Interview with a Polyglot

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RWS Moravia

Interview with a Polyglot

Localization professionals tend to be the sort of people you’d call ‘globally minded’: we’re a multicultural melting pot; many of us love travel; a lot of us study languages. We are proud to be citizens of the world.

But while a lot of us have studied other languages, few of us are truly bilingual, let alone multilingual. Marie Kotajsova, our Director of Supply Chain Management, speaks four languages. We spoke with Marie about what it means to be a polyglot, her multilingual experience and how much richer her life has been as a result. Here’s our interview.

Marie, what’s the story of your multilingualism? Where did you learn your languages?

My native language is Czech. I began learning Arabic when I was six because my parents were working in Algeria. The next language was French because my parents put me in a French school when I was 12. English was the last language, and I learned it in college.



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