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I’d like to help. But first, I’ll ask some questions.
  1. Do you read?
  2. Are you positive?
  3. Do you want to learn a language?
  4. Do you realize I won't teach the actual language?
  5. Can you suspend judgment?
  6. Are you self-directed?
  7. Are you a social learner?
  8. Can you tolerate uncertainty?
  9. Are you satisfied with Input?
  10. Can you commit to a year?
  11. Are you big enough to choose 3?
  12. Have you realistic expectations?
  13. Are you open to new ideas?
  14. From 0 to 10, how happy are you with your previous language-learning experience?
  15. Depending on your score, are you prepared to make necessary changes?

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