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Oct. 18, 2021

Taking the leap from monoglot to something-glot with Elise Cutts | Ep. #2

When I set out to start a podcast, I knew I wanted to help my listeners to develop new mindsets and break down old myths around language learning, and in this episode I’m speaking with someone who has really worked on her mindsets and beliefs around language learning - and even more importantly, she has found ways of learning that work for her. Listen to this interview with Elise Cutts.


When I set out to start a podcast, I knew I wanted to help my listeners to develop new mindsets and break down old myths around language learning, and in this episode I’m speaking with someone who has really worked on her mindsets and beliefs around language learning - and even more importantly, she has found ways of learning that work for her. Listen to this interview with Elise Cutts.

We mentioned a few different tools and resources, I hope I haven't missed any (please leave a comment if that is the case):

  • italki for finding online language tutors / language exchange partners
  • Netflix (ever heard of it? 😉) for watching foreign language TV / films
  • Anki - a spaced repetition programme for creating flashcards. There are many different apps that use this programme (it is open source) but a popular one is AnkiApp

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Elise Cutts

Elise is a word nerd and language blogger based in Cambridge, Massachusetts USA. She started learning German almost by accident in 2019 now writes Monoglot Anxiety, a language blog about self-teaching languages built around the idea that there's no one perfect way to learn. She speaks English and German and knows a bit of Danish and Italian. When she's not insulting Dutch on Twitter or re-watching her favorite German TV shows for the 1000th time, Elise works as a graduate student researcher at MIT and freelance science journalist.

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