Knowing different languages gives you freedom to travel and feel at home in any part of the world. However, some people consider it difficult to learn one extra language and claim that they have no talent of polyglot. If you belong to this group, may be, the example of Cato Lomb and her rules of becoming a polyglot will inspire you to change your mind.
Kato Lomb, born in 1909, was A Hungarian translator, interpreter and nearly the first simultaneous interpreter in the world. She has received the education in chemistry but managed to learn sixteen languages as well. Being a polyglot is a particular lifestyle which requires from you considerable effort, strong motivation and following the rules established in Kato Lomb’s bestseller “This Is How I Learn Languages”.