IWTYAL 135: What inspired you to learn so many languages?

Anna asks: “What inspired you to learn so many languages?”

In this episode:

  • How I started learning languages
  • My inspiration for learning more than one
  • Why I felt encouraged and motivated by my success
  • Tips for getting started

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  • Bjoern Hillebrand

    My mother tongue is German and in the early 90s I watched a Monty Python Sketch in English and understood nothing. However, the Sketch was so funny ( I can’t remember which one) and I wanted to understand the spoken words. So my English learning started I suppose.. Now I am the crazy guy in the family doing all this language stuff. Last year I visited a friend in San Diego and all the people around spoke Spanish. Now my goal is to get a good level of Spanish till the end of the year, because I want to visit Madrid next year.

    Your mother tongue can be some kind of ‘barrier’. You can have a happy life with speaking your mother tongue only. But when you pass this barrier it’s even more amazing and you can meet great people and see wonderful places.