My name is Patrick Khoury, and I come all the way from Lebanon. I have a doctorate degree in physical therapy and besides that, I travel the world and try to learn as much as possible about its many cultures and languages...

 

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Polyglot Patrick Khoury

October 22, 2017


Swedish is a language that I have learned for almost a year, 4 years ago. The biggest challenge for me at that time was to constantly find new and interesting content to keep learning new things and improve as I go, given the fact that there aren't plenty of good resources for Swedish out there.

So I thought I'd put out some of the best resources that I have personally used for learning Swedish


 






 


 

1- Assimil"Swedish w...

August 19, 2017

One of the most frequent questions I get asked:
"What is your secret for learning foreign languages very fast?"

  And once again I shall reply: "There are NO secrets."

Back in the days, I used to think to myself that people who can speak a high number of languages were in possess of a thick dusty book where they would store all their language secrets in and reveal them to no one. And boy was I wrong thinking this way! And after...

July 18, 2017

Could it get any "awesomer" to travel to a country, speak the local language, and be mistaken for a native speaker of that country?

Trust me, it couldn't. And this could be possible not only by speaking fluently to the people there, but also, and most importantly, by having a clear, spot-on pronunciation, which kind of makes the whole difference.

In this article, I will talk about 3 of the most efficient techniques that I have b...

July 2, 2017

"How can you speak that many languages fluently with an amazing pronunciation?

You must definitely have an inborn talent for languages"

Me: "A talent? Not quite"

In fact, when I first attempted to learn German at home autodidactically (self-taught) with some good books and the Internet, and roughly by the end of the 6th month of intensive learning, I still wasn't able to form the most basic sentence properly, and my range of voca...

June 27, 2017

"Why on earth do you waste your time learning so many languages

when the entire world is speaking English?"

Me: "Ughh, here it goes again..."

I get asked this question over and over again by people who are still not convinced about why I learn languages such as Greek or Norwegian, or better yet, why I spend my time on learning languages at all. So why don't I stick to English and forget about other languages?

Hmm.. you might be ri...

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