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10 Hilarious Frustrations Every Bilingual Can Relate To

Did you know that 26% of American adults speak another language other than English? There are a number of benefits to being bilingual, such as better cognitive abilities, higher job salary, improved creativity...the list goes on. While being bilingual has its perks, there are some frustrations that come along with it. We’ve interviewed a bunch of language bloggers to compile the ultimate list of the most common problems that bilinguals face. 1. You meet another bilingual person, but ca … Read More

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Did you know that 26% of American adults speak another language other than English? There are a number of benefits to being bilingual, such as better cognitive abilities, higher job salary, improved creativity...the list goes on. While being bilingual has its perks, there are some frustrations that come along with it. We’ve interviewed a bunch of language bloggers to compile the ultimate list of the most common problems that bilinguals face. 1. You meet another bilingual person, but ca
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How to Score a 5 on the AP English Language and Composition Exam
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