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What you are experiencing is common for most language learners. Reading is passive learning and writing is active learning. Passive learning is where you absorb the information and consider the meaning. Active learning is where you analyze and then challenge the information learned. Another form of passive learning is listening and its active counterpart is ...


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English is also my second language, for writing I recommend starting a journal, you could write maybe a paragraph or just a few lines every day, you could write about things you're grateful, about your dreams, about some things that has happened to you, basically about anything you want. It's also kinda therapeutical to write a journal, so it could help ...


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While agreeing the other answers are precisely aimed at the topic, this is still an important point: in order to understand spoken language it's obviously helpful if you already understand everything else about the language. In particular, that means having a broad vocabulary. If you read literature, a novel, a newspaper, a scientific article, do you ...


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