#379: How I Stopped Translating in My Head and Started to THINK in English, Simple Tips You Can Apply to Be Thinking in English Today, Training Your Brain in a Natural Way, and More!

You can’t speak fast in English because you’re still thinking in your native language.
How to transition from translating to thinking in English? There’s some knowledge behind it and hundreds of hours of practice. Stay tuned in today’s episode, and add a new learning method that might work for you!

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  • A bit off
  • Think on one’s feet
  • Immersion
  • Committed
  • Pottery
  • Solid foundation
  • Once and for all
  • Thought-provoking
  • In awe
  • Infatuation

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The Secret to Stop Translating in Your Head and THINK in English

Stop Translating in Your Head! Think in English

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  • Francesca Salvi says:

    Thanks, guys, you’re truly an incredible support for me! Your tips, but above all, the fact that even though you are not native speakers, are living proof that ‘we students can’! Frustration is always the wolf behind the door, but your example shows me that with patience, discipline, and constant action (blood, sweat, and tears 😂), anything is possible. A big hug and have a lovely weekend! 💕

    • Thomas Muller says:

      Dear Francesca! We missed you so much!
      Great to hear from you!
      Most definitely! Beautifully said!
      Thanks again for your amazing support!