Why & how I learnt six languages: Hear me speaking six languages. I explain why I learnt these languages and I briefly talk about how I learnt them. I also tell you some of the embarrassing/funny linguistic mistakes I've made while speaking some of these languages.
If you want to hear an Australia speaking six languages, click play!
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My languages are:
For English lessons, visit my channel, English with Max. All of the videos are free. These include free English vocabulary videos, English grammar videos, English pronunciation videos, English tips, and English listening practice. This channel aims at helping people learn and improve their English - whether they have been learning English for a while or have recently started.
I am a native speaker from Australia. I mainly speak British English.
Australian speaking 6 languages (why & how I learnt 6 languages)
You should’ve learnt Spanish from any country in Latin America (except for Chile and Argentina) instead of Spanish from Spain. There’s nothing worse than a lisp in Spanish. The “th” sound doesn’t even exist in the Spanish language
Edit: But all that aside, nice Spanish anyway 👍🏼
Hey youre australian? I am Australian too. But I was born and live in Bangkok, making me not good at English lol. but I love learning English and bahasa too! (Bahasa Indonesian, not Malay). I still make a lot of mistakes but I got a lot of fun while studying, especially when learning bahasa. Saya menyukai cara kamu melafalkan bahasa, sangat bagus dari saya yang masih baru wkwk.
I love Marco's channel:
And this one is helpful for grammar:
You can also look for online teachers on websites such as italki, Verbling and Cambly.
All the best!
Wow! You speak many languages and obviously very well and you have a brilliant story behind the every language. I speak Finnish, English and know basic Swedish. Now I have learnt French for a while, which is lovely languages.
Kamu bahasa Indonesia BOLEH!!
Heh I only just started learning it as a 3rd language in school but i can understand it pretty well as i can already speak and understand basic malay
Im quite surprised as most people dont really learn bahasa indonesia as a language though its actually quite an easy one
Hi max ! I enjoyed « dans la chambre de l’autre chien « .
I speak French and Arabic very well . Berbère is my maternal language . I would like to speak English fluently . And some Spanish too .
I have watched your video about the 10 difficult English words . It was interesting . Before it was the chaos in my head ( mind ?) . Now particularly I know how I pronounce syringe ,miscellaneous , thermometer
, and others .
Thanks so much and congratulations for your videos
OMG, Max! I understood most of it! I don't speak French or Spanish but with my basic German I got the story with the police call :D and my Italian helped me with the story in Spanish, too :D Obrigada for this video! <3
Hi! Nice to see you here! :)
Did you put the subtitles on? One of the words I said to the police was completely made up! (Well... I said "Einbrechung" instead of "Einbruch". But at least they got the point. :D I also once made one of my flatmates laugh by leaving a note that said: "Der Reparierman ist gekommen." A bit of Denglish there...)
In any case, thanks for watching! :)
Danke schoen! I started when I was 14, then I went to Germany when I was 20. My grammar was very good before I went, but my vocabulary wasn't great. That improved over time. But I also made sure that I lived with other Germans, and I would almost always look up words that I didn't know (and I often wrote them down in a notebook). I hope that helps!
+English with Max i am from Eritrea but i live in Germany for 4 years & i stay hier for alwayst i hope . but you speak better than me really i dont understand how you able to speak so fluently Amazing how long you study it
12:21 Me he dado cuenta que es común para las personas que aprenden español, que en algún momento se equivoquen de manera graciosa diciendo algo con referencia sexual jajaja (
también le pasó a un amigo) Igualmente tu español es muy bueno, casi no tienes acento, hablas muy bien!
I'm desperate to get to the point where you are now with so many languages! Keep up the amazing work! Your German is really awesome! I'm learning French so I want to get to the point where I can understand everything you've said here!
I speak four of the languages you mentioned above (which are Italian English, German and Spanish), and I think that, apart from having a very good accent for all of them, you just have like a gift for learning foreign languages! Keep doing that, in my opinion you're really good😉
I don't speak any language but i think you're very good , regards ,pero claro que hablas muy bien el español saludos linda👍👍👍hoy me motivaste y espero algún día hablar tan bien inglés así como tú hablas español✌️✌️
Hello how are you doing ,I am from Mexico and I speak almost 5 languages they are Spanish English , Portuguese Italian and I am learning French you accents in Spanish and Italian along with French are very good ,but I love your English Australian accent , yeah if you already know Spanish Portuguese would be a piece of cake . Ok have a good night.
Wow dein Deutsch ist echt fantastisch. Okay ein bisschen vermisse ich zwar den süßen englischen Akzent gerade in den " Umlauten , aber ansonsten sehr gut um ehrlich zu sein könnte man denken du wärst aus Deutschland.
Dear Max, I very much appreciated your presentation. The only language that you and I have in common besides English is Spanish. I was very impressed with your Spanish. Your grammar in general was good as well as your pronunciation. It was very clear and understandable which is a lot more than I can say for a lot of native speakers of Spanish. LOL ! I have studied French, German and Italian previously but not at a very high level. Your French seems impeccable and your accent was suburb. I was quite impressed with your grasp of Indonesian. I was hoping that you would tell us something about the challenge. I have been told that the grammar is simple but the vocabulary is quite foreign. I speak Russian and Czech and understand Slovak and Polish. I would highly recommend to you a Slavic language. It is a challenge to an English speaker person like yourself. The grammar has a case system like Latin but no articles like German. Hooray ! The lexicon is a challenge for the beginner as well as pronunciation. But it is quite worthwhile. Hopefully, in future videos you can share your language learning strategies. I am quite sure that you have a lot to teach us.
Thank you very much for your lovely comment!
Yes, you're right. Indonesian grammar is relatively simple (although it gets more complicated in formal language), but the vocabulary is quite different compared to the other languages I've learnt.
I would love to study a Slavic language at some stage... The only difficulty is finding the time!
In my playlist "English Tips" I share a few strategies for language learning. I hope to add to it in the future!
I've been learning English for a year and I understand a lot in this language. I speak Spanish because is my native tongue and I try to teach to others who wants to do it. And actually I'm learning Italian too, it's a nice language, and I think it's easy for me 'cause is so close to Spanish. I hope learn German too.
I sometimes watch these YouTube channels:
- Falando Nisso
- Hello Rusty
- Speaking Brazilian Language School
I also find the website Lingq.com very useful. There's a lot of free content on it (audio files with transcripts). All the best!
Nossa, nossa! Hahaha.Our stories are quite similar. Because I loved languages, I was aiming at interpreting for a while. Then I realized that headache interpretin causes. I don’t function in two languages. One or the other. My languages are French and Spanish (schooled), Italian, Japanese, 2 ounces of Brazilian pre-Olympics, but mostly spoke Spanugese and a sprinkle of Korean.
Claire Gittens Wow, that's awesome! The worst thing for me was the stress when you weren't actually interpreting ;). I.e. This pressure to be constantly working on your languages and keeping abreast of current events.
I hope you found your calling in something else! 😀
If you live in Singapore or Malaysia, for Asians, it's easy to learn Mandarin, Cantonese, Hokkien, English, Melayu, Bahasa Indonesia at the same time. Majority people especially children fluent in 4 out of 6 of those at the age of 7.
It depends on how intensely you study and what level you're aiming for. If you study consistently and are able to practise your speaking on a regular basis, I'd say you could get quite fluent in 3 years or so. But like I said, it depends on various factors.
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