It’s the experience that counts

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Not the theory

People think that you need to have built up some sort of repertoire of vocabulary and grammar before you can use a second language.

I call bullshit.

You can start using the language as soon as you start learning it. In fact, you should, no matter how stupid or inexperienced you may sound.

It’s the experience that counts. It’s the experience that tells you whether something works or not.

Not the theory.

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