- Moses McCormick is the founder and CEO of FLR Method
- The Ohio native can speak and converse in over 20 languages
- McCormick can speak Mandarin, Spanish, Cantonese, German, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Twi, Arabic and many other languages
Moses McCormick has gained the attention of eyeballs across the world for his special ability to speak over 20 languages.
For many, he has become known as the man who walks up to strangers before engaging in a dance as a way to practice his foreign language skills.
According to travelnoire.com, McCormick can speak Mandarin, Spanish, Cantonese, German, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Twi, Arabic, and many other languages.
Briefly.co.za learnt that he actually converses fluently in these languages.
Speaking about his ability to fluently move around with these languages, McCormick told Quartz that it’s like drugs to him.
“When I walk up to someone and speak to them, they get really excited. There’s something about that first encounter, that’s really addictive,’’
The Ohio native majored in Chinese at Ohio University where he almost tested out of all of his required Chinese classes because of his personal leaning while in high school.
Moses has studied, read, and spoken over 50 languages. He boldly speaks over 20.
Through his company, FLR Method, together with his love for language and special abilities, Moses assists others to learn foreign languages.
The man of many talents has quite a following with over 200 000 subscribers on his YouTube channel.
Moses believes that learning a foreign language opens up doors and expands the social networks of people.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that China was the first country to go through the dreaded coronavirus pandemic. So, they know how hard it is to be in lockdown because of Covid-19.
Last week Thursday, China Plus South Africa shared a video of Chinese students sending messages of hope to Mzansi.
Not only did they warm hearts with their kind words, but the students also impressed Saffas because they spoke in Zulu.
According to the post, the students have been studying Zulu in an undergraduate programme at Beijing Foreign Studies University.
The video was captioned:
"These Zulu-speaking Chinese students and teachers hope to bring love and heartfelt wishes to South Africans as they are also following the #coronavirus development in the rainbow state. These students have been studying Zulu in an undergraduate programme at Beijing Foreign Studies University, where over 100 foreign language majors are offered. #Staystrong."
The video received 9 800 views and warmed South Africans' hearts.
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