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In our second episode we dive into the world of sport. Have you ever considered how difficult it is to play in a foreign country? How do you begin to fit in? In this episode we hear from ex-footballer David James who experienced all of this first hand. He chats with host Alex Outhwaite about the importance of integrating into a team through language, and the stars who got their head start through their language skills. We also quiz him on his favourite countries and how his own language learning is going.  To watch the video, find out more and try Rosetta Stone for free, please click the following link: www.rosettastone.co.uk/podcast/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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