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Book details
  • SubGenre:Miscellaneous
  • Language:English
  • Pages:80
  • eBook ISBN:9781483532332

16 Kinds Of Snow, Or How And Why Bilinguals Do It Better

by Wiktor Kostrzewski

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  • 16 best stories from the blog
  • New, unpublished articles and advice posts
  • A simple, 7-day plan to start your language learning
  • 50% of all profits go to Oxfam

"An engaging read for everyone who wants to learn another language or is interested in language learning in general. The book deals with various aspects of language learning and offers a lot of honest and useful advice..." - Recha's Goodreads Review

"This book is ideal for language learners everywhere, whether you are starting out for the first time...to die hard linguists. It provides you with all the tools and tips to help you make real progress with your language learning. What's more it is a book you can dip into time after time." - Amazon Review


There is never a single story behind becoming multilingual. There is never just one piece of advice that will help you find your foreign language fun. That is why this book gives you over thirty of them - plus a simple one-week plan to finally start your polyglot project. In 2011, a website was launched with one goal: learning languages better. Three years and hundreds of stories later, this ebook brings you the most inspiring, wild and provocative insights from 16kinds.com - along with seventeen new, unpublished articles. This book is for you if your foreign language mojo is gone - if your polyglot masterplan came unhinged - or if you're teaching a language and forgot how much it matters. So jump right in. Find the fun in language learning - see the bilingual life from a new perspective. Or maybe - rediscover what you used to know, but forgot. It is never too late to start using another language - and it's always more fun than you thought!

About the author

Wiktor is a language teacher, translator and translator trainer. His love of learning languages inspired him to start 16kinds.com - a website focused on multilingual education. He is also a life coach and a sailing instructor. He lives in London.