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Trying to remember young adult sci-fi series from the mid 90s

Recently came across a collection of books from when I was a kid including Strange Matter / Strange Forces and some Goosebumps books and Animorph books. I am trying to recall a series I used to read as a kid that had a couple of main characters who recently discovered they had special powers. The only two that really stand out in my mind is that one kid could master any martial art and another could speak any language. I recall a particularly funny seen where he puts down several people in several languages for a TV crew.

 

Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.