because people speak English
Whenever, I hear this sentence Think in English, a indian movie dialogue always came to me, in my mind. I want to share this scene to my EC friend. In this film main actor came to big city from his village, in search of job, on his first job interview with five star hotel manager. Manger ask him how is your English, he reply with his local accent
I CAN TALK IN ENGLISH, I CAN WALK IN ENGLISH AND I CAN LAUGH IN ENGLISH BECAUSE ENGLISH IS VERY FUNNY LANGUAGE.
(when i come in EC, i dont know to how laugh is english, now i can laugh in English,
i alway wash my hand of learning english when it bores me. what the best way for me to feel easy with english!
It would be great if English learners could learn to think in English. This is not as easy as it sounds! The more you immerse yourself in the language, the more likely it will be for you to think in that language.
Writing tip: Don't forget to use a capital "I" when you refer to yourself in English. The word "English" is always capitalized too. Cheers, Tara
Thanks you Tara, thanks for giving writing tips and giving opportunity to improve our English via EC.
I dont know how to walk in English. That is interesting!
Think in English, speak in English, smile in English, laugh in English, write in English, draw in English, set in English, eat in English, drink in English, dress your clothes in English, wash your clothes in English, walk in English, run in English, fall in English, get up in English, sleep in English, snore in English, dream in English, love in English, marry in English, have a baby in English, clean your house in English, decorate your house in English, plant your garden in English, water your garden in English, pick up the fruit in English, drive your care in English, fall ill in English, hospitalize in English....................in English but, no way to be a good human being in English. My best wishes for you, not in English,.
Well, in EC I learnt to laugh in many languages. Jajajajaja, hehehehehe, kekekekekeke, hik hik hik.
Jajajaja is Spanish laugh, Stephen. LOL