Hong Kong Guide

Why you should Travel to Eastern Europe and Learn their Languages | How to travel better

Written by Ariel



Language Tsar’s free travel course
Language Tsar’s free language course

Click [cc] icon for subtitles in Portuguese and English!

Buy 1 lesson & get a 2nd lesson free with italki by clicking through on this special offer:

Email list signup:

Website:

In this video, you’ll learn how hyperpolyglot Lucas Bighetti from Brazil learnt several languages from Eastern Europe, like Russian, Polish and Ukrainian (quite an unusual choice for a Brazilian).

You can view subtitles of the video’s transcript by selecting the language you want in the ‘cc’ box or ‘closed captions’ box. So far I have added this option for English and Portuguese.

Subscribe:
Website:
YouTube channel:
Twitter:
Facebook:
Google+:
Pinterest:
VK:

Languages: Português

About the author

Ariel

Lawyer, Musician, Serial Careerist, Amateur Chef, Papercut Survivor. Is this water dry?.

5 Comments

  • In mathematick sentences after this video is the same what I meant before. Exatly next: (Espana l l. – France L.) + (Russia l. – Poland l.) = 0. Next: (Espana l. – Portugal l.) + (Russia l. – Ukraine l.) = 0. This Brasilian boy is great. He helpet me to finish this mathematical sentense.

  • Seu português é ótimo!! Adorei essa conversa! Deve ser muito bom visitar um país e saber falar a língua local.

Leave a Comment