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06 November 2019


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Linguists have reported Polish and Japanese are the two most difficult languages to learn.

One wonders what mastery of complex languages does to the brain's ability to organize and process other intellectual input. Does a brain that "thinks" in Polish or Japanese just see things differently?

Could it be the complexity of one's native language is key to their later intellectual performance and has nothing to do with any other superficial factor - race, class, gender etc.

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