Multiple Languages

“The hyperpolyglot is someone who is both a gifted and massive language accumulator. They possess a particular neurology that’s well-suited for learning languages very quickly and being able to use them” (Michael Erard*).

Multiple Languages and Hyperpolyglots
How to Maintain Multiple Languages (Agnieszka Karch)
Hyperpolyglots – Secrets of Language Superlearners*
How Many Languages Can You Juggle?
Man Fluent in 11 Languages (Alex Rawlings)
Adventures of a Teenage Polyglot (Timothy Doner)
Teenage Hyperpolyglot (Timothy Doner)
Teen Speaks Over 20 Languages (Timothy Doner)
How Can I Avoid Confusing Languages? (Olly Richards)
Infographic – Hardest Languages to Learn
4 Blogs Every Language Learner Should Follow
Top 100 Language Lovers (2014)
The World’s Top 20 Languages (Mental Floss)
Speaking Multiple Languages Can Influence Children’s Development
Tips to Become Fluent… Fast
Why Learning Foreign Languages…
Foreign Language Skills Worth Acquiring
Natural Born Linguists

The Bilingual Brain
Language Utilizes Ancient Brain Circuits That Predate Humans
Foreign Languages and Rational Decisions
Do Bilingual Children Learn Differently?
Bilingualism and Poverty
This Is Your Brain On Language
How Bilingualism Boosts Your Brain
Bilingualism and Brain Power
Foreign Languages Trigger Brain Growth
Do We Use Only 10% Of Our Brain?
Bilingualism Fine-Tunes Hearing
The Benefits of Bilingualism
Bilingual Kids Have Multiple Advantages
Bilingual Children
The Bilingual Brain Is Sharper and More Focused
When Labels Don’t Fit Hispanics
For a More Creative Brain, Travel

Infographic – Idioms of the World
10 Spanish Words, No English…
The Cozy Linguistics of Hygge (JSTOR)
The Norwegian Secret
How ‘Hygge’ Helps You (Denmark)
Infographic – Untranslatable Words
Tongue and Tech
A Loss For Words
Arabic Loanwords in European Languages