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One of the most inspirational people in the language community; Chenelle Hancock comes on the show to talk about her experiences learning languages whilst visually impaired.
Chenelle has been one of the most loyal followers of the podcast and the projects I do here on Actual Fluency. She's always sent me uplifting encouragement and support that really helped me through some rough times.
That's why I extremely happy to have her on the podcast to talk about her experiences learning languages without being able to read traditional print!
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