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The Best Way to Learn a Language Is to Create an Emotional Bond

An underrated but undeniable aspect of long-term learners

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To learn a language for years, you need to feel a connection to it.

The internet is filled with language learning advice. How to learn Japanese? What are the resources needed to learn Norwegian? What methods are there to practice…

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Mathias Barra

Mathias Barra

French polyglot speaking 6 languages. Writer. Helping you learn languages. Get my new ebook → https://linktr.ee/MathiasBarra

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