Have you ever dreamed in English?

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Avatar do usuário Vitor Ferreira 30 1
Yes. It happened today. I'm so happy for that. :P
I was in the my friend's big house, who was decendent of Japanese, playing video-game, but I did'nt talk anything to him. When I was going to his bedroom, his relatives arrived, until then unknown for me. It was an extended family.
First, I spoke with a little boy and a little girl: "Hello, what's your names?". "It's ..." (I can't remember what they said) - said they. "Nice to meet you". "Nice to meet you too." They were so nice to me.
Right after, the rest of his relatives sat on the cough and talked to me. His sister exclamed "Vitor, you speak English!!" and I said "Yeah". :lol: His mother and aunt were dressed of Indians - I don't know why.
I spoke so naturally with them all. As I woke up, I wrote down what can be seen above.
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No, unfortunately I've never dreamed in English, it's unbelievable cause at some nights I stay at bed watching American Tv, almost sleeping, and even though, I don't dream in English, I think all my dreams are in Brazil, I've never thought to go to USA in my dreams. Maybe there's nothing important to do there!
Yes, I dreamed I was taking a doubt in English, do not remember, but I think it was the verb "did".
Unfortunately not! I once hear that you know when you are fluent in english when you start dream in that idiom!
But i´m sure very soon i will.
I promise i will tell my dream here!
Zed
Avatar do usuário rafaelisquierdo 185 6
A couple days ago I had a dream in English! I dreamed that I was talking with Rafael Nadal (tennis player) in english. I remember each single word I asked to him.
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Eu: - Hey Rafael Nadal, How are you?
Nadal - Hey what's up?
Eu: Nadal, Why your left arm is much bigger than the right arm?
Nadal: Oh...It's normal for people that play tennis.
Eu: But I play tennis either and my arms are not like that.

End.

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I've dreamed like that sometimes and I think it's very nice and very stimulant. You start to realize the English becoming part of your daily life, I mean, you kind of start thiking in english, at least for me. I study english all the time! I'm in touch with the english all day, mainly here in EE.
Avatar do usuário Marcio_Farias 12350 1 22 206
"But I play tennis either [...]" - Incorrect :(
"But I also play tennis [...]" - Correct :)
Avatar do usuário w.slayman 110
Rafael and Marcio,

Another suggestion:

"Nadal, why is your left arm much bigger ...." is the proper construction.

By the way, I have the same problem when I try to speak or write in Portuguese. Now, where did I leave that (expletive deleted) verb? ;)
Avatar do usuário Marcio_Farias 12350 1 22 206
Bill, acknowledged. Thank you.
Avatar do usuário Jedson 70 1 3
No, I'm not.
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Avatar do usuário Flavia.lm 3885 1 9 86
Jedson escreveu:No, I'm not.


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