My life story as Polyglot: Guest post by Dimitris Polychronopoulos


Today I’m feauturing a guest post by Dimitris Polychronopoulos, a Greek man with an interesting life story regarding languages and his experiences with learning different ones, especially with French. I must say that Dimitris’s story is quite similar to mine, though there are some differences that you may see later. If you would like to […]

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1 curious thing that called my attention in Hungary (and somehow related to language)


I had fun writing my observations about Poland and relating it to language (especially when I mentioned about German cleaning products), so I believe Hungary should get its own post about something that called my attention while being there. By the way, due to the greater amount of work and responsibilities I’ve got this year, […]

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Are you born a polyglot or can you become one?


Disclaimer First of all, despite my personal objection to the “polyglot” word (due to its perception in mainstream society), I shall use this concept in its strict, original sense and considering the beautiful definition in Spanish (someone well-instructed in many languages). Okay, after this short disclaimer, I will introduce today’s topic of discussion, which has […]

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