Hyperpolyglot Richard Simcott on how he juggles so many languages, the “minimum effective dose” required to move a language project forward & how he chooses which languages to pursue

Hyperpolyglot Richard Simcott on how he juggles so many languages, the “minimum effective dose” required to move a language project forward & how he chooses which languages to pursue

Richard Simcott is a “hyperpolyglot” who speaks over a dozen languages fluently and many dozen to various levels; a feat that led HarperCollins to name him one of Britain’s most multilingual people. He is also the co-founder of the Polyglot Conference, an annual event that brings together polyglots, linguists, and lovers of language from all over the world (the event will be online this year from October 16 to 25, 2020). He returns to the Language Mastery Show six years after our first conversation to talk about how he juggles so many languages, the “minimum effective dose” required to move a language project forward, and how he chooses which languages to pursue. He is a fountain of language learning wisdom and I hope you enjoy our conversation as much as I did!

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