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Can bilinguals think in both languages?

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    (Original post by rambapa)
    Can you think in Spanish?
    Of course.
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    (Original post by Plantagenet Crown)
    Of course.
    Can you think in English? Can you think in any other languages?
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    (Original post by rambapa)
    Can you think in English? Can you think in any other languages?
    Lmao of course I can think in English, I can think in both English and Spanish.
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    (Original post by Plantagenet Crown)
    Lmao of course I can think in English, I can think in both English and Spanish.
    Can you think in any other languages?
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    Are you the one that asks these incessant questions on Reddit too?
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    (Original post by madileigh94)
    Are you the one that asks these incessant questions on Reddit too?
    No, but I see what you mean.
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    Bilingual here and I think in the language of whichever country I am in.
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    (Original post by tictactao)
    Bilingual here and I think in the language of whichever country I am in.
    What languages can you think in?
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    (Original post by alexschmalex)
    I'm literally the same :rofl: Can barely express my angry thoughts in English that well anymore, it's all done in Dutch
    It's so much more satisfying in Dutch! When I'm angry and I speak in English it feels like I'm not really conveying what I really feel, it's very strange.
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    (Original post by Mieka)
    It's so much more satisfying in Dutch! When I'm angry and I speak in English it feels like I'm not really conveying what I really feel, it's very strange.
    Is there a language you prefer to think in?
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    (Original post by rambapa)
    What languages can you think in?
    English and German
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    (Original post by tictactao)
    English and German
    Are you native german?
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    Well I speak multiple languages (4) and I only ever think in English and Hindi (but mostly English), both of which I speak like a native.
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    (Original post by thesarcasticone)
    Well I speak multiple languages (4) and I only ever think in English and Hindi (but mostly English), both of which I speak like a native.
    What languages can you think in?
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    (Original post by rambapa)
    What languages can you think in?
    English, Hindi, Urdu, and another regional language called Haryanvi.
    But like I said, I mostly think in English.
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    (Original post by thesarcasticone)
    English, Hindi, Urdu, and another regional language called Haryanvi.
    But like I said, I mostly think in English.
    But you could make yourself think in Hindi, Urdu and Haryanvi? What age did you learn these languages?
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    yes i can
 
 
 
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