I am teaching myself Hebrew with a combination of methods. It is a lot of fun but I find that suddenly I seem to be remembering a lot more of my high school Spanish (and that was almost 40 years ago). Granted in the last decade I have been exposed peripherally to Spanish more; on packages, on tv, music, etc. But it really does seem to have become more pronouced in the 5 months I have been learning Hebrew.
Anyone else have the same experience?
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