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The Actual Fluency Podcast for Language Learners

By Kris Broholm: Language learner and aspiring polyglot

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Join Kris on the Actual Fluency Podcast as he sets out to inspire, motivate and teach you how to learn languages and hopefully become a hyper polyglot. In the process he is joined by some of the most well-known language experts in the world, who chip in with their personal opinion on what it takes to evolve as a language learner today. Kris is a language learner himself, so any ninja tips or methods he uncovers are shared in this Podcast as well, including reviews and impressions of language learning services, tools, software and courses.

Customer Reviews

Your Weekly Dose of Language Learning Love

Actual Fluency is a great podcast for language learners from any background. Chris Broholm loves language learning and dedicates himself to hearing the stories of learners from all kinds of backgrounds. There’s always something interesting, and I love his enthusiasm as a host.

My favourite language learning podcast

I really enjoy all the AF podcasts. They are so interesting, and I always pick up something new from each guest. Highly recommended to all language learners.

Language passion!

Chris’s work is great because it oozes passion and authenticity. He isn’t afraid to acknowledge his weaknesses, and in fact converts this into a big strength, because when we listen to him we see ourselves. This is motivating and educational, and that’s why I love his podcast!

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