When do we finish learning languages? Have you ever thought what will be when we finally be fluent in all languages we study? What then? Some study language for job, for beloved people or some other reason. But general idea of learning languages is to be united as a humanity, to break borders among all people to understand each other.
When do we finally reach this goal? Or maybe we don't need so many languages? Why such a problem for all of us, if we all study English anyway?
May 10, 2019 9:53 AM
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We never stop learning new things, even in our mother tongues. And when we reach a satisfying level we can either just enjoy the language, use it and maintain it and use our free time for other hobbies. Or we move on to the next language. There are 7000 languages in the world. Enough for a thousand lives. ;)
May 10, 2019
We need to understand that "learning" is a process, not a goal. That's why people say, "Learning never ends!" Even if it was one language instead of 7000+ languages, we would never get perfect in it and would be learning something new every now and then. 
May 10, 2019

What do you mean by "even though this site was created for it"? Italki was not created for being just a place to study Business English. It was first a language exchange community and then was made into an online teacher market place. But not specifically for English but all languages.

May 10, 2019
Some people quit learning after the
May 10, 2019
Language exchange community. ...sounds good, but noone would create a site without perspective of earning some money, isn't?  The site doesn't really care about the community and it's safety. But I wouldn't like deepen in this thoughts..
I wish good luck to all Ukrainians in Poland hehehe :) but I think they would rather focus on English than Polish, as polish people speak English very well in all areas of life nowadays. But this is theme for some other discussion topic.

What I mean is clearly written offense

May 10, 2019
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