Advice, Language learning, Target Language, Thinking, Thinking in a different language
One of the most noticeable aspects of getting better at a language is starting to notice your thought-process switching to your target language.
This evolution doesn’t come all of a sudden but rather slowly after months of study in said language.
Yet, some people cannot seem to think in their target language despite learning it for years. Why is that?
I believe there are a few reasons behind this but luckily, those can be arranged and fixed with just a bit of work on yourself. I recommend start with the below 3 actions:
1. Listen to dailytopics
Your life is full of daily actions, repeated over and over. From getting your coffee in the morning, to taking the train, to being annoyed at a certain mail you get, to being happy for a small action, all the way to getting ready to go to bed at night.
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