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How to Teach Yourself A New Language

The reality is, Duolingo won’t make you fluent in 2 weeks

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The New Year is here and like everyone else, I’ve made new year resolutions that will inevitably be abandoned after 2 weeks — to learn Spanish.

Just kidding.

I’ve been trying to learn Spanish on and off (mainly off) for the past year. Progress has been…




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