The Hololive Language Community

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Monolingualism, or speaking only one language, is kind of a freak occurrence in human history. Before the advent of sprawling nation states, it wasn’t unusual for one to live in the vicinity of a number of ethnic groups who spoke languages completely unrelated to your own. Over hundreds of years, as people continue to communicate across disparate languages within a close proximity, they begin to influence each other and a…

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