The Language Hacking Guide is now available in English, Spanish, German, Polish, Italian, French, Portuguese, Chinese, Hungarian, Greek, Hebrew, Vietnamese & Dutch. I’ve also made minor updates and added a new file for each language so they can be read directly on the Amazon Kindle (as well as the ePub which is readable on iPads/iPods/Android/Sony Readers etc., and the PDF and printable versions).
Also, the Russian, Czech, Turkish, Esperanto and Irish versions are almost ready – the translators just need to finish up the last pages and have them proofread by another native and then I can send them as a free update too (within a few weeks)!
As mentioned previously, the purpose of the guide being in your target language is so you can use it to attempt to read in the target language no matter what your level is, but with a direct translation of everything at hand for when it gets hard.
What is definitely very interesting is that the Language Hacking Guide presentation is now readable in all languages that the guide is available in! This includes subtitles for the video Check it out or click the flag of the appropriate language! It will be good reading practise!
Just to make it even more interesting, I have decided to add a second cheaper option: An English-only version!
So if you really don’t think reading the native-written translations will help, or if I haven’t included your target language yet, then you can save a little money and get just the content (all interviews & worksheets included) now for $49.
Check out the Language Hacking Guide sales page for more details and click the appropriate banner to get your copy as an instant download!
Keep in mind that I am trying to support myself entirely from sales of the guide. I write almost 50,000 words on the blog & in e-mails every month for free to help other language learners, and sales from the LHG helps me do that. If my advice has helped you, then I’d really appreciate your support to make sure I can keep doing this!
You can also treat me to an Orange Juice if any of my tips have been helping you! Of course, lots more tips are on the way
The contents of the guide are also the most efficient way to read my best advice in a structured organised way.
Enjoy hacking your languages!
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If you enjoyed this post, you will love my TEDx talk! You can get much better details of how I recommend learning a language if you watch it here.
This article was written by Benny Lewis
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