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Are you bilingual, trilingual, a polyglot?

Wendy . Blog Shakespeare slept here! Published 15 October 2013

Multilingual people have more opportunities. They know what's going on around them in more places than their monolingual and bilingual counterparts. Where do you fit in? Only in your hometown, or are you comfortable conversing with others around the world?

Spanish, English, Italian and French are the most popular languages on campus this year. However we talked to a lot of people who also spoke German, Chinese, Korean, Arabic, Swedish, and Russian to name a few.

And what languages do you speak? The person who sends in a comment and can prove he/she speaks the most languages will win a prize. No, not a big prize, but a prize nonetheless.-Wendy


Polyglot: multilingüe
fit in: encajar
hometown: pueblo natal
world: mundo
languages: idiomas
prove: probar
prize: premio
nonetheless: sin embargo

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Comments (9)
Olaia (not verified)
5 February 2016 12:29 pm Reply

Nik euskaraz hitz egin dut!!!! I can speak Vasc, not perfectly but... Also Spanish and English, of course!

Belen Gallego (not verified)
5 February 2016 12:29 pm Reply

Hi Wendy! speaking different languages it is necessary to our future, nowadays specially english is the most spoken language that we have to use a lot everyday. I am not a polyglot, but I speak english and french quite good, i have to improve because it is the best complement for opening doors to get a job, In a few years I would like to speak better than now. Bye

Daniela Méndez ... (not verified)
5 February 2016 12:29 pm Reply

Hi Wendy, I think that speaking different idioms it's the best way to communicate and will help you in the future. I speak English and German and Spanish too. Bye.

María Lopez Par... (not verified)
5 February 2016 12:29 pm Reply

I think people who can speak a few language have an advantage. I speak spanish and a bit of English. I think my English is fluid but I should improve it if I want to work in USA or UK. Nowadays an important idiom is Chinese but I think it is too difficult and I don´t like it.

Ana Martín M58 B2.1 (not verified)
5 February 2016 12:29 pm Reply

I would like to be polyglot for speaking with persons the different part of the world. Meeting people from other cultures. This activity is good for practicing the lenguages, also it is very fun.

Ester Haro M58 (not verified)
5 February 2016 12:29 pm Reply

Hi Wendy In my first trip abroad i discovered that learn new languages give many chance. However You need study every days and practice when you have a new opportunity.

Jesus Santiago ... (not verified)
5 February 2016 12:29 pm Reply

Hello wendy! I do not speak many languages, English and I'm learning a lot learning costs. I think you need to learn many languages ??for the future to know and understand all cultures! I'll start giving more importance to the language and try to go to different countries for learning

Alberto Lara T53 (not verified)
5 February 2016 12:29 pm Reply

Hi Wendy. I would love to be able to speak several languages, but at the moment only I can speak English a little, not perfect but try! Also the development of the communication areas of the brain are much more developed in people who speak several languages. I feel envy!Good bye!

Héctor B1-M42 (not verified)
5 February 2016 12:29 pm Reply

Speaking different idioms it's important and will help you in the future. I'm bilingual, I speak spanish and english, a little of french but not enough to talk to other people who speak french. A idiom that I think it's good and that I like to speach it's italian. Probably I have to go to class of italian or go to Italy. See you soon!

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