The Legacy of Linguist Michel Thomas

Linguist-to-the stars Michel Thomas died recently at 90. He had a colorful life, but is most known for claiming to be able to teach people a new language within days. He often worked with film actors. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and journalist Christopher Robbins.

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