Kind of refreshing to start learning an Indoeuropean language (German) after working on an isolate (Korean) for a while. Even though it's of a different family than my native one, things still seem to make quite a lot more sense in quite a lot less time. I hope I'll eventually get to a decent level in both of them, but I feel like German will take a little less effort to understand for sure.

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