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People become polyglots for a variety of reasons.

Some people grow up bilingual, with one language being spoken at home and another being spoken out in the world.

Others take it upon themselves to learn more languages. And every language has its own various challenges.

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It's amazing how the entire meaning of a quote can change with just a few additional words. Some people like to exclude these words to make the quote fit their narrative, but these Redditors know the truth. Keep reading for an eye-opening experience.

u/olChum_69 asked: What are some famous quotes people misuse by not using the full quote?

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You probably take for granted, if your first language is English, that you think in English.

For the most part, if you're working in only one language, you think solely in that language. But if you have more than one language, which one do you think in?

The answer isn't always what you'd expect it to be.

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When Redditor TheNewOneIsWorse asked: "Non-native English speakers of reddit, what are some English language expressions that are commonly used in your country in the way we will use foreign phrases like 'c'est la vie' or 'hasta la vista?'" they probably didn't anticipate the responses they received. Information like this reminds us that we live in an ever more connected world.

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