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Old August 31st, 2017, 06:55 PM
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Re: Learning New Languages

Few Thoughts :

  • Adulthood is not the right time to learn any new language inside out. The grasping power remains low and not as sharp as the row age. It’s practically impossible to fluently read, write and understand to the fullest extent.
  • To learn any new language you need to reside in that community for certain duration, to read, write, understand, pronunciation quoting as well as understanding the other people. Book reading is just to pass the exams.
  • What ever otherwise you learn from outside is just knowing few words and couple patent sentences and that does not solve the problem,…
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I learnt also Sanskrit long ago during HS and it was only few words, few patent learn by heart, sentences and that’s it,….. for passing the exams,… and later you forget it all.

Likewise, In US also kids take third language either French or Spanish or German,.. etc but again,…… it’s just to learn few words, few sentences and passing the exam,…. No1 can go to that country and efficiently communicate in reading, writing and understanding skills,.. absolutely no way ( by, learning in books )

In row age, whatever the amount of languages,.. you learnt is yours,…
and in case of new languages,…. in adulthood, is absolutely NO, NO,….

It may end up only knowing few words and just like Americans who come to India and speaks Namaste, Main aap ko pranam karata hun . main aap ka aabhari hun,.. and such “ rutting / tota knowledge “ of unnecessary bull-shiittts non-sense, without any context for making any kind of sense, scenario or event,… !!



You will also end up da same, for German, Chinese, Spanish or French.



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