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The Simple Language Technique I Learnt from An Elderly Sikh Polyglot

How To Get Started With a New Language

An elderly Sikh man with a bike in rural India
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Are you bilingual or a polyglot?

Can you speak a second language? If you can you are part of the 43% of people who are bilingual. A third language? If you can speak three languages then you join a select group of 13% of the world’s population who can master three tongues. Polyglots…

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