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How to Reach Native-like Fluency - Luca Lampariello at the Polyglot Gathering 2014

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This video was recorded at the Polyglot Gathering in Berlin 2014 (www.polyglotberlin.com). Luca Lampariello is well-known in the polyglot community for his ability to speak many languages at a near-native level and in this talk he reveals some of his secrets. Follow Luca's blog: http://www.thepolyglotdream.com/
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Kevin Joe (26 дней назад)
as an Italian , he has trouble with some sounds non-existent in Italian, for example, th... he tends to be hesitant with "th".
anna Kazelov (1 месяц назад)
Good talk
mothman84 (2 месяца назад)
If you're facing the police, do NOT make it an opportunity to practice language. That's terrible advice. Obey lawful orders without question, make sure you do the bare minimum to qualify as cooperative, but do NOT use any language - let alone a foreign language - any more than you strictly need to. The cops are NOT a social experiment.
Thiago VloG (2 месяца назад)
Does anyone want to practise Portuguese BR ? I'm Portuguese native speaker looking for a partner who is native English speaker.
Castro Rolim (3 месяца назад)
Muito bom o vídeo, mas o foco no instrutor fica muito longe
Jeffrey D (3 месяца назад)
19:52 I tell people this all the time. Russian gets harder, not easier. So if you think its hard in the first three months....just quit now!
WeAreMiss (4 месяца назад)
Everything you said is just true! I always try to explain people that even though I speak several languages fluently (according to my very own definition), there is a huge difference in the vocabulary I know and in the way I can "imitate" facial expressions ansd gestures depending on where and how I learned the language.
tienglongmy (5 месяцев назад)
Essential, non-optional 5th knight: accent reduction training.
Mike 1462 (7 месяцев назад)
He seems to be confusing fluency with proficiency, fluency is related to fluid or flow. Proficiency aids fluency, but it is not the same thing.
Maxilingual (8 месяцев назад)
Great talk. Wish I had discovered this earlier. It’s so similar to my experience: https://youtu.be/Ti_gFEe1XNY
Gabriel Ferrero Ramirez Gaston (8 месяцев назад)
Firstly, I want to compliment the presenter and say that I value very much his advice. Second, I want to say that being a polyglot does not mean that one knows ever nook and cranny of a language. Third, writing and reading a book is something that very few people are good at and that, usually, takes years of study and knowledge of a language. The two years' polyglot learning strategy is okay to, let's say, interpret, but reading and writing is not for everyone. Lastly, C2 level exams are TOUGH and anyone who has attained or is at that level, even without an official Cambridge or Oxford certification, usually is considered a native speaker, theoretically and practically.
Joel Meza (9 месяцев назад)
Just one word, genius.
Joel Meza (9 месяцев назад)
that's so lit
Oscar (10 месяцев назад)
0:56 McDonlad’s 🍔😋
EmDeusTudoE Possivel (10 месяцев назад)
Very interesting ✌🏽
Roberto Martínez (11 месяцев назад)
Is that just me who wants Luca to slow down? He makes me get stressed. Fluency doesn't mean speed up, it means convey your ideas.
Владимир Грушко (9 дней назад)
Yep, his flow is quite natural mate, just listen carefully, practise))
Emil Storgaard (6 месяцев назад)
Roberto Martínez Most native English speakers speak faster than he does
peace& love (1 год назад)
Thanks from Egypt:)
Oh, my God| we are in 2017 and this video is amazing to watch. Thanks for sharing
Brb09 (1 год назад)
Anyone having a hard time following him? I don't know, maybe it's just the audio.
Michel Serres (4 месяца назад)
The sound is very poor indeed.
Bucherviews (1 год назад)
Great talk, but I wish I could see the slides.
jsbuser (1 год назад)
This is ridiculous, a talk on being able to communicate and you cant read the slides on the screen. Although Luca is engaging, this is not a good presentation for that reason.
