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David and I spent an enjoyable Sunday morning chatting with Michael Erard, the author of Babel No More: The Search for the World’s Most Extraordinary Language Learners.

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Michael’s book is a must read for anyone interested in the topic and he writes in a style that is accessible to all.

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I have been missing from the last two episodes of The Polyglot Project Podcast due to other commitments, but David (http://www.davidmansaray.com/) has done a great job in my absence. I hope to be back for the next interview. In the meantime, enjoy this latest episode:

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Hyperpolygot Richard Simcott is interviewed this time. Regrettably, I was unable to join in on the conversation due to prior commitments (spreading myself too thin, as usual), but David did a great job in my absence.

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David Mansaray’s blog can be found here

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The conversation continues…

In this episode of The Polyglot Project Podcast, David and I chat with Robert Bigler, a simultaneous translator.

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In this episode of The Polyglot Project Podcast, David and I chat with Susanna Zaraysky, a polyglot who takes a novel approach to foreign language acquisition based on music. Susanna is the author of Language is Music.

Hope you enjoy!

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Please be sure to visit Susanna’s website: Susanna Zaraysky

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In this episode of The Polyglot Project Podcast, David and I chat with Kathleen Hearons, a polyglot who takes a grammar-based approach to foreign language acquisition.

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Please be sure to visit Kathleen’s YouTube channel: katrudy7

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In this episode of The Polyglot Project Podcast, David and I chat with Professor Peter Browne.  Peter talks to us about many aspects of language learning and gives us his thoughts on constructed languages. There were some technical issues at the beginning, but we worked them out.

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Please be sure to visit Peter’s YouTube channel: Alkantre

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