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HLS English Classes Kuantan
Key Point #1 is "Think in English."
I have found through teaching English in Malaysia for 7 years that it is much more effective to train students to 'think in English' rather than having them thinking and speaking in another language and then translating it to English.
I demand all of my students regardless of age or English proficiency, to speak in English during our classes. It's difficult at first but it really trains them to 'think in English.'
Think in Chinese, Speak in Chinese
Think in English, Speak in English
Has anybody else come across such translation problems between languages?