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Lost in translation

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Hello friends,

Hola mis amigos,

Ciao amici miei,

你好,我的朋友們  (Nǐ hǎo, wǒ de péngyǒumen),

Γειά σας φίλοι μου,

A fact about me is that I love learning languages because when you learn a new language you learn a new culture and can make friends around the world.

By speaking several languages you can also travel solo. Even if you travel to a place where you don’t know its main language, you won’t get lost or be hungry because of your language skills.

Moreover, learning a new language can add more value on your resume and skills as it improves your ability to multi-task, your communication and decision-making skills are getting better which results to a step closer to your dream job.

Plus, learning a new language can benefit your brain as it improves your memory and hence it can delay onset of dementia.

The reason why I share this with you is that recently I started  learning Chinese at home by getting the Pimsleur language programs and I am quite excited about that because I always wanted to learn Chinese but I couldn’t find someone to teach me the language as most of the time  I am always on the go.

So, if you want to Learn a new language with the Scientifically-Proven Pimsleur Method – Only 30 Minutes per Day – Completely Portable – Trusted by FBI.  you can Click just right here!

Last but not least, I am quite interested to know  what languages you are already speaking and what languages you want to learn.


Pimsleur Language Programs
With love,


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