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Episode #29


00:35:57 minutes long
audio file size: 49.8 mb

This is a personal episode where I talk about the things I’ve learned from the Loud and Proud 5-day fluency challenge, I reflect on the challenges the participants went through and share my own personal challenges as I was working on this project.

This podcast episode was recorded in the midst of the Corona crisis that is happening now around the world, and exactly two weeks after we had completed the Loud and Proud challenge.
So the title ‘challenges’ seems rather appropriate.

Links mentioned in the episode:

How To Become Fluent In English? Identify Your Challenges Using The Fluency Wheel:

Map our your fluency challenges with my fluency wheel:

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7 Responses

  1. Hi Hadar, thank you so much for being such generous teacher. I can feel the passion for sharing your knowledge by the tone of your voice. Please, keep up with your hard work. All those who wanna improve their English skills need you. I certainly do!

  2. Thank you for sharing your experience and challenges during this crisis in the world.

  3. How nice of you a night owl person that can stay up late and do the hardwork but take enough sleep though. thanks goodness was part of the loud & proud and time became so productive to me, the english world makes work for me, and I can say you’re passion is commendable, you’re an ultimate loving teacher with an immense command of technic

  4. Hi Hadar ! Your podcast is superb as usual. But this one shows some new features I particularly like. It deals of course first of all with professional English. However, besides that it shows something highly emotional which is as important as professionalism. For me, it tacitly pictures the event from some million years ago when our very early ancestors gathered together in case of great danger around the bonfire and took calm just from being together. I feel Hadar, that you have shown that in our recent days of global danger such activities like the “Challenge” are very up to date, useful and necessary. Thank you for that. Laszlo

  5. Hi Hadar!First of all I want to thank you for all the resources and knowledge you share with us. My story short: I’m a History teacher from Spain and 2 summers ago I fell in love with an american guy and now I am trying to enroll in an exchange teaching program with US. My interest in improving my accent is personal as much as profesional. Thanks again!

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