If you want to understand a people, study their language: Even with this source’s background in languages, Dr. Fallows says learning Chinese was particularly challenging because it was so dissimilar from all other languages she had studied.
“I didn’t feel like I had anything to hang my hat on with this language,” Fallows explains. “It just bore no resemblance to romance languages, Germanic languages, Japanese — anything that I’d ever approached before.” | http://bit.ly/aOCeJO
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