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Speculative fiction writer, long-term resident of Japan and Bram Stoker Award finalist Thersa Matsuura explores all that is weird from old Japan—strange superstitions, folktales, cultural oddities, and interesting language quirks. These are little treasures she digs up while doing research for her writing.
 
I speak 20 languages. I've been learning languages for over 50 years and I've tried all kinds of approaches. I talk about my experiences, my approach to language learning, what I enjoy about learning languages and all manner of other topics related to language. If you love languages, or think you would if you hadn't been discouraged by past experiences, this is the podcast for you. Anyone can learn a language. You just need the right attitude and the right approach!
 
Light-hearted conversation with callers from all over about new words, old sayings, slang, family expressions, language change and varieties, as well as word histories, linguistics, regional dialects, word games, grammar, books, literature, writing, and more. You can join author/journalist Martha Barnette and linguist/lexicographer Grant Barrett on the show with your language thoughts, questions, and stories: https://waywordradio.org/contact or words@waywordradio.org. In the US 🇺🇸 and Canada ...
 
語言盛載的,是生活,是文化,也是眼界。 每一輯Language Academy 都會聚焦一種語言。 這一站是香港,我們要學習的是英語。 我們希望,無論你身處何方,都可以張開耳朵,環遊世界。 逢星期日晚8:00至8:30,香港電台第二台播出 香港電台文教組製作 香港電台文教組專頁 rthk.hk/artitude/
 
Tune in as Penny and Bec share their experiences of language learning with you, as well as the stories of other Australians (and a few international guests!) who love learning, working with, and communicating using other languages. Subscribe for your fortnightly dose of language love, from an Australian perspective. Find out more: www.languagelovers.com.au
 
The Arts of Language Podcast, with Institute for Excellence in Writing’s founder Andrew Pudewa, is a weekly podcast to support teachers of writing composition. Our goal is to equip teachers and teaching parents with methods and materials which will aid them in training their students to become confident and competent communicators and thinkers.
 
Welcome to our podcast! This is a podcast where you can listen to conversations mainly in Spanish that are easy to understand with native speakers from different Spanish Speaking countries to give you an opportunity to listen to casual and natural conversations about everyday topics and everyday situations so that you can learn Spanish in a communicative context. We share conversations for intermediate and advance learners and provide free supporting content on the show notes.
 
"Deutsch mit Schmidt" ist ein Podcast, der sich an fortgeschrittene Deutschlerner auf den GER-Stufen B1, B2, C1 und C2 richtet. Hierbei geht es hauptsächlich um den Aufbau und die Erweiterung des deutschen Wortschatzes: In jeder Folge werden zwei neue Wörter präsentiert, die mit jeweils vier aussagekräftigen Beispielsätzen erklärt werden. Vollständige Transkripte und Vokabellisten, exklusive Arbeitsblätter und Übersichten findet ihr auf: --> patreon.com/deutschmitschmidt Hier findet ihr weit ...
 
==== "Өмірдің сымдары", "Жақсы жаңалықтар", "Госпл әндері" - Қазақстанда сөйлейтін кіші тілдер / "Слова жизни", "Благая весть", "Господские песни" - малые языки, на которых говорят в Казахстане / "Wirds of Life", "Good News", "Gospl Songs" - Minor Languages Spoken in Kazakstan ====
 
Welcome to the bi-weekly podcast devoted to your English success! Get the best tips to maximize your score on the TOEFL iBT, IELTS General / Academic, or TOEIC Listening - Reading / Speaking and Writing exam. Outwit test graders with stronger English and exam skills! Plus, build a stronger vocabulary for a high exam score and lasting professional achievement.
 
This is a podcast about languages and language-learning from a unique perspective. Since 2018, I have spent thousands of hours studying (to varying degrees) 16 languages (!), and I have learned a lot about what works and what doesn't, from apps to websites to books to YouTube channels, podcasts and more. Join me as we explore the process of language learning, as well as the languages themselves (the true stars of the show!).
 
