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The world of business is flat and if you want to truly grow your brand, you have to look overseas. Of course, that's easier said than done. Not just for logistical reasons, but because negotiating with potential international partners is rocky if you don't speak the language. As such, it's worthwhile for any entrepreneur or aspiring entrepreneur to speak more than one language. If you're looking to learn a new language, you've come to the right place, because lifetime access to CNET's #4 best language app of 2020 is now on sale for under $100.
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Memrise gives you access to top-rated learning materials for 22 languages. Normally, a lifetime subscription costs $139 but you can get one today for 28 percent off at just $99.99.
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