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Fluent By Feeling: How Intuition Helps You Learn Languages The Fluent Show

    • Language Learning

"I don't know how I knew this word, I just knew it."



Have you ever found yourself in a conversation where you speak without thinking?


In a moment like that, you trusted your gut. But how the heck does your GUT know another language?


In today's episode, Lindsay and I talk about the magic of using your language intuition. The episode is a fun discussion, and a bit of a search for answers. Join us to hear about



the powerful ways your brain helps you develop a sense of what's correct
what your gut feeling has to do with whether you feel fluent in another language
how you can use your environment and mood to boost this sense of intuition in order to become a better speaker
training your language intuition by adding lots of input


3 Books I've Read To Learn More About "Fast Thinking"


Thinking, Fast and Slow - still reading this at the moment, and it's well worth my time. In the show I read a tiny bit from chapter 5 (cognitive ease).
Becoming Fluent - I know I recommend this every 20 minutes, but there's a reason!
Blink - Classic Malcolm Gladwell


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If you liked this episode, please tell someone about it. Click here to tweet about the show, go to your Podcasts app and leave us a review, or simply text a friend about the Fluent Show. Thank you!
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Drops: Play with your words in this beautiful language app - free on Android and iOSSupport The Fluent Show
Links:
Blink : The Power of Thinking Without Thinking: Malcolm Gladwell: Amazon.com: BooksThinking, Fast and Slow: Daniel Kahneman: 9780374533557: Amazon.com: BooksThe Book That Will Change How You See Language Learning (+ Clever Notes & Action Plan FREE) by Fluent LanguageLearning To Learn: Intuition Isn’t Optional – BetterExplainedlinguistic intuition and language learningHomepage | Women In LanguageThe analysis of intuition: Processing fluency and affect in judgements of semantic coherence: Cognition and Emotion: Vol 23, No 8

"I don't know how I knew this word, I just knew it."



Have you ever found yourself in a conversation where you speak without thinking?


In a moment like that, you trusted your gut. But how the heck does your GUT know another language?


In today's episode, Lindsay and I talk about the magic of using your language intuition. The episode is a fun discussion, and a bit of a search for answers. Join us to hear about



the powerful ways your brain helps you develop a sense of what's correct
what your gut feeling has to do with whether you feel fluent in another language
how you can use your environment and mood to boost this sense of intuition in order to become a better speaker
training your language intuition by adding lots of input


3 Books I've Read To Learn More About "Fast Thinking"


Thinking, Fast and Slow - still reading this at the moment, and it's well worth my time. In the show I read a tiny bit from chapter 5 (cognitive ease).
Becoming Fluent - I know I recommend this every 20 minutes, but there's a reason!
Blink - Classic Malcolm Gladwell


Support This Podcast
Like all podcasts, the Fluent Show is supported by your online reviews and word of mouth.


If you liked this episode, please tell someone about it. Click here to tweet about the show, go to your Podcasts app and leave us a review, or simply text a friend about the Fluent Show. Thank you!
Sponsored By:
Drops: Play with your words in this beautiful language app - free on Android and iOSSupport The Fluent Show
Links:
Blink : The Power of Thinking Without Thinking: Malcolm Gladwell: Amazon.com: BooksThinking, Fast and Slow: Daniel Kahneman: 9780374533557: Amazon.com: BooksThe Book That Will Change How You See Language Learning (+ Clever Notes & Action Plan FREE) by Fluent LanguageLearning To Learn: Intuition Isn’t Optional – BetterExplainedlinguistic intuition and language learningHomepage | Women In LanguageThe analysis of intuition: Processing fluency and affect in judgements of semantic coherence: Cognition and Emotion: Vol 23, No 8

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