Creative Language Technologies explores the multifaceted aspects of this emerging field, at the intersection of Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Medicine (STEMM) with the broader sector of Humanities, Social Sciences, Arts and Culture (HSSAC). The podcast aims to explore creative themes with social impact, revitalize technological imagination, and transform current practices of language technologies. New episodes, uploaded on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month, tackle diverse ...
 
Welcome to the Chenelle’s language learning journey podcast. Where host Chenelle patrice Hancock talks about the different tips and tricks of learning a language the visually impaired way. While also interviewing some of the most successful language learners, polyglots and experts within the field of language learning and language acquisition.. Cover art photo by https://www.rawpixel.com< Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chenelle-patrice-hancock/support
 
Anyone interested in learning Somali language is welcome to the Learn Somali Language Podcast. You've come to the right place if you've ever sought a place that will welcome you and make it easy for you to learn Somali. https://learnsomalilanguagepodcast295726376.wordpress.com/episodes/ Make sure you visit the discord I've recently created. Suggested by Zak (thanks Zak!) https://discord.com/channels/996588793803067554/996588794998431807 Got Questions? You can reach me at khadarosman1441@gmai ...
 
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This week, we're posting our awful attempt at an episode that was sabotaged by the internet. We had some good fun early, then it all went south. We'll be back with a new episode soon! Salty Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/saltylanguagepods Our Patreon: Patreon.com/saltylanguage Subscribe / rate / review us on Apple Podcasts! Visit us at: salt…
 
Hooyo means mother, and within that word, we have "hoy" meaning home, a place of refuge. Without a " hoy" or "home", there is no life. You just feel at home whenever you're with your mom since she's full of mercy and compassion. Guur means two things simultaneously, marriage and move. Technically, you move when you get married to your family. if we…
 
Ben Goodman from WHAT's YOUR NICHE? filling in for HELEN today. Featuring an interview with Jessica Edwards director of the great doc SKATE DREAMS! Playlist: Plastic Feet - Big Blond Baby The Moving Sidewalks - I Want To Hold Your Hand Armitage Shanks - Hold On I'm Comin' Nip Drivers - Fox on the Run Volcano Suns - Balancing Act Big Dipper - Faith …
 
Today on Chenelle's language learning journey podcast. I celebrate Black Friday by sharing Michelle Thomas 50% off black Friday one day Language Kors deal. Where you can get 50% off all 16 language learning courses that the MICHEL Thomas math it has to offer. This is a one time deal, so if you want to learn Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, French, Russian…
 
SHOW NOTES: Este es un episodio de nivel avanzado y en este episodio mi querida amiga y contribuidora del podcast, Alba Sánchez de España, tiene una conversación con Alejandra Pérez de Chile con el tema de la nutrición. Alejandra es nutrióloga y en este episodio nos habla sobre la nutrición en general, sobre la profesión, y de esta forma ustedes pu…
 
Reward yourself for what you can do in your target language. Don’t criticize yourself for what you can’t do. There are moments when you feel disappointed. Ignore these moments of self-doubt. Give yourself credit for staying active with the language, a guarantee of eventual success.Av Steve Kaufmann
 
In this broadcast, we focus on the opera L'Orfeo by Monteverdi, and the four performances of the work being given in Madrid. We talk to German coreographer Sasha Waltz, who explains the combination of disciplines such as dance, theatre and music in this coreographic opera. We also have a short Q&A with our colleague in the Arabic Language broadcast…
 
Get ready to party with these three (3) collocations about celebrations! Welcome to ELTPR Extra, Episode 4 – 3 Festive Collocations. I’m Professor Winn, a veteran English and IELTS, TOEFL, and TOEIC instructor. The following podcast episode is the audio replay of a previous LIVE webinar. Don’t miss any of the LIVE webinars I hold on Wednesdays and …
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey is joined by David Walker and Nick Miller on the latest World Cup Adjudication Panel. On the agenda: the least enviable venue to watch England vs USA, the most timeless World Cup fixture possible, a technical dismantling of Bebeto’s iconic USA '94 goal celebration and a sensational commentary moment involving a pigeon. Me…
 
This is episode #27 of the podcast and it’s Thursday, the 17th of November, 2022. My invited speaker today is Dr. Mark James, a philosopher and theoretical cognitive scientist who adopts an embodied approach to questions about the development of habits in both individuals and collectives. Specifically, he is interested in how the designed world sha…
 
As the days cool down with the autumn season, it is a great time to explore the outdoors. Andrew and Julie focus this week's podcast on the importance for children to spend time in the natural world. Recounting stories from his childhood, Andrew shares the powerful impact that nature has had on his life. He discusses modern impediments to spending …
 
This episode includes a Black Friday promotion. Follow this link to get the Black Friday price. Check out all our Black Friday deals on 50+ languages here. How can language learning happen through reading stories? Olly Richards, creator of the Uncovered Language Courses, is back on the Language Hacking Podcast to answer the question above. Olly sha…
 
Some college students are using the word loyalty as a synonym for monogamy. Are the meanings of these words now shifting? Plus, a biologist discovers a new species of bat, then names it after a poet he admires. The poet? Nikki Giovanni. Also, warm memories of how a childhood library card becomes a passport to new worlds. And: for a spell vs. cast a…
 
#68 In this episode, we are talking about skill building and how we can help guide students in moving beyond content mastery and using all that vocabulary and those language structures to communicate. Andrea Isabelli, a French teacher in Illinois, joins me to talk about how she supports communicative skill development with her students. Topics incl…
 
If you need a recommendation for a new TV series or film to watch, look no further - our annual ‘What We’ve Been Watching’ episode is back for 2022! We have always loved chatting about what we’ve been watching in other languages and, this time, we have a special guest to join us! We invited Lamont from Days of French ‘n’ Swedish back to join us for…
 
We're joined now on #PacificDays by Lucy Telfar Barnard Chair of the United World Colleges (UWC) Aotearoa New Zealand National Committee to talanoa about an amazing scholarship opportunity to study in Singapore for two years. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Av Pacific Media Network
 
A lot of Hong Kong people love cats and dogs. But some have unusual pets. ● pythons - 巨蟒 ● Chameleons 變色龍 ● hedgehogs 刺蝟 ● guinea pig 天竺鼠 ● chinchilla 龍貓 ● hamsters 倉鼠 ● alpacas 羊駝 Pet Adoption 領養 ● A lot of people are 三分鐘熱度 ( three-minute...Av Radio Television Hong Kong
 
A chat with Dr Kelly Wright, who’s been working on… well, really a lot. Kelly is at the juncture of a lot of areas we’re keen on. Oxford’s effort to document African-American English? She’s been there. Doing lexicography with the American Dialect Society? She’s on it. The LSA’s social media committee? She… was on it. And she’s been looking into a n…
 
Католики в Казахстане Красота, страдания и советские депортации.mp4 / Catholics in Kazakhstan Beauty, Suffering & Soviet Deportations.mp4
 
In this episode of the Learn Real Polish Podcast, I talk about Henry David Thoreau, his book Walden and his thoughts on simple living in a natural setting. Simple living without any property is also a way of life for Pilgrim of Peace. I have a Polish copy of her biography and found her story very inspiring. These interesting topics are the core of …
 
Wort 1: absehen (Verb) – – – Wort 2: abgekartet (Adjektiv) – – – --> https://www.deutschmitschmidt.de Für das komplette Transkript dieser Folge, inklusive einer Vokabelliste und exklusiver Arbeitsblätter besucht bitte: --> https://www.patreon.com/deutschmitschmidt Meine kostenlose Telegram-Gruppe: --> https://t.me/deutschmitschmidt Kennst du schon …
 
In our season finale, Ann Goldstein, renowned translator of Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan novels, gives a master class in the art and business of translation. Ann speaks to Duke scholar Saskia Ziolkowski and host Aarthi Vadde about being the face of the Ferrante novels, and the curious void that she came to fill in the public imagination in light of …
 
