People who are unilingual, how do you feel about it?Watch
I consider myself competent in French but I am definitely unilingual. I don't mind though, because I can use English at a very high level and I consider myself lucky because I know there are people in the world who are completely illiterate and don't have the means to access basic education
Just wondering, people who are unilingual do you ever feel that knowing only 1 language limits you or makes you lesser somehow? Idk how to describe it, but I'm just wondering if you feel it impacts you in some way I guess is the best way to phrase it.
Everyone in the world is going to be able speak english eventually anyway
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I'd really like to learn another language at some point. It's on my bucket list for sure.
I understand that maybe learning at a young age is better, but either way, I'd love to be fluent in another language, I really want to see what it's like to almost be able to "think" in another language. Sadly I don't think perfecting French is on the cards for me any time soon.