After almost a year of adding more updates to the Language Hacking Guide, I have finally added two very important new languages to the set of (now) 21 full translations: Japanese and Russian.
It also includes English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Chinese, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Dutch, Irish, Czech, Vietnamese, Arabic, Hindi, Romanian and Tagalog too of course. All translated by natives to give you useful content to practice on immediately in your target language.
For more information about what is included in the guide, check out the multilingual intro video and read further details under that video.
This is a very important point for me as I now feel the guide is much more complete. I will continue to include occasional free updates and even more translations (for example, Catalan, Esperanto and more will come later this year), but this also means that I can start working on new major projects to try to help people tackle their language issues.
Even so, the Language Hacking Guide will always be my best detailed complete explanation of my best language learning strategies.
Of course, not everyone will buy this and that’s quite OK! This guide came about mostly because trying to read random unorganised tips from my website would be too difficult and because of that a comprehensive guide of my best advice was actually requested by a lot of readers.
Sales of the guide help me to continue to write regular blog posts and e-mails to inspire others to really get active in their languages, so I appreciate your support!
But even if you never buy anything from me, thanks for reading and I hope the tens of thousands of words of completely free content I write every week is helping you! If you enjoy what I write then all I ask is that you share it with your friends by clicking the Facebook ‘like’ button on posts you enjoy, or commenting or e-mailing me to tell me how much you have progressed in your language.
Every day I get several e-mails from people all around the world telling me how a particular part of my advice made the difference for them and how they are speaking their target language. This brings a huge smile to my face every time
Tomorrow I will introduce my next language mission. (The second of four that I’m trying up until September) I hope you’ll read along! And of course if you are still wondering how I can attempt to try to learn languages so quickly, then you know where to find the answers!
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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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