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I'm Indian and bilingual in English and Malayalam, but I've started to take up French seriously because I was infatuated with Albert Camus' literature and philosophical essays- and that infatuation with Absurdism steamrolled into an infatuation with French culture in general. Particularly bolstered by their incredible music which I'm bummed I didn't discover earlier.
Learning French will have no effect on my life (at least not in the environment I'm currently in) but as someone living in a country with 13 official languages and hundreds of regional variations of those languages, I know how much language affects the way people think and how many cultural doors open when you're able to hold a conversation in the mother tongue of the people from that culture. Which is why I'm picking new languages up- both Indian and Romance.
For those of you who speak at least 2 languages fluently, how much of an impact has it made on the way you think and perceive the world?
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