This is a good question. When I was a kid, I would have a lot of thoughts about what would happen if you could think in the language of “mother tongue.
You’d think that a person who could get a sentence in the mother tongue of your own language would be able to get a sentence in any language you would put in front of him. And the answer is, of course, yes, that’s true. I’ve had people who were only able to get sentences in their own language in a few sentences in a foreign language.
This is a good question. When I was a kid, I was told that your language would determine how you would answer questions, how you would think, and why you would do anything at all. If I were to be the one giving these answers, I would tell people that I was born in a place with no language and no mother tongue and that the only language spoken around me is my own. I would also explain why I would do anything at all.
The only way I can explain this phenomenon is that it’s the same with people. I mean, in many other cultures, in many other places, everyone is taught a language and has a mother tongue. But when you’re born into a new culture or when you’re born into a new language, there is no mother tongue. It’s like your brain is not being born into a language but into a new language; it’s being born into a new language but unable to do much with it.
So for me, I can say “I don’t know how to speak Mandarin” but not “I’m a moron.
I think this is a really good example. Its like youre born into English, but you cant speak it.
As I’m no expert on language, I don’t think that its just a matter of pure luck. Its like youre born into a language, but you dont know how to speak it. Because the world is a bit more confusing than anything else, its not a matter of luck.
I can’t speak Mandarin, but I’m pretty sure I can speak Mandarin. I’ve seen enough movies to know that it’s a language, but I think its more a matter of how much of a language you’re willing to use and how much of a language you want to learn.
I can speak some languages but I think its more a matter of how much of a language youre willing to use and how much of a language you want to learn. I cant speak French, but I can at least read it and understand it. Its kinda hard to talk to someone who cant speak a language. Its kind of like a language youd learn if you went to school and were taught it in a classroom.
This doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t learn some languages, it just means that there are some things you’ll be able to say in the one language that you can only speak with a certain level of fluency. For example, I can speak Spanish, but I only know enough to try to converse in Spanish. That’s just a small example, but I think it demonstrates a larger point.