Lane Moje (1 год назад)
Sir at 32:00 what usually helps with the police is to pretend to not understand if it is a minor offence. :D
Bob Adams (1 год назад)
This would have been better if the camera was placed closer to the power point screen. I could not see any of the visual information being presented. As a visual learner this is very important.
videos de un asperger (1 год назад)
habla español alguien digame cual es el punto de esto
Theodore Anderson (1 год назад)
Habla del proceso de adquirir un nivel muy avanzado en cuanto a la fluidez en un idioma extranjero.
JJ Sih (1 год назад)
I wonder how Luca feels about all the polyglot frauds online given that he is really fluent in languages and do not give me that bs that fluency is fluid it is not, you need B2 or above
TheFernando9999 (1 год назад)
1.A growth Mindset makes the difference 2.Being aware of Neuro-Science is an asset
danil mronz (1 год назад)
Luca sei un grande ho visto una conferenza di un tuo collega slovacco non c e' paragone, spieghi da ddio e' un piacere ascoltarti
M 27 (1 год назад)
I'm looking for a native English speaker (preferably Brits)to do language exchange.Anyone who wants to learn/practice mandarin please leave me a message.Many thanks
TheFamous35 (1 год назад)
Luca is the most adept poly out there. He speaks at least 5 languages with native level pronunciation and fluency.
Rudy Melo (2 месяца назад)
vladimir skultety is very good as well. Watch the video of him speaking 19 languages
Lucifer911 (4 месяца назад)
American Writer If you are American you are the last people on Earth to be critical of polyglots. It’s rare for a non Hispanic American to achieve a C1 in Espagnol despite sharing a land border with Mexico.
Amun Muniz (4 месяца назад)
American Writer really dude? Really? Lets see you do a presentation like him in just ONE different language.
azzteke (5 месяцев назад)
American Writer (8 месяцев назад)
He has room for improvement in English.
Go Hard Or Go Home (1 год назад)
Even if you didn't say a lot in french , i heard your accent in really nice !!! for a lot of people acquiring the 'right' accent is really hard, could you make a video about that maybe?
Go Hard Or Go Home (1 год назад)
thanks for the tips, I study russian too. it's so hard ! reading and listening are not a problem, but writing and speaking is soooo hard, It's discouraging. but I really want to learn it !
Pearl Harbor (2 года назад)
There are analysts and commentators on television that don't speak proper english during popular sporting events. I would be happy just to be able to comunicate confidently in a foreign lanquage.
DongRyul Kim (2 года назад)
What is this about?
Rob Montgomery (2 года назад)
언어들, 그리고 여러 언어로 쓰인 것
nathanpiazza (2 года назад)
I really like this video! I really wish we could see his slides more clearly, or have an outline in the video description.
Diego Wilson Huaman Rodriguez (2 года назад)
I hope to be there as soon as I have finished memorized Le RObert dictionnaire_ :D
Ann Max (2 года назад)
bravo, Luca! Excellent as always!
John Kirton (2 года назад)
Awful maths Luca! Try 157,680 instead of 78,840!
dotMitch (2 года назад)
Hey, I'm an english 19 year old looking to learn dutch, can anyone help me please! I've done a few courses already on memrise
Simply Sookie (1 год назад)
Read in dutch, watch a dutch tv show and listen to and learn dutch songs. Look up: Ronnie Flex, lil kleine, broederliefde, jonna fraser. These are the big dutch hip hop artists. It's a fun way of gaining vocab, fluency and to help your pronunciation.
Merel Ha (1 год назад)
+dotMitch Nice, well good luck with Dutch then. (If you already speak a bit of Dutch you can try using HelloTalk.) 
dotMitch (1 год назад)
Would like to some day move there + my girlfriend lives there
Merel Ha (1 год назад)
You can see if you're able to find someone to speak/write with. Just wondering, but why do you want to learn Dutch?
Rory Fowler (2 года назад)
duolingo. really helpful I am learning Italian and using it for German revision
Amerizuelan (2 года назад)
I'm a nearly native English speakers since I've lived in the States since I was 6 and I can't really tell that you're not a native speaker
Lorena Vodniza (1 год назад)
Amerizuelan he's Italian, but he is also very good in a lot of different languages.
