Hey there! What’s up?
I have a quick English tip for you to help you improve your fluency like a native speaker
of English. So, I know it’s really tempting to compare
English, or to translate English to your native language, and it’s true that the more languages
you know the faster you can learn a new language because you’ve acquired all those language-learning
skills. However, I want to encourage you to stop comparing,
and stop translating English to your native language.
Why? Because what you should do instead is to directly connect meaning with English words.
So, instead of hearing English, and then translating, and then getting the meaning from your native
language translation, I want you to hear English, and get meaning directly.
That will cut down on a lot of time and effort in trying to process everything that you hear
or read. So, I want you to stop comparing because things
are different and you really cannot directly translate a lot of English into your native
language. Especially idioms and slang are totally different.
It’s kind of funny actually when you see bad translations because you know someone just
tried to directly translate and it didn’t quite work out the way they thought.
So, try to associate directly meaning and English.
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Thanks for watching and I’ll talk to you again soon.
Bye for now.