Podcast Launch: The I Will Teach You A Language Podcast

i will teach you a language podcastThis week, I’m thrilled to announce the launch of my brand new podcast, all about the art of language learning!

Introducing…

The I Will Teach You A Language PodcastWeekly Motivation and Language Learning Tips to Help You Become Fluent in Any Language

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Released twice a week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

You can also listen on the blog, by clicking the Podcast tab in the menu bar:

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So what’s the podcast all about?

On the IWTYAL Podcast, I’m taking it right down to the ground level and answering your language learning questions personally in each and every episode.

That’s it!

Simple.

Got a question? Struggling with a particular aspect of your language learning? Stumped by a grammar problem? Or stuck in a rut?

Simply leave me a message and I’ll answer it on the podcast.

If you’ve got a question about a specific language problem that I can’t answer myself, such as problems with the case system in Russian, then I’ll go out there and find an expert who can! (Hint: Look out for episode 7 for the first special guest!)

Even if you don’t have any particular burning questions right now, by listening to the show you’ll get a few important benefits:

  1. Hear what other people are struggling with in their own learning, and realise you’re not alone
  2. Get fresh ideas for studying the language you’re learning
  3. Stay motivated to stay the course by tuning in twice a week – I won’t let you quit!

Why did I start the podcast?

I really enjoy writing blog posts every week, but, truth be told, I don’t actually read a lot of blog posts myself.

I’m a podcast person. In the gym, in the car, cooking dinner… I love audio!

For some time now I’ve been thinking about all of you who are more like me, and don’t necessarily love devouring huge quantities of text each week.

So, I knew I wanted to start a language learning podcast, but I didn’t know exactly what format it would take.

After all, there are some great language podcasts out there, such as Creative Language Learning, Actual Fluency, Language Mastery, Magnetic Memory Method, and Real Fast Spanish – all of which are interview shows, and I’ve been lucky enough to appear on as a guest.

Rather than mess with what these guys and girls already do so well, I thought I’d do something a bit different.

The answer?

Answer your questions directly in such a way that I can’t do on the blog.

Twice a week. Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Simple!

Ask your questions!

As one of the aims of the podcast was to give you “weekly motivation”, I really wanted to feature your voices on the show.

In order to do this, I’ve got a cool little voicemail widget that you can use leave me your question.

It’s dead easy – you just press the button and use the built-in microphone in your computer or mobile device to record your question.

Here it is… give it a try and send me a question!

The existence of this podcast relies on you, to ask me your questions.

If I don’t get any, there’s no podcast.

So go ahead and leave me your language learning questions. Anything goes, providing it’s respectful!

Help me launch the podcast!

Can you help me in launching the podcast?

Because there are 100,000s of podcasts out there, I really need your help to get the word out about my new show.

If you could share this post on Facebook or Twitter using the buttons around you, I’d be very grateful.

You could also copy this link and email it to a friend who is learning a new language: http://bit.ly/1aN7Kj3

Win a free copy of my course!

To celebrate the launch of the podcast, I’m giving away three free copies of my Language Learning Foundations video course – my flagship training course that teaches you step-by-step my techniques for learning a new language and becoming fluent quickly. (Value: $97 each)

Would you like to win a copy?

All you have to do is leave an honest review and rating for the podcast in the iTunes store!

Click here to leave me a review.

After episode 10 of the podcast, I’ll pick 3 lucky winners from around the world, and they’ll each will a copy of the course (Level 3 – $97).

Even if you’re not interested in the course, please please please leave me a review and rating in iTunes after checking out the podcast. 🙂

Reviews help more than anything else with the rankings, which in turn helps me reach as many people as possible.

Check out the podcast today!

Thanks for reading, and now over to you!

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  • This podcast is very helpful. Many of our students search for similar tools for learning a new language, and this reference will certainly enhance their learning experience. Thank you! Check us out at http://www.calingual.com

    • Thanks for getting in touch, and really glad it’s helpful!

  • Tamago

    Hello Olly, I just listened to all the episodes of your podcast and I want to say thank you! I think what you are doing is really REALLY awesome and helpful to all language learners out there. I am a frequent reader of your blog and I always re-read your articles to keep myself motivated. I have been self-studying Japanese for almost 3 years now and I feel like I have been stuck at the intermediate plateau since forever.

    In your article on motivation and passion, you mentioned that what if one day we woke up speaking fluently, how would we feel? I think…I will probably laugh and wake up from my dream haha. Well, fluency seems so near yet so so damn far sometimes…

    Sorry for the long comment! Anyway, a big thank you to you and I look forward to more podcast episodes and blog posts! Cheers.

    • Hi Tamago, and thanks for your comment. Sorry for the late reply, but I really appreciate it!