Different paths but one common goal

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For the untrained eye, polyglots all look alike. They speak “many” languages and that’s it. The reality is quite different. There are 3 kinds of polyglots who follow different patterns but follow the same goal: gather knowledge in multiple languages.

1. The Language Family-focused polyglot

The first one, and most often found around the world…

What if you didn’t have to rely on boring classes?

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Don’t you get tired of always having to sit down and concentrate to learn something?

Sometimes, studying gets boring. Sometimes the mental energy is not there. Sometimes, you just don’t feel like it.

I love languages to death. If I could get paid to do it, that’s what I’d do…

Improve your language without doing tedious drills

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Learning a language is a lot more fun than doing boring exercises.

School trained us to think learning a language was linear. We came to perceive it like any other class. Boring. Useless. And a “confirmation” we were not made to learn languages.

I thought so too. I had average…

The Alright Writer

So you can write about it forever

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Most writers choose one niche to focus on and end up feeling they’ve covered everything within months.

That’s when the famous writer’s block begins. In reality, there’s an unlimited amount of articles you can write about a single topic. All you need is to change how you perceive your niche.

Mathias Barra

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

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