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Been going to France for 6 years on my hols and have never had this. As long as you try it was ok! I learnt more over the years of course.

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Where have you been going and what parts did you like best?

2 points · 1 month ago

I’m gonna spell this all wrong

I went to larouqe de Holm where the Rosetta Stone thing in the ground is. I was in Paris and suburbs of it. I play jazz so I was going to clubs and playing with a big band. I went to a coastal city I can’t remember the name of but it started with a G haha. I went to toulouse and a few other places.

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Nice, thanks for the recommendation re: larouqe de Holm!

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So wait... What's on the dark side, the 'bottom' side of the flat earth? Please tell me it's a bizzaro world with an evil version of me with a goatee. But wait... I already have a goatee....

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This is the darkest timeline!

Moderator of r/askscience, speaking officially1 point · 3 months ago

Such hypothetical / speculative / open-ended questions are better suited for our newish sistersub /r/asksciencediscussion. Please post there instead.

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Original Poster1 point · 3 months ago

Roger that, thank you for the advice!

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Parents raising bilingual kids: when did you start to remind them to use the right language with the right person?

As the speaker of the minority language (English) in the household, I've noticed that if I remind our 2,5-year-old to use English with me ("In English, please"), she will, but I'm worried that I'm turning it into a chore for her. What's your experience? Or do you know any literature on this specific question? Thanks a bunch!

If you mean human brains, then not with current technology, no.

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Original Poster1 point · 5 months ago

Do you know if there's any tech that even holds promise in this regard? Or any theories of how it could possibly be done?

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17 points · 6 months ago

I was lead to believe that his name was Robert Paulsen.

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I am Jack's complete lack of belief that people are led to.

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