Assimilating Sentences

Your goal should be understanding the sentences, not memorization.

You’ve “learned” a sentence when you:

  • Read it in full, aloud, in its native script
  • Know the meaning of every word in the sentence
  • Understand the meaning of the entire sentence
  • Write (copy) out the sentence by hand in its native script

Data Hierarchy

To describe it like a computer programmer, assimilate the sentences.  Data by itself is useless.  You want to transform it to information and knowledge leading to wisdom.

Perhaps in addition to the Glossika Mass Sentences, you should create your own personalized subset of sentences specific to your life and interests.

You are adjusting to a new world, where you will speak in a different language, and you are adapting.

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