Travel and language learning

Is travel a motivator for language learning? Yes.
Do you need to travel to the country in order to learn the language? No.
If you travel to the country, will you learn the language? Not necessarily.

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8 comments on “Travel and language learning

Gabriela

Hi Steve,
I would like to confirm here for every reader of this comment that your ability to speak Czech is really FANTASTIC! Both during our meeting with some of your LingQ students in Prague one year ago and mainly during our private meeting in our house we admired with my husband your ability to discuss in Czech all possible themes – including history of the Czech nation, politics etc. etc.
I have never thought that it is possible to learn Czech language (which is really very difficult for foreigners) in such a short time (one year only) !!!
Congratulation!

Alejandro Lozano

If you are curious about country’s culture, is easier to learn a language. Sorry my English. I’m learning.

Regards Steve from Spain!

Wei-hung Chen

Hi Steve,

I really enjoy watching and reading your experiences in learning different languages from your Youtube videos and the blog of this site. I so much admire your ability in mastering so manny languages.

Wei-hung Chen

Hi Steve,

I really enjoy watching and reading your experiences in learning different languages from your Youtube videos and the blog of this site. I so much admire your ability in mastering so manny languages.

Mike

I agree with your opinion that it not necessary to travel around the world to learn new languages. You can get many online courses to learn any language you want.

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