Multilingualism is generally considered cool yet difficult to achieve, especially if second, third and fourth languages are acquired later in life.

could you tell where are they from?



Matthew, who is originally from Manchester, England, is a language chameleon: Germans think he’s German, Spaniards think he’s Spanish, Brazilians think he’s… Portuguese.

Luca Lampariello, Italian,  talks about where he finds the motivation for learning languages, and how he’s learned 11 so far.

“I don’t live to learn languages, I learn languages to live a better life”.


Watch this video  where a woman performs a tour of the accents of the British Isles – and the celebrities who speak with them!

the video is not very easy to understand but try to listen to the different accents. It is a funny thing!

Do we have such a variety of accents in our language? of course we do! think about South America and our regional accents as well

COCKNEY :  cockney English refers to the accent or dialect of English traditionally spoken by working-class Londoners.Cockney speakers have a distinctive accent and dialect , sometimes described as  a peculiar slang language.