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Two Polyglots Have A Casual Chat In 21 Different Languages

I've always preferred the honorific "multilingual speaker" to "polyglot" since it sounds a whole lot nicer, but according to definition if a person "learns multiple languages as an avocation" they're a polyglot.

And when a polyglot comes across another language enthusiast in the wild their conversation sounds like a trip around the world.

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In this video Dutch artist and polyglot Wouter Corduwener chats with a Macedonian hyperpolyglot named Zoran Radiceski, who speaks a staggering 35 different languages, in a conversation only a fellow polyglot could follow!

-Via Digg

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I took Latin in high school figuring I'd never meet a roman and therefore wouldn't need to converse in it. Translating Caesar's Gallic Wars was enough.
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