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Hi Maneesh! It’s always interesting for me, being a Swede, how people who speak 4+ languages tend to choose to learn Swedish rather than say Arabic or Mandarin Chinese, but it makes the persons so much more interesting. I myself are currently studying Chinese at a Swedish university (which is for free, in Sweden) and I’m currently on my 2nd semester. But since I started studying a new language, I’ve discovered tons of websites telling me how much I can reach in 90 days if I just put my effort into it.
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