Here are the factors that contribute to speaking more than one language: If you speak one language at home and another outside with friends, at school or at work. If your native language is full of foreign words. If you live in a country influenced by other cultures and eventually other languages. If you live in a country with open borders with other nations speaking different languages. If you love languages and willing to dedicate time learning them. Ability to learn and me
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1. Know your motivation This might sound obvious, but if you don’t have a good reason to learn a language, you are less likely to stay motivated over the long-run. Wanting to impress English-speakers with your French is not a very good reason — wanting to get to know a French person in their own language is another matter entirely. No matter your reason, once you’ve decided on a language, it’s crucial to commit: “OK, I want to learn this and I’m therefore going to do as much