IWTYAL 080: Does travelling make you fluent?

In this episode I’m joined by special guest Jan Van Der Aa.

In this episode:

  • Do you have to travel abroad to take your language to a high level?
  • Our experiences of learning multiple languages

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  • dandiprat

    Don’t get too discouraged. Cantonese is a very different language with a completely different cultural background and different norms of behavior. I’ve learned all my Cantonese in the United States and I have been doing reasonably well with my in-laws since they just arrived a week ago, although I can’t say that communication is effortless. While it’s true that learning overseas is a tall order, I believe it can be done in time; I think it just takes longer. I’ve met people who can communicate fairly effortlessly in English without ever travelling to an English-speaking country.