Most People Talk About Learning Languages Instead of Actually Doing It

Here’s what you can do to avoid doing the same mistake

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I started learning languages as an Economics student. I did it in the evening and nobody around me cared. It seemed like a small hobby most people would give up.




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Mathias Barra

Mathias Barra

French polyglot speaking 6 languages. Writer. Helping you learn languages. Get my new ebook →

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