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    I am confused with the following: You learn a new Idiom (Spanish, Chinese, etc) o you learn a new Language

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    Default Re: Idiom Languaje

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I am confused with the following: You learn a new Idiom (Spanish, Chinese, etc) o you learn a new Language

    Spanish, Chinese, German, etc... are languages.
    So, you learned a new language if you have studied them.

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