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If english is your second language, how exactly do your thoughts sound?
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How do they sound?
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For me, nobody else can really hear them tbh.
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Depends on the person and which language they are more fluent in

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For me, nobody else can really hear them tbh.
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Are you bilingual?
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Are you bilingual?
Yup
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Yup
In what languages? What age did you learn them?
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In what languages? What age did you learn them?
I'm not going to say which languages, but I can speak three fluently. I learnt all of them at the same time when I was younger.
What about you?
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I'm not going to say which languages, but I can speak three fluently. I learnt all of them at the same time when I was younger.
What about you?
So what language do you think in? I only know english, so there is my answer.
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So what language do you think in? I only know english, so there is my answer.
I also think in English because that's the language I use about 99% of the time
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I also think in English because that's the language I use about 99% of the time
Can you think in your other two languages?
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Can you think in your other two languages?
Yes I can, but I choose not to because I've spoken English so much that I find it easier and faster to just think in English
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Yes I can, but I choose not to because I've spoken English so much that I find it easier and faster to just think in English
How many languages can you think in?
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How many languages can you think in?
Three, but I'm a bit shaky on my third
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I speak the language of Love as well.

Now to delete the subscription to this thread.
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Three, but I'm a bit shaky on my third
What are your other two languages?
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If english is your second language, how exactly do your thoughts sound?
If one is often speaking in english their thoughts are just the same as a native english person
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Seconded.
Are you bilingual? What languages do you speak and what age did you learn them?
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I speak Albanian and English but I think in English.
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I speak four languages. I tend to think in english except for maths...
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