Hello Pal (2 года назад)
Great presentation :) Many people are learning languages these days and often claim they cannot find any native speakers to practice with. Now there is Hello Pal, for Android and iOS, which solves that problem :) Have a look at our videos for more information. We strongly encourage people to continue studying and practicing languages. Learning languages is not only fun, it is also healthy and improves your overall memory as well. So, keep up your studies, stay motivated, and anyone can become a polyglot at some point :) -- Ramon @ Hello Pal.
Chantal Said (6 месяцев назад)
Once you weed out the perverts it's pretty useful.
Polyglot University (2 года назад)
+ivanduvok I personally recommend HelloTalk.
Hello Pal (2 года назад)
+ivanduvok Hi! Good question. Italki offers you 2 things: Paid teachers and finding language exchanges. They don't have an own platform to communicate with each other, correct each others mistakes efficiently, have all the translation tools etc in the same platform. So if you meet someone on italki you would need to go to Skype or another software to communicate, you would need another page with Google Translate and it just isn't made for the language learning experience. Hello Pal does have everything within one app. You can meet people through the app and chat with those people right from your phone, right from within our app, and it is all free. Hello Pal has all the tools you need to communicate even in languages you never even started learning. We offer an all-in-one solution. Give it a try, it's free :) Perhaps you'll like it.
ivanduvok (2 года назад)
how this compare to italki?
J Johnson (2 года назад)
The fiddling around with the slides is distracting.
MrC0MPUT3R (2 года назад)
Jag kan läsa mer svenska än jag kan prata eller förstå. Jag behöver att prata med en svensk person. :(
Para Humanatara (2 года назад)
franklin alexander Colmenarez (2 года назад)
es una gran pena que los coordinadores de Polyglot Gathering no hayan puesto las diapositivas al menos al lado de lucas para mejor efecto educacional ..... !
I made you read this (3 года назад)
Is it really possible to achieve full fluency in any foreign language for someone who started learning at a later age? I mean, I've never once come across someone who did that unless he'd lived in a country where the language is actually spoken at an early age.
Gravity™ (2 месяца назад)
My uncle learned spanish when he was an adult, he never left the country for it. He's completely fluent, no accent and his wife only speaks spanish. So yea, it's posisble
Simply Sookie (1 год назад)
I made you read this i'm very fluent in english. I have no accent, use proverbs etc. and I'm only 17. Imagine if I would actually try to improve it (cause learning english just kinda happened for m), read in the language perhaps even study in english. I'd be on 100 native level and would even acquire an academic level
FAHAD MOHAMED (1 год назад)
Nathan can you help. in fact, i would like to improve my speaking skills
Antonio Sarosi (1 год назад)
I made you read this Well, I think that yes, it's possible, but you have to be in contact very frequently with native speakers, for instance if you go to a university in the country where the language you want to learn is spoken. If you are from the US you might have met international students who go there to study, and they end up speaking basically like the natives. In Britain I think there are also a lot of international students. So basically you need an academic surrounding, where you can learn the language in a formal way, and also when talking with friends in a coloquial way, which is really important. In my case, I didn't start to learn languages at a late age, actually I'm only 17 now, but I speak 4 languages and I can tell you that the more languages you speak, the faster you can learn a new one. In addition, you will speak better the language that you use more, people tend to think that if a person speaks more than a language he or she will speak his/her mother language better than the other, but that's not true. I'll put my example. I was born in Romania, so theoretically my "mother language" is Romanian, but at the age of 6 I moved to Spain, where I'm living now. Since I'm studying here, the language that I use more frequently is Spanish and valencian (a dialect of Catalan, language spoken in East Spain), I use Romanian just to communicate with my parents. So what happend is that my Romanian became very simple, while in Spanish I talk in a more sophisticated way, using connectors and a large vocabulary. So in conclusion, from my experience, it should be almost 100% possible to learn a language native-like when you're an adult, and also if you speak more than a language that doesn't mean that you will speak your mother language better, but the language that you use more.
