tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Wed Jul 10 20:00:49 2002
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Re: Translating vs. Thinking
- From: PeHruS9@aol.com
- Subject: Re: Translating vs. Thinking
- Date: Wed, 10 Jul 2002 20:58:54 EDT
In a message dated 6/15/2002 8:38:38 AM Mountain Daylight Time, firstname.lastname@example.org
> I disagree. Translating your ideas is a poor way to practice, because it
> encourages you to think in your own language. Much better is to examine
> the available vocabulary and grammatical structures in the new language and
> see what sentences those inspire. That is the beginning of thinking in the
> new language. Once you are thinking in the new language, even the most
> limited thoughts, that is the greatest inspiration to learn more, because
> you have a LIMITER on your THOUGHTS, that limiter being your control of the
> language. That drives you to expand your control.
> Practice from inside the language, not from outside.
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