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More than anything else, I am truly impressed by the degree to which Moses most clearly and truly actively thinking in the languages as he speaks them at the relative length of three or four minutes at a time.
He has put forth a tremendous amount of time and energy in pursuit of our common passion, and as a result he has not only already attained admirable results, but he holds the promise of being a core teaching polyglot for years to come.
Professor Alexander Arguelles
Foreign Language Expertise
I am pleased to endorse Moses McCormick’s website, and I do so for three reasons. First of all Moses is an accomplished polyglot. His ability to learn languages, many languages, difficult languages, unrelated languages, is remarkable.
I speak a few languages myself and can vouch for the comfort level that Moses has achieved in these languages. Secondly, Moses has developed an approach to language learning that not only works for him, which is obvious, but also works for others.
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I Strongly Recommend Moses…
Moses has a passion for helping students increase their competence to understand and use foreign languages. This is different from what many tutors offer. Moses’ goal is to make his tutees self-sufficient instead of being completely dependent on a tutor for learning of every new concept. I strongly recommend Moses as tutor of foreign languages.
Todd Suddeth, PhD, https://www.linkedin.com/in/toddsuddeth
I have been observing Moses McCormick’s linguistic achievements for some time now. While he would appear to disclaim possessing any special gifts for languages, it is clear that he has a knack for language learning in general. The hyper-polyglot Steve Kaufman has recognized this, as I do myself.
It is very hard to define what “knowing” a language actually is. Even basic communication skills may be far more important than an ability to read the classics.
In my view, even being able to project one’s personality through a language, however limited one’s vocabulary, is highly useful. I see Moses doing this though languages as different–and exotic–as Zulu and Estonian. Through all his languages he is making a statement: linguistic wealth is mind-expanding and energizing, and worthy of everyone’s attention.
Peter Brown Ph.D
Alkantre Youtube Channel