View topic - Do you think in Japanese?
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If you think about it, thought is in itself its own language, and this is easier to understand if you've ever had an experience that is incapable of being described by words. As many other posters have said (roughly), you don't think in any established language alone, though it's true that if you aren't proficient in the Japanese language (myself included), you won't be "thinking" in 日本語 much.
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The more you get used to it, the better. Don't try to translate in your head too much, don't try to memorize, just try to get used to it so it comes naturally. the more you use it the better!
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