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What Language Do Polyglots Dream In?

Do polyglots dream of multilingual sheep?

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I have been studying languages for years and can now consider myself a polyglot. Even though I have only been able to speak four languages for three years, this has changed my life significantly. Something that I noticed when I started to learn Spanish, my second foreign language, was that my brain was no longer the same.




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