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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of polyglots

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of polyglots:
/pɑlajɡləts/

Derived Form of polyglots

noun
root word: polyglot
plural: polyglots
verb
root word: polyglot
Noun: polyglot
1
a person who speaks more than one language
Synonymslinguists,
Type ofhumans, individuals, mortals, persons, somebodies, someones, souls,
Typesbilinguals, de Saussure*, Ferdinand de Saussure*, Greenberg*, Joseph Greenberg*, Saussure*, transcribers, translators,

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  1. I watched a lecture recently about how polyglots learn languages.
  2. For a long time I've been watching guys on YouTube who are polyglots, right?
  3. You guys have probably seen those polyglots who
  4. When that is so far from the case, so made me realize that a lot of these polyglots
  5. the moment for various reasons global poly global polyglots hello global
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  7. in the place where you first arrived into the world hello to global polyglots
  8. to learn a language. If you watch videos on YouTube made by polyglots, you will
  9. and you'll get several hours of interesting interviews with many well known polyglots and language learners.
  10. And that is the way polyglots learn languages.
  11. and the ways that polyglots learn languages could be combined.
  12. And I think that clearly, the way that we polyglots learn languages,
  13. And on the other hand, we have the polyglots.
  14. People just like you, besides their name tags from last polyglots gathering,
  15. I mentor them so that they can learn languages just like polyglots do
  16. of how some polyglots learn languages,
  17. How do polyglots approach language learning?
  18. And we can continue with many other polyglots,
  19. and the question is: what do these polyglots have in common?, right?
  20. What do these polyglots do differently? What do they have in common?