Understanding Two Languages Can Help You Solve A Rubik’s Cube

Anyone can learn a language. We’re born into at least one. More often than not, you will run into someone who speaks two languages. Studies show that 43% of the world’s population is bilingual compared to 40% who are monolingual. The remaining percentage accounts for those who speak more than two languages. On the other hand, about 5.8% of the world’s population can solve a Rubik’s…

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I write about languages, politics, current events, and climate change | Curated 24x | Buy me a coffee https://ko-fi.com/jaysonfras

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