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Talala vip

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2020.05.10 00:11

***TIPS for Learning Languages***

When they ask me for advice

in learning languages, I always say that the most important thing is to “produce” the language every day. You can just text your friends or talk to them if you can. You need to actively use the language to express yourself every day. It’s not possible to learn a language in a completely passive way, watching videos&movies and reading etc. They are important as well but they should not be your priority. I will explain more in my next post :)
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  • mario 2020.05.10 00:15

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    Hello I need help because I am learning English i am 27 years old
  • Denis 2020.05.10 00:17

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    Yes, is really important
  • ℂhantel 2020.05.10 00:18

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    Thanks for you Tips 🙋🏼‍♀️😎
  • Thais 2020.05.10 00:25

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    It's true! I am practicing English every day.
  • Mauro Ribeiro 2020.05.10 00:25

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    True, when we talk about languagues the most important thing it's to communicate. If you can give the information and understand you're on the right way
  • Pablo Coranta 2020.05.10 00:29

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    You can learn a language in a passive way by doing those things you said. Maybe you won't be able of speaking it or writing it correctly if you eventually try to do so, but you can get to the point of understanding it perfectly.
  • John 2020.05.10 00:30

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    I agree with you.👏👏
  • Mdm Fatma Gadi 2020.05.10 00:30

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    Yah that’s true
  • Talala 2020.05.10 00:44

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    @Pablo Coranta Vale, solo digo que lo que es mi opinión. Hay maneras diferentes. Creo que si quieres dominar un idioma, hablarlo fluido y entenderlo bien, lo que más importante es usarlo en una manera activa. Como dije, voy a explicar mi punto de vista más en la próxima publicación.
  • Pablo Coranta 2020.05.10 00:51

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    @Talala I think in order to speak it you definitely need to speak, of course. Like you have to sit your ass on the bike to actually learn how to ride it... But, there's people who are born mute, and they understand the language without a problem. And that's before they even start learning how to write. I also know people who can't speak their parent's mother tongue, but they understand it from listening to it at home.
  • Talala 2020.05.10 00:54

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    @Pablo Coranta Entiendo tu punto. Entonces aclaro que mi explicación es para la gente que quiere hablar.
  • Danny 2020.05.10 01:01

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    @Talala I'm of course with
  • pallavi 2020.05.10 01:13

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    Can you help me to learn English (spoken)?I can help you to learn hindi.
  • ArteSana de la vida 2020.05.10 02:43

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    Thanks 🙏 I know 😖😖😖 I'm so passive.😭😭 I have to push me and talk💪
  • Talala 2020.05.10 02:48

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    @ArteSana de la vida push myself* Yes amiga! You push yourself and learn with your errors 🙂 We all do.
  • ArteSana de la vida 2020.05.10 03:13

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    @Talala there you go🤦🏻‍♀️😂😂😂 sorry! Yes push myself* sorry. Thanks 🙏
  • Talala 2020.05.10 03:19

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    @ArteSana de la vida Nunca digas perdón por un error en otro idiomas amiga! Estamos aquí para aprender y ayudar a uno al otro ❤️
  • ArteSana de la vida 2020.05.10 03:24

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    @Talala ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️ muchas gracias 🥺💪

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