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Growing up as a polyglot

In today’s global societies, it isn’t uncommon to grow up in a polyglot environments. More and more children have parents from different parts of the world, speaking different primary languages and only share one common language, such as English. These children grow up with a sense of normalcy for polyglotism.

Embrace your child in the beauty of languages and the multitude of cultures that follow.

 

Etymology

Borrowed from French polyglotte, from Ancient Greek (polúglōttos, “many-tongued, polyglot”).


 

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