Become a polyglot!

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Hello readers of Aprender Palavras, today we are going to talk about something that a lot of you crave: BE A POLIGLOT!

and for you who are already one, keep reading, as it is always good to improve our study methods.

What is a polyglot?

The dictionary Aurélio online defines polyglot as follows:

“1 Written in several languages. 2 Who or who speaks or knows several languages ​​”

So a polyglot speaks more than three languages, that is, from four you can already consider yourself a polyglot. One point is that you want to study several languages, another quite different and you be organized and know what to study to be a polyglot, sometimes we all get lazy, we don't study anything, but if that persists, something in our programming OR in our methods are wrong. What do you think about having the help of someone who can help organize your studies in a way that suits your routine? This help does not consist in teaching a foreign language, but in ORGANIZING and even giving a WAY to study (see, I did not speak FORMULA, but said FORMA).

Diary of a Polyglot

This is the proposal that Otávio Bretas presents to us in the courses he is taking, to become polyglots by giving a BASE of studies or IMPROVING what we already have, a few months ago I found his website, and to be VERY sincere, it was the most coherent thing I read, I was so tired of reading articles from people talking about magic formulas, and other things that ran away from what is really true - YOU ONLY LEARN A LANGUAGE STUDYING, Yes, put your faces in books. I invite you reader to know the pearls of daily tips he gives on the website Diary of a Polyglot.


OTÁVIO BRETAS Creator of Diary of a polyglot, English teacher and passionate about learning different languages.

What can you expect to find there? well beyond the many tips that Otávio gives, you can hear from a polyglot the easiest and most difficult languages ​​to learn, you can request a study habits ebook that is a preview of what he offers in his course.

In 2005 I started to study Japanese, then I got to know Korean (although I didn't study it) and from then on I started to study many others, for so long I have been reading on the internet sites, bolgs, watching videos, listening to Podcasts on the subject, but the diary of a polyglot brought a different proposal, a very interesting point of view, I can guarantee that it’s not just another website, they are tips that are worth considering.