IWTYAL 160: 5 Tips For Finding Comprehensible Input

Jonathan asks: “How can I find comprehensible input for Hebrew?”

In this episode:

1. Find other people who are learning the same language, and ask what materials they like:

2. Go to specialist bookshops (in- and out of country). I found some great stuff in Hong Kong

3. Search for bloggers who write about your target language and email them

4. Find material you like and hire someone to transcribe it. Francesco did this with Estonian. I did this with Cantonese:

 

5. Make your own materials!

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