LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||03/MAR/2009 12:29 AM|
|Assunto:||Quem "estuda" nao aprