Fluent Forever is a modern guide to learning new languages
Immersion is a wonderful way to learn a language, but if you have steady work, a dog, a family, or a bank account in need of refilling, you can’t readily drop everything and devote that much of your life to learning a language.
We need a more practical way to get the right information into our heads and prevent it from leaking out of our ears.
I’m going to show you how to stop forgetting, so you can get to the actual game. And I’m going to show you what to remember, so that once you start playing the game, you’re good at it.
(To find out what I mean by a "game," grab the first chapter of my book here for free.)
The Benefits of a Bilingual Brain:
People have told us that nothing has had a greater impact on their lives than learning a second language.
- Language learning is good for your soul. It connects you to new people and a new culture in ways you could never imagine – all while becoming more confident.
- Open up a whole new world of employment opportunities, both at home and abroad.
- Permanently improve your memory and cognitive health while embracing your love of learning.
- Deeply connect with your heritage and pass it on to your children.
- Learning a language is one of the most intensely personal journeys you can take – it’s like having a subtle superpower.
A brilliant and thoroughly modern guide to learning new languages. If you want a new language to stick, start here.
These apps will train your ears in the pronunciation system of a language in 2 weeks, and make any language substantially easier to learn.
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Designed to save you time when you're learning your first 625 words in a foreign language.
Emails I have received from people in the Fluent Forever Community
Thank you to all of my readers. Your passion for learning languages fuels my own, and your feedback helps me create better tools that we can all use together. We have a lot of exciting things planned over the next couple of years, and I'm really looking forward to announcing them. Until then, I wish you all the best on each of your language learning endeavors.