How to become a polyglot. The art of motivation.
What you'll learn
- You will have the ability to memorise foreign words and recall them at ease
- You will get the tools to work on your phonetics
- You will be able to build simple constructions almost in any language
- You will be more creative and capable of thinking out of the box
- Eager to learn a new language
How many times have you started learning a new language and given up? How often have you found yourself in despair and total frustration with yourself despite your strong ambition to speak that language?
If you want to learn how to prepare for your language learning journey, stay motivated, create your personal timeframes, set specific goals and achieve them, this course is right for you. You are going to benefit massively by completing tasks related to your interests and self-actualisation in order to prepare your own language programme with personal deadlines.
You will discover how important it is to personalise your learning whether it relates to languages or to education in general. By acquiring these skills you can focus on languages and other soft skills development that will help you to unfold your potential. After all a language is just a piece of a huge puzzle.
Apart from the boost of motivation you will acquire new skills that will empower you in a struggle with phonetics and vocabulary memorisation. Little grammar hacks will help to start building sensible sentences from the first day. You will also break stereotypes about difficulties in early reading and writing.
Moreover, you will discover why cultural intelligence is so important and how you can use it in your personal and business life.
And remember to believe in yourself!
Who this course is for:
- language learners
- people who want to learn a few languages
Ekaterina Matveeva - is a passionate linguist, polyglot, memory sportsman, teacher of foreign languages and cultures, and founder of Amolingua - ed:tech language start-up.
Ekaterina is a bestselling author, among her books: “Language Alter Ego”, “Полиглот по собственному желанию” ("Polyglot of your own will”), "Buenos Aires de Idiomas Extranjeros", academic and popular science articles dedicated to language and cultural learning. She is a TEDx speaker and TV performer outlining the importance of cultural intelligence and memory trainings in our everyday life.
She holds multiple MA in linguistics, cross-cultural communication, education, cultural socio-anthropology from University of St Andrews, University of Bergamo, University of Santiago de Compostela, University of Perpignan, Academy of Finance and Business Vistula and Moscow State Linguistic University.
Ekaterina speaks 9 languages at various levels. She can understand another dozen from related language groups.
She is the first female memory sportsman of Russian origin that ever participated at the World Memory Championships.
Her book "Polyglot of your own will" in Russian has become a bestseller influencing lives of thousands of people wiling to take up a new language. Over a thousand of students have gone through Ekaterina's language start-up Amolingua achieving their dream - to speak fluently a foreign language.