I recently found myself so tired of languages that my mind refused to even learn how to say "thank you" in another language. Has that ever happened to you?
Are you normal?
Have you failed as a polyglot?
In today's article, let's dive into this phenomenon called "language learning burnout". I've gone through several types of "burnout" in my life, and never ended up as a desolate burnt-out shell. Since "burnout" is a rubbish word, I'll be calling it "fatigue" in this article.
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