I think it really depends on your reasons for becoming a polyglot.
Rebecca Vaughan

I think what happened to me was the change of life priorities. In my own country I didn´t have to struggle to earn money. I was a mid-level executive and the languages was my hobby. Hardly I reached the level of understanding the TV and my native SKYPE friends I jumped to learning another language. The sensation of being able to grasp a language this way within a month was like a drug and a doping at the same time, it inspired and motivated me more. Yet Brazil changed everything: when you have no money in your pocket and have to think about the future, the priorities become different..

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