Inside Fluentball: Your Questions & Survey Results

<p>In this episode, you&#39;ll hear about the results of the Fluent Show survey, followed by your questions on my personal language learning thoughts and story.</p>

<h3>Top 5 Languages Studied by Fluent Show Listeners</h3>


<p>But that is far from everything, so here is the complete amazing list of 43 languages you guys are studying: Chinese, English, Japanese, Korean, Swedish, Arabic, Dutch, Greek, Persian, Irish, Norwegian, Hawaiian, Vietnamese, Icelandic, Polish, Sign Languages, Esperanto, Scottish Gaelic, Welsh, Sicilian, Portuguese, Kumeyaay, Latin, Luxembourgish, Xhosa, Zulu, Setswana, Yiddish, Hindi, Afrikaans, Danish, Hmong, Thai, Slovak, Malagasy, Finnish</p>

<h2>Your Questions, My Answers</h2>

<p>Here are the language learning questions I answered in this episode of the Fluent Show</p>

<p>Have you <strong>ever considered another profession</strong> or do you have another passion? (from Nikolapolyglot, IG)</p>

<p>Tell us more about your <strong>education, college, internships</strong> (Michelle, Twitter)</p>

<p>How is <strong>Luxembourgish</strong> changing your perspective on your own native German dialect?” (Val.5467, IG)</p>

<p>How you <strong>choose which languages to learn</strong>, and if you&#39;ve ever given up on a language and why. (Spanish con Salsa, Twitter)</p>

<h3>Get Involved</h3>

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<li>what your name is</li>
<li>where you live</li>
<li>which language you&#39;re speaking</li>
<li>and &quot;you&#39;re listening to the Fluent Show&quot;</li>

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<p><em>Thank you to Bonnie for this episode introduction.</em></p>

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