Monthly Archives: August 2013

Extreme Guerrilla Learning Update: French Anywhere

Just to bring you up to speed: I’m learning French in a hurry and for free. This is a more radical version of my guerrilla language learning challenge, where I’m learning three languages on a budget. Today, I’m looking at ways of taking my French offline! You are here to read and learn. I’m here […]

A Guide to my Mothertongue: Polish Language Learning Resources

This post was inspired by a great question on Twitter – but anyway, it was long overdue. I’ve been so focused on languages foreign to me (learning them and writing about them) that I forgot all about Polish! Let’s fix that today: here’s a quick guide to Polish learning resources. You are here to read […]

Bilinguals, Pickers and Choosers: Language Materials for Guerrilla Learners

I’m on a mission to find out how affordable language learning could get. I’ve taken up some exciting challenges (and a crazy one about French). Today I’m returning to a question of learning materials: how much does price influence quality for language learning aids? You are here to read and learn. I’m here to write! […]

Guerrilla French Language Learning Update: High Input, Low Output

Some time ago, I announced a brave and cunning plan: to learn French in 30 days without spending a penny. All foreign language learners should probably know better – but my anxiety and motivation pushes me on. Here’s a quick update on my French learning methods! You are here to read and learn. I’m here […]

Extreme Guerrilla Learner – 30 Days and 0 Dollars to Learn One Language

It dawned on me last morning. I’m going to Morocco. And English won’t help me much. What happened later was even more fun. You are here to read and learn. I’m here to write! My three e-books are available for you to download. I update them every year with bonus chapters, so you always get […]