20 readers who lost fluency in their language

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For many of us, the thought of ever forgetting how to speak our native language would seem preposterous. But for some readers, it became a reality.

During a five-year captivity in Afghanistan, US soldier Bowe Bergdahl apparently lost some of his language capabilities - news which prompted the Magazine to ask under what circumstances a person could lose their native or first language.

In response, readers wrote in to tell their own stories of language loss or confusion. Here's a selection.

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The best of all

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The worst feeling of all is when you know the word perfectly well in your second language and seem totally incapable of remembering it your own language.
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http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-28022790

The phenomenon is "disuse atrophy"

Fun Edit: This also means that if males disuse their ***** it will become smaller and smaller everyday!

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The phenomenon is "disuse atrophy"

Fun Edit: This also means that if males disuse their ***** it will become smaller and smaller everyday!

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You are making a mess of "robbins pathology"

pakistan main bhi indian movies daikh daikh kar kuch logon ko hindi words ka urdu main alternative yad nahi ata