Nice! Ya, It’s hard to switch at first, but the better you get at it, the easier it becomes. I think we kind of attach the language onto our English at first (we think “what’s the word for door? Oh ya, Porta). But then later, it kind of individualizes and we don’t need the English part. That’s when you really start to feel good — and probably when you stop faltering on the English. Keep it up! Spend a year dedicated and you’ll get better.

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Ramsay is a researcher, educator, and writer (crisptext.ca) based in Brazil. When not writing, you can find him cycling or looking for his keys.

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