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    (Original post by rambapa)
    Can you think in Spanish if you force yourself?
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    It's ok bashar, no one will know. TSR is full of lies either way.
    but I do not lie as I'm the peoples leader of Syria.
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    but I do not lie as I'm the peoples leader of Syria.
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    I am nowhere near bilingual but I do a little bit of thinking in a second language.

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    Yes. Also, how many times are you going to make the exact same thread?
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    (Original post by Plantagenet Crown)
    Yes. Also, how many times are you going to make the exact same thread?
    Can you think in Spanish?
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    I think if you were born and raised in the Uk you would think in English
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    (Original post by samantham999)
    I think if you were born and raised in the Uk you would think in English
    But bilinguals know 2 languages and some are born and raised in the UK.
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    (Original post by rambapa)
    But bilinguals know 2 languages and some are born and raised in the UK.
    I know, I am bilingual too but we dont use our mother tongue to comunicate do we? Thats really only at home or sometimes we mix english with it
    We speak english with everyone public where we spend most of our time so most think in the english language
    Me and many others only know a basic level of our mothers language so It would be difficult to think in it too
    It really depends on what language you are more fond of and how much you use it/are used to it
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    (Original post by samantham999)
    I know, I am bilingual too but we dont use our mother tongue to comunicate do we? Thats really only at home or sometimes we mix english with it
    We speak english with everyone public where we spend most of our time so most think in the english language
    Me and many others only know a basic level of our mothers language so It would be difficult to think in it too
    It really depends on what language you are more fond of and how much you use it/are used to it
    But you can still think in your mother tongue, right?
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    ye. im bilingual and sometimes ill think in english, sometimes in polish. it depends on what im doing. like i just switch organically sometimes from one to the other, or ill switch when I do or think of something I associate with english/polish.

    i mostly think in english tho but ive had times where I was thinking in polish, someone asked me a question in english and I reply in polish.
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    Even from high school Spanish I used to dream in Spanish.
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    (Original post by popcornjpg)
    ye. im bilingual and sometimes ill think in english, sometimes in polish. it depends on what im doing. like i just switch organically sometimes from one to the other, or ill switch when I do or think of something I associate with english/polish.

    i mostly think in english tho but ive had times where I was thinking in polish, someone asked me a question in english and I reply in polish.
    What age did you learn English and Polish? Can you think in any other languages?
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