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Well, I suppose. I'm Irina (not Russian or otherwise Slavic in spite of the name), and and occasional , NL/EN, fairly fluent in DE, can get by in FR, very very rusty Welsh, cheerfully mix up all other Romance languages, can puzzle out most written Scandinavian, laboriously read Church Slavonic and Greek and (somewhat more fluently) Latin.

I raised 3 bilingual daughters and two of them actually study languages now.

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I don't want to watch a video
I don't want to listen to a podcast
Just give me text; I'm clearly looking for this answer in text form, c'mon

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Hmm, don't know what to think (except that I'm not going to shell out $9,95 for it) vulgarlang.com/

I should get my daughter on Mastodon. She's a graduate student of Celtic languages and likes just about every other exciting language (mostly old ones, in her opinion).

Well, I suppose. I'm Irina (not Russian or otherwise Slavic in spite of the name), and and occasional , NL/EN, fairly fluent in DE, can get by in FR, very very rusty Welsh, cheerfully mix up all other Romance languages, can puzzle out most written Scandinavian, laboriously read Church Slavonic and Greek and (somewhat more fluently) Latin.

I raised 3 bilingual daughters and two of them actually study languages now.

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