experiences with acupuncture. Learn natural English by listening to this podcast!…

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#266 Mark & Steve – Ash Cloud – (Intermediate)

2010-10-13

Mark and Steve talk about the ash cloud in Europe. Listen to this podcast and learn useful English expressions and natural English speaking.…

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#265 Mark & Steve – Language Contest – (Intermediate)

2010-10-13

In this podcast, Mark and Steve talk about the Language Contest which decided which language was next added to LingQ. Listen and learn natural and colloquial English from this useful podcast.…

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#293 Steve and Alex - Starting from Scratch (Part 2)

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Steve and Alex talk about good ways to start learning a language from scratch and share their experiences. Difficulty: Intermediate Category: Language Duration: 12:10 Click here to listen to Starting from Scratch (Part 2). Click here to see the full...…

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#294 Steve and Alex - Forgetting Languages

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Steve and Alex talk about their experiences related to forgetting languages, and Alex shares about his new goal to learn French again. Difficulty: Intermediate Category: Language Duration: 15:19 Click here to listen to Forgetting Languages. Click here to …

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#296 Steve and Alex - Motivation (Part 2)

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Steve and Alex discuss the importance of motivation in learning a language, and how forcing people to learn a language often breeds poor results. Difficulty: Intermediate Category: Language Duration: 11:02 Click here to listen to Motivation (Part 2). Clic…

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#295 Steve and Alex - Motivation (Part 1)

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Steve and Alex discuss the importance of motivation in learning a language, and how forcing people to learn a language often breeds poor results. Difficulty: Intermediate Category: Language Duration: 13:31 Click here to listen to Motivation (Part 1). Clic…

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#284 Steve and Alex - Language and Travel (Part 2)

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Steve and Alex discuss language learning and travel, including Alex's recent trip to Korea, Steve's recent trip to Europe and what it means to learn a foreign language in your own country.

Difficulty: Intermediate
Category: Travel  

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#283 Steve and Alex - Language and Travel (Part 1)

0000-00-00 :: support@lingq.com (LingQ.com)

Steve and Alex discuss language learning and travel, including Alex's recent trip to Korea, Steve's recent trip to Europe and what it means to learn a foreign language in your own country.

Difficulty: Intermediate
Category: Travel  

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