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If you live in a place where most people speak the language you are learning, you may use the language for several hours each day.
So, it may become part of your "inner speech." In other words, you start thinking in that language.
Your mind stops trying to translate things from your native language into the second language.
But, the majority of the VOA Learning English audience lives in places where English is not the main language.
This may be true for you. You may not have many chances to practice English. You may even be self-taught.
When you speak, your speech might be slower than you would like. This is because your mind is still translating from your first language, which can also sound unnatural.
English, like every other language, has its own sentence structure.
The good news is that thinking in English can bring you a huge step closer to fluency!
It is not very difficult, but it does take conscious effort and practice.
On today's Education Tips, we will share some mental exercises that can help.
如果你住在一个地方,那里大多数人所说的是你正在学习的语言,你可以每天有几个小时都使用这种语言。
所以,它可能会成为你“内心语言”的一部分,换句话说,你开始用这种语言思考。
你的大脑不再试图把母语翻译成第二语言。
但是,大多数美国之音学习英语的观众生活在英语不是主要语言的地方。
这对你来说可能是实情,你可能没有太多机会练习英语,你甚至可能要自学成才。
当你说话时,你的话语可能比你想的慢。这是因为你的大脑仍然在从第一个语言进行翻译,这听起来也不太正常。
英语和其他语言一样,有自己的句子结构。
好消息是,用英语思考可以让你离流利会话更进一步!
这并不难,但需要有意识地去做和实践。
在今天的教育小贴士中,我们将分享一些有帮助的心理练习。
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