Thursday, January 2, 2014

1572. A learning strategy plus fluency



A learning strategy is for instance when you don’t remember or know a word in English that you need at a certain time and it can be explained in the target language. 

Fluency is one step in the progression of mastering a language. 

It’s something you have gotten after years of study, learning, reading, consulting the dictionary a zillion times, speaking and plunging into the water, more reading, writing, talking to explain something… and one day you catch yourself describing a picture from National Geographic to a native speaker, and he tells you after asking him for further description, “Hmm, you got it.” / Photo from: Children playing Gaelic football Ajax Ontario wikipedia org
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