Frederik Rasmussen (2 года назад)
Oh yeah? Then how come I meet those people all the time? How come Ive been told literally hundreds of time that people can't hear my foreign accent when speaking Chinese with them when on the phone? You can search for "Julien gaudfroy" and you will see a french guy speaking Chinese more standard than many Chinese people, he started at the age of 20 if im not mistaken.
Michele Dorigatti (3 года назад)
Are the slide available?
Jenoye Stewart (3 года назад)
actually it would be more difficult for me to come there for Jamaican dollars aren't worth the same as U.S.
Jenoye Stewart (3 года назад)
have the organizers of the polyglot gathering considered taking one of these conferences to Jamaica?
ivanduvok (2 года назад)
Would this bring about a big crowd in Jamaica?
German Polyglot - Judith Meyer (3 года назад)
+Jenoye Stewart That's beyond our capabilities unfortunately. We are just hobbyists and we have never been to Jamaica. Organizing a conference in a place you don't live is too difficult. Have you thought of coming to the Polyglot Conference this October? It will take place in New York, may be easier to get to. www.polyglotconference.com
Nico Antonescu (3 года назад)
Saying that some people might not know things like 'screwdriver' or 'shoelaces' and can still be considered fluent is nonsense. Anyone in any language knows basic words in their language. Ok you might not know what a certain type of file is, but you'll know what a file is. You might not know what a certain type of knot is called, but you'll know the word for knot. You might not know polyalloy wheel, but you'll know the word for wheel. Basics which don't go into 'specialist' areas should be completely known otherwise you're not fluent. For instance you might not know what a spinose leaf is but you'll know what a leaf is whether you work with plants or not..this is basic shit. You just can't say you're fluent if you don't know all basic things. Sorry.
ulemper (7 месяцев назад)
Giorgio Di Renzo exactly im 27 and i didnt know leaves existed until a couple months ago. I have never seen a tree before i live in antarctica
rymd pojke (8 месяцев назад)
You seem very angry, Nico. 🤤
rabia ali (1 год назад)
The best It really very nice
Beta Vulgaris (1 год назад)
+Mei Douthitt That's because you're American and ignorant. In your country it's called a wrench. In the UK it's called a spanner.
Mei Douthitt (1 год назад)
Beta Vulgaris Then I'm not a fluent English speaker, even though I'm a 54-year old native-born American. I've no idea what a spanner is.
theatisgr (3 года назад)
That's a nice presentation, but it does not take into account the fact that some people do NOT want to sound like foreigners, either because they are very proud of their native accent, or because they are ashamed to use a foreign accent. For example, French sounds too feminine to many non-French men, so they think that they’ll sound sissy if they pronounce all those nasal vowels, stressing words on the last syllable to boot!
litlos1994 (3 года назад)
Wow, Benny Lewis is an engineer too.
Lucifer911 (4 месяца назад)
litlos1994 except he’s never achieved any fluency in any language.
Juan (3 года назад)
Good talk, Luca is one of the best I've found, cause he really seems to speak well several languages, not just communicate (which the majority of polyglots get stuck into). I love to get deep into these subjects. However, I think one doesn't really need to get that much into it to achieve fluency. For example, I don't think you need to learn intonation or pronunciation separately from content, as Luca mentioned around 47:00 ("super segmental features" or something). I think this is all knowledge embedded into the language. IF you are very enthusiastic about that type of strategic studying, DO IT, because when you're excited you learn a lot. But if you like a more natural approach, if you just hear a LOT your brain figures that stuff out. You're in no disadvantage imo. Some people with great talent pick up these details much quicker (that's why some people pick up decent pronunciation early on, their brains are good at picking up those tiny details), but I believe anyone with enough time/input will get there. Some people though live like 10 YEARS in their target language country and still don't achieve good pronunciation. I think it's because they don't want it, they shut their brains to that, cause they're not interested or maybe they gave up too early. But if you ARE interested, then your brain picks it all, bit by bit. At the end, it's just input and interest.
