October Language Challenge Video Pledges

October 13th, 2015 | Posted by Nicolò Talignani in feature | Language Challenge | Motivation

See Who’s Taking October Language Challenge

If you are taking October Language challenge we’re giving away 50 free ITC if you make a video challenge pledge. Life Hacks research has shown that if you put yourself up to something by doing it in public, you follow through because others are watching.  So use peer pressure to your advantage!  So help out your fellow language learners participating in the challenge!  Leave them words of encouragement on their notebook entries!  And don’t forget to sign up for yourself, and get the Autumn of to a great start!

Click the links below to see:

October Language Challenge Video Pledges 2

October Language Challenge Video Pledges 3

October Language Challenge Video Pledges 4

 

Autumn  from Nova Scotia, Canada is learning French and Spanish

Autumn has been teaching English on italki for 4 years, and she’s also been a student learning on italki at the same time. She has already completed the June challenge and this is her second time doing that because she wants to get a very high level in Spanish. She wish everyone the best of luck. Give her some support by leaving a quick message in her notebook.

 

Jatin from Delhi, India is learning Dutch

Jatin wants to improve his target language which is Dutch. His goals for this challenge are to have a better conversation and improve his vocabulary. Give him some support by leaving a quick message in his notebook.

 

Alessandra from Turin, Italy is learning German

Alessandra would like to make this challenge with German. She wants to improve it much as possible and her final goal is speaking with friends without so many mistakes. Also she’d like to improve a little bit even the grammar. Give her some support by leaving a quick message in her notebook.

 

Jan Hyde from Leicester, United Kingdom is learning Spanish

Jan has been learning Spanish for three years but now she is still find quiet difficult to have to conversation with native Spanish speakers. Sometimes she get quiet frustrated when speaks in Spanish because she forgets some words and some phrases that she has learned but she doesn’t get practiced using. Jan successfully completed the challenge last year. Give her some support by leaving a quick message in her notebook.

 

 

Wyzwanie from Poland, is learning English

Wyzwanie is participating our October Language Challenge and she would like to improve her English level.

 

Alex Barnes from England, is learning German

In July Alex already did italki language challenge in Chinese and this time he would like to do it in German. He studied Chinese and German at University in England but last year he was in China, so he has forgotten a lot of German. Alex has no particular goals but he wants to improve his pronunciation and accent and to be a bit more fluent when he talks. Give him some support by leaving a quick message in his notebook.

 

Amanda Saravia from Springfield, United States is learning Turkish

Amanda is learning Turkish. She wants to improve her fluency like talk faster and also learn a little bit more words. Give her some support by leaving a quick message in her notebook.

 

Eoghan from Ireland, is learning French 

Eoghan is learning an interesting and beautiful language-French! This is him October Language Challenge public pledge video. Give him some support by leaving a quick message in his notebook!

 

Morgane from France, is learning Korean

Morgane is a French teacher on italki but she is also student because she is learning Korean. Morgane is doing this because she is going to working in a Korean company in two weeks. This is her October Language Challenge public pledge video. Give her some support by leaving a quick message in her notebook.

 

Gillian from Scotland, is learning French 

Gillian wants to improve her French. She is going to do at least three lessons a week, possibly more. Give her some support by leaving a quick message in her notebook.

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