Polyglots of Asia and Europe - and their testimony

There are polyglots all over the world, including many Asian polyglots. Polyglots normally speak, and read, many different languages besides their native mother tongue. In Asia there is Swami Rambhadracharya, George Fernandes, and Gayatri Wailissa. The European polyglots are Alex Rawlings, Bulcsú László, Frans Timmermans, and Zdeno Chára.

Swami Rambhadracharya is a religious leader in the Hindu religion. He lives in Chitrakoot, India and he can speak 22 different languages. He can speak Sanskrit, English, Hindi, French, Bhojpuri, Oriya, Maithili, Gujarati and many more Indian languages. He is blind and has been since the age of 2 months and he has never been formally educated before he turned 17. He has authored over 100 books and does not rely on braille or any other aids to write or learn.

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Points to consider when you are considering an online foreign language course

When we have to make a choice between choosing a regular or an online course we first need to weigh the pros and cons of both and take the correct decision. First and foremost to decide upon which foreign language to learn and then the mode.

Why a foreign language course?

  • Sometimes we want to open up with people from another culture and language and develop friendship and it is possible only if we speak a common language. It’s definitely fun to talk to learn and communicate in your friend’s language. A culture is very much tied to its language, so if you want to explore a new culture, it is advantageous to immerse within completely and feel it. You also tend to become more open minded and understanding. You look at the world from a different perspective and what you see is an eye-opener.

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