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Polyliteracy as advanced language study

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sipes23
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07 September 2011 at 7:39pm | IP Logged 
Zwlth wrote:
I hope we can all agree that learning a foreign language is truly a lifetime commitment? …

To me, as a polyglot, it is the idea of single sequential focus at a time that is counterintuitive. Is there really no one
else who feels the same way?


I tell my students that I'm a student of Latin along with them. I'm just further along: no more, no less.

As for single sequential: If I'm working on getting a language up to speed, yes. If I'm pretty well beyond
intermediate, no. In any case, only one serious piece of literature at a time. Not two—even if they are the same
language.


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