36: Book reading in English and Chinese with Matthew Boyle of Language Card Games
Yesterday we heard from Matthew Boyle of Language Card Games about his conversation with me (Steph) in December 2018 on Geopats Language podcast. As you heard in his reflection, reading and playing with language are important to him. These aspects of language loving are strong threads in my language love affair as well. So with that in mind, I want to share two clips from his December 2018 episode about reading. One clip is reading in English in his childhood and one is from reading Chinese as an adult. I hope you enjoy listening to these stories as much as I do!
Geopats Podcast Network 2 goals for November 2020:
1. Get 100 Listeners Per Episode Per Day:
Copy & paste the below social media post to help! If you are curious about #language, #books, #podcasting or #coffee globally,come test out the Geopats Podcasts during #NaPodPoMo this month.Each day we feature a guest & a clip from the shows. https://stephfuccio.com/napodpomo or #podcastrecommendation #geopats
2. Fundraise 30 coffees for the entire month (that's 1 coffee a day): https://www.buymeacoffee.com/geopats
This is a short clip from my interview with Matthew. The full interview can be found here:
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Every day this month crazy Podcasters like myself will be posting a podcast episode. http://napodpomo.org/ and https://www.facebook.com/groups/napodpomo/.
All month I will be doing a range of experimental catch up episodes of previous guests from ALL of the Geopats Podcast Network (https://www.stephfuccio.com/podcasts).
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An experimental month of podcasting for the Geopats Podcasting Network as part of National Podcast Posting Month, NaPodPoMo.