Can you learn a language without paying attention, trying, or even knowing that you're learning? In this video of our Science Behind Language Learning series, your guide Kaitlyn Tagarelli (Linguist, PhD) explores implicit and explicit language learning, the continuum they exist on, and why striking a balance between the two might be key to language learning success.
If you want to learn more about the scientific research consulted for this video, and how Mango guides learners, take a look at our blog article that accompanies this episode: https://blog.mangolanguages.com/implicit-and-explicit-learning
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Wondering what languages were used in today’s episode?
Cherokee | ᎣᏏᏲ! (O*3si.2yo.1) and ᎪᎯᏴ ᏙᎾᏓᎪᎲᎢ! (Ko*2hi*3yv.1 do*3na.2da*3go*3hv2?i.1!) mean “Hello!” and “See you later!”
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Kaitlyn Tagarelli (PhD, Georgetown University) is a Linguist and the Head of Research at Mango Languages. She holds a Ph.D. in Linguistics from Georgetown University, specializing in how the mind and brain learn languages. Aside from geeking out about all things neuroscience and linguistics, she loves hanging out with her family at their Connecticut home, trying to convince them to speak French with her.
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