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How to learn any language in six months | Chris Lonsdale | TEDxLingnanUniversity



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Chris Lonsdale is Managing Director of Chris Lonsdale & Associates, a company established to catalyse breakthrough performance for individuals and senior teams. In addition, he has also developed a unique and integrated approach to learning that gives people the means to acquire language or complex technical knowledge in short periods of time..
Jan-21-2014 Update. The video transcripts are now available via the following links.
English Only, http://www.the-third-ear.com/files/TEDx-ChrisLonsdale-LearnAnyLanguage6Months.pdf
English + Chinese Translation, http://www.kungfuenglish.com/files/TEDx-ChrisLonsdale-LearnAnyLanguage6Months-ENG-CHS.pdf
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who's tryna learn a language during quarantine

by Siani Kumar 3 months ago

The problem is my French accent is sooo bad :( I don't know I can't do "r" sound.. I want to cry ..

by vindโ€™amour 5 days ago

If you want to go to one precise point in this video here you go :

The 5 Principles of learning a new language :

#1 Focus on langugage content that is relevant to you
#2 Use your new language as a tool to communicate... from day 1
#3 When you first understand the message, you will unconsciously acquire the language
#4 Physiological training
#5 Psycho-physiological state matters

The 7 Actions for rapid language acquisition :

#1 Listen a lot
#2 Focus on getting the meaning first
#3 Start mixing
#4 Focus on the core
#5 Get a language parent
#6 Copy the face
#7 "Direct connect" to mental images

by Jey 3 weeks ago

we're all gonna come out of quarantine as polyglots

by Dreygonball 2 months ago

DUDE I PUT THIS AT 2X SPEED AND I CAN LEARN ANY LANGUAGE IN 3 MONTHS

by Kuripop 9907 5 months ago

I'm gonna do this to learn Japanese. See you all in December.

by B4DDAU5 1 week ago

His accent sounds English, American and Australian at different moments

by Liam Burke 3 months ago

"You don't even need to immerse yourself to the target language"

"I went to China and learned Chinese from a guy on the train."
"Get help from a native speaker. Listen to everyone around you how they speak".

So immersion.

by FANVACOOLT 3 months ago

this method requires meeting people who are incredibly kind, patient, and care about me lololol

by Anna 2 months ago

I can speak American, brittish, Australian, and Canadian fluently!

by Robert Adรกmek 4 years ago

I get motivated just by his body language and voice tone I really like people when they talk about something they truly believe in ..thank yo so much

by nada othman 2 weeks ago

does anyone get it when you've been learning a language for a while, but you thought you weren't really improving, until one day you watch/read something in that language and it hits you like damnn I understood all of that??
I'm currently learning french, german, korean and yoruba and I made a youtube channel to record my progress.
What are other people learning?

by Oyinda Bello 2 months ago

The audience was so dead there were so many funny jokes ๐Ÿ˜‚

by Unknownx 2 months ago

This guy is threatened by duolingo to make everyone learn language or his family is in danger

by roon elahi 2 months ago

- How to learn any language in six months
- Principle # 1: Focus on language content that is relevant to you
- Principle # 2: Use your new language as a tool to communicate from day 1
- Principle # 3: When you first understand the message you will unconsciously acquire the language
- Principle # 4: Physiological training
- Principle # 5: Psycho-physiological state matters
- Action # 1: Listen a lot (brain soaking)
- Action # 2: Focus on getting the meaning first (before the words)
- Action # 3: Start mixing
- Action # 4: Focus on the core
- Action # 5: Get a language parent
- Action # 6: Copy the face
- Action # 7: "Direct connect" to mental images

by Diogo Poli Sanchotene 10 months ago

I'm in quarantine and I'm trying ro learn french by myself, this was very very helpful, thank you!

by M X 3 months ago

He's from Australia, in the far East yet considers himself a Westerner. Mmmm...I wonder why.

by Piman Mann Jaques 3 days ago

I'm trying to learn Spanish during the quarantine

by hai tam 3 months ago

I decided to join the "I'll go try it out myself, see you in 6 months guys" train. I promise I will update you with the results.

And just in case you want a little bit of background: Spanish is my mother language. I learned English with the Comprehensible Input Approach 'technique', so I know it works. Personally, it took me about 6 years to get, without taking any English classes or private teachers, to a level that is almost native because I wasn't even trying to learn it consciously. I can understand any speaker and have no trouble expressing myself, I just lack some practice reading because I'm lazy.

My objective is:
Currently A2 French -> B1 French (specially focused on speaking)
Currently Italian beginner -> B1

It might not seem like much, but learning two languages at the same time, while still keeping up with practicing English in an environment where I only use Spanish in my every-day life outside the internet. I think I got a challenge myself.

by DatGuy Sam 3 months ago

He forgot one main thing. You should begin to THINK in the language you want to learn. In the process of thinking, which is essentially talking to yourself in your head, use the language you want to learn to express your thoughts. That is very important! When you want to do small talk with somebody in the language you want to learn, think beforehand what you will say, how and why. I found that very useful. I could quickly learn the phrases I needed to but being able to improvise (which small talk actually is) is much more challenging. If you think in your native language and try to simultaneously translate to the foreign language a story, you quickly run into big trouble. That is why you have to learn to think in the foreign language. Then you can become fluent. At least these are my 2 cents...

by Erik ลฝiak 5 years ago

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