Goshuin are special stamps you can get when you visit a shrine or temple. In this episode I'll tell you what exactly they are, how to get them, and the manners involved. Uncanny Japan is author Thersa Matsuura. Her other shows are Uncanny Robot Podcast and The Soothing Stories Podcast. Check out her books including The Carp-Faced Boy on Amazon. If …
 
Katey Walter Anthony has done much of her research deep in the arctic, studying the methane bubbles that are released in thawed permafrost lakes. What she has learned helps us to better understand the complexity of earth’s climate and how it might change in the future. But alongside the exciting story of her scientific journey is a story about how …
 
The CEFR is a widely used framework for to measure proficiency in another language. Although many language learners are aware of the six levels ranging from A1 to C2, there is a lot they do not know about it such as: → The elusive seventh level of fluency → What the the CEFR Companion Guide is and how to use it to be a better language learner → Sub…
 
In this episode, I talk with Liina Pylkkänen, Professor of Linguistics and Psychology at NYU, about her research program, and in particular her recent paper ‘Disentangling semantic composition and semantic association in the left temporal lobe’. Pylkkänen lab website Li J, Pylkkänen L. Disentangling semantic composition and semantic association in …
 
In this episode, I’m talking with Dr Daniel Rosen. Dan is currently Head of Secondary at St George's Düsseldorf. He also writes a brilliant blog entitled Musings of a Dr and more recently hosted the International version of TeachMeet Icons. Over the course of the conversation, we discuss: A quick introduction to Dan’s career in teaching How recruit…
 
From what motivated her to start her English teaching project to her experience learning languages and much more, today I welcome Rachelle to the show❗ Welcome to a new episode of my "Language Input" podcast, and the latest of many interviews to help you understand that YOU TOO can learn ANY LANGUAGE while enjoying the process. Follow me on all my …
 
In today's episode, I talk about Italian articles. Don't worry, though... This is not a lesson for beginners because, in the following lines, you'll know this language deeply. In particular, you'll learn how to use articles with first names, last names, and company names. Ready to start learning? If you need the script, click here: https://ilazed.c…
 
In this epic, and I do mean E.P.I.C episode, I talk to Kelley Wacher - the founder of 'Corporate Magic' . Kelley is such a dynamic, insightful and fantastic human, she believes that 'the magic is in you' - now I just HAD to explore that, right ? As a life coach myself, I believe that it is us who can really make the changes we want to see happen - …
 
What does a top-shelf mentor bring to the table? And how does a restaurant stand for something good? The Language of Business Podcast host Greg Stoller talks with Rocky Romanella, CEO of 3SIXTY, Director, Keynote Speaker, Executive Advisor and expert in Leadership Development about the attributes it takes to become an effective mentor. Plus, Mark L…
 
Written in a time when the left in Turkey was divided on the question of a nation’s right to self-determination (i.e. the right to secede), Ibrahim Kaypakkaya’s essay was a concrete study of the Kurdish question and, more broadly, an analysis of the revolutionary standpoint towards national minorities. Still relevant today, this essay can help us u…
 
In this episode, the Tofugu crew, Kanae and David discuss why e-books can be great materials for Japanese learners, all their tips for buying Japanese e-books, and their favorite Japanese e-book stores.After listening to the episode, check out: https://www.tofugu.com/japanese/how-to-buy-japanese-ebooks/…
 
This is a recording of a live discussion and Q&A with Dr. Kevin Grasso about our series on Key Terms in Pauline Theology. Kevin offers a summary and synthesis of what was covered in the series, offers more of his own analyses of Greek terms and key texts, and answers questions from the live viewers. In this series, we interviewed expert guests on t…
 
Ćao! Autumn has arrived in Serbia! What do these cold days look like? Listen to the podcast to learn more about making ajvar, rakija and one strange phenomenon called "miholjsko leto". Subscribe on Spotify! Instagram page: @learn__serbian (Serbian Language Network) Transcript at: https://www.serbianlanguagelessons.com/ Email me at: nikola.pujic@gma…
 
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