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Why I Consume Media In Foreign Languages

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A question that I get often is, “why would you watch or listen to something that you can’t understand because you don’t speak the language?”

Well let me ask you this? Why do you look at art when you don’t know how to paint? You don’t have to know how to speak something, look at something or experience something that you know 100% of the time. There is an excitement that comes with discovery!




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Kassy Menke

Kassy Menke

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