Fluent in 60 Seconds

Learning a new language is a breeze—as long as it’s Paionian

"Paionian—which was spoken in Illyria (or possibly Thrace) some 2,2000 years ago—is one of many languages that have survived only as fragments." (Illustration by Eric Palma)
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Kevin Hodges, an American writer and linguist, left corporate life for a village in Nepal.

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