haruki.K
in my opinion, the most formidable thing in learning a language is adjusting oneself to the natural expression of that language. even if I memorised thousands of words, my expression in foreign languages doesn't sound like native people. they are accustomed to every single natural combination of words, but we need to memorise them all!
Oct 20, 2020 1:09 PM
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In my opinion, the most formidable thing in learning a language is somehow adapting oneself to use the natural expressions of that language. Even if I were to memorize thousands of words, my ability to express myself in a foreign language would not sound like a native person would sound. He or she is accustomed to every single natural combination of words from a lifetime of usage, but we, as ESL students, need to memorize them all, and often without context!
Hi Haruki. Just a different version. I will let you decide if it is an improvement or not. I hope that this is of some help to you.
October 20, 2020
In my opinion, the most formidable thing in learning a language is adjusting oneself to the natural expression of that language. Even if I memorised thousands of words, my expressions in foreign languages still wouldn’t sound like those of native people. They are accustomed to every single natural combination of words, but we need to memorise them all!
October 20, 2020
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haruki.K
Language Skills
English, French, Japanese, Spanish
Learning Language
English, French