Why is more likely to learn a language from a native speaker than bilinguals or polyglots?

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I've noticed this happening. The bilinguals, trilinguals or polygots tend to be comfortable speaking English, the default language and you don't learn their native language too much. Some of them won't spend hours every day, teaching you.

Meanwhile if it's a monolingual, then you'll learn both their language and culture. My friend once had a trilingual Mexican boyfriend. However, the guy had no interest in teaching her Spanish nor talking too much about his traditions. He became too Americanized and was ok speaking only in English to her.
Why is more likely to learn a language from a native speaker than bilinguals or polyglots?
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