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#58627 02/16/07 08:40 AM
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How many languages have people tried learning at once?

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How many Languages do you speak Dude?
the reason why I say this is to do with the way your brain works lingos.
I know some people who speak 7!
Me, I learned German at school and I'm Half fluent in Portuguese now.
I can't speak German anymore because Portuwords interfere.
I tried to convert in spanish from the portuguese I find that messes up my portuguese.
Plus it takes years so any PR lingo heads know of breakthroughs in lingo multitude lemme know.

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Learning muliple languages simultaneously is not a good idea. It's very confusing, or at least in my experience it is..

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Can you use PhotoReading to learn a language? Will it help to speed up the learning? Can anyone who has a success in that area advise me on this?
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Yes. To apply PhotoReading to learning languages. PhotoRead the translation dictionary everyday for a month. PhotoRead any grammar books and course books you get your hands on.

Then be sure to put the spoken language into practice. Listen to programming in the language you want to speak. Also once you start speaking the Language PhotoRead and activate teen readers.

Alex


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