Jaja Mama (1 год назад)
+Juan yes, well said :)
Juan (2 года назад)
+Jaja Mama Personally, interest is essential in anything I do. Without interest it’s death to me.
Jaja Mama (2 года назад)
+Juan P I guess interest plays a very essential role in language learning
Xiao Mei (4 года назад)
Another amazing amazing presentation by Luca. Very helpful. And he definitely speaks better than many native English speakers honestly...
Luis Ávila (5 месяцев назад)
Marcus Scott a
Matthew Macedo (8 месяцев назад)
Marcus Scott couldn’t have said it better myself!
Marcus Scott (2 года назад)
+Xiao Mei Way late in responding, I guess, and am only doing so because I see someone responded 7 hours ago to something I wrote nine months ago. (YouTube commenting: it's either as fast as lightning or as slow as a corpse.) It depends on what the kids in your neighborhood are speaking: if it's a sociolect like AAVE (African American Vernacular English) or some other similarly derived sociolect, then there is technically nothing wrong with how they speak. I myself grew up speaking both Standard American English and AAVE, and employed code-switching depending on my situation. Now, people may deem AAVE incorrect because it doesn't strictly adhere to Standard English norms...which is the whole point: if it did, it wouldn't need to be classified as a sociolect. However, it has its own consistent grammar and structure (i.e. you just can't say things all willy nilly and hope they make sense; at best, you'll get an eye-roll--at worst, you'll be made fun of.), However, I don't know if AAVE applies in your situation, but am more than sure that if they are and were raised in an English-speaking area, then more than likely they know "proper" grammar when it comes to Standard English; they may just prefer to speak in the vernacular, which often allows for much more fluidity (yet still requires adherence to certain grammatical norms).
Marcus Scott (2 года назад)
+Frederik Rasmussen No...what? No extraterrestrial sailor soldiers with moon crystal powers?
Frederik Rasmussen (2 года назад)
+Marcus Scott No
Järvi (4 года назад)
I study Russian; can confirm that it gets harder the more you get into it :D it's fun though.
uri black (3 месяца назад)
Pablo depends on your motivation and what other language you speck. Leant a language similer to your nothe toungue and a language your pasionate about
Pablo (9 месяцев назад)
Not what I wanted to hear 😭😭
Marcin Ratajczyk (2 года назад)
+Pakanahymni naah. depends on the person.
Lee McGill (4 года назад)
Hi Luca, I'm English, I don't think many English people would know your not a native speaker, your English sounds perfect.
Peter M (3 месяца назад)
It is very good but you can detect that he is not a native speaker. Luca, it is not "fo-koo-s" but "fou-ki-s". I also heard few grammar/style mistakes. BTW, he speak better than 75% of people in my office, LOL.
Atlanta Bill (3 месяца назад)
Marcus Scott, he probably says "quantità di genti" (amount of people) in Italian. If we lose the logic of our languages, our communication will devolve into chaos.
PIANOPHUNGUY (9 месяцев назад)
your or you're doesn't matter when "speaking English"
TheSCORPION BJJ (1 год назад)
Lee McGill there were only a few things that gave him away but yeah he has masked his accent very well
Maximillius (2 года назад)
+Marcus Scott (re: especially) writing a YouTube comment is an informal register, unlike the register/accuracy one would expect from someone who claims to have native like fluency (like Luca). or at least what I would expect. clearly we just have different expectations/standards, that's all
envie d'apprendre (4 года назад)
When I was learning French I really like having the IPA in my dictionary. Once you learn the range of sounds used in a language the IPA can clarify pronunciation in a language where the relation between spelling and pronunciation is difficult or inconsistant. With Italian or Russian all I need to know is which syllable to accent.
Khanh Thien (4 года назад)
Really really appreciate your time!
Kaleidophon (4 года назад)
Is there any way to get the slides?
Mau24ef (4 года назад)
Así quiero vivir mi vida! #inspiring #Respekt
DelNegro10 (4 года назад)
Lucas, the Best of the very best!
azzteke (5 месяцев назад)
given HIM talent.
Fernando Ibica (1 год назад)
God has given he talent, this man was born for this

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