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今儿个先整第一段,明天接着整,欢迎任何评论。 (外语)

by hhyang(?!之WolfInSheepFlock), 2014-11-24 19:03 @ 学霸
edited by ?!之WolfInSheepFlock, 2014-11-24 22:50

It is wrong to "learn" a language just for learning it, we need be able to use it after our learning. We can easily dig into a language and learn a lot in its grammar, vocabulary and phrases, etc. However, it appears that these efforts usually do not pay us back. Why? We learn it by learning and being stuck in its details, which may be necessary for a linguist to know, but, apparently not for us. We need be able to get information from watching TV or reading newspaper, and to communicate with others in the language we learned. My mother-in-law has been “learning” English for years yet she can hardly speak or understand English. On the other hand, a woman who works as a nanny for an English speaking family, can talk to a driver for a ride home in English, though she never attended an English class.

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