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8 lug 2021

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What does "if you're not actively making it one" mean?

Person A: id say you want like a seriously solid foundation in terms of reading before you start outputing and if youre only immersing with pokemon you might not be totally at that point yet.

Person B: more or less agreed with this. I'm not entirely on the mia / refold train that really tries to enforce the whole "avoid output until X point" thing because I think it's stupid. I don't think it has to be a detrimental process if you're not actively making it one. In fact I'm pretty sure a lot of established polyglots make it a habit to output frequently from the start and end up with confident and natural sounding speech patterns regardless. the thing is that it's just not very useful early into the learning process because you quite literally don't have the vocabulary and knowledge required to go about it efficiently and comfortably
your time is just better spent getting used to the language through input

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What does "if you're not actively making it one" mean?

Person A: id say you want like a seriously solid foundation in terms of reading before you start outputing and if youre only immersing with pokemon you might not be totally at that point yet.

Person B: more or less agreed with this. I'm not entirely on the mia / refold train that really tries to enforce the whole "avoid output until X point" thing because I think it's stupid. I don't think it has to be a detrimental process if you're not actively making it one. In fact I'm pretty sure a lot of established polyglots make it a habit to output frequently from the start and end up with confident and natural sounding speech patterns regardless. the thing is that it's just not very useful early into the learning process because you quite literally don't have the vocabulary and knowledge required to go about it efficiently and comfortably
your time is just better spent getting used to the language through input
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