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Learning languages is so much easier now

If you use the right tools, that is, as explained in this Twitter thread from Taylor ("Languge") Jones. Rule number 1:  Use all the electronic tools at your disposal. Rule number 2:  Do not use paper dictionaries. Jones' Tweetstorm started when he was trying to figure out the the meaning of sh?ngch?ng ?? in Chinese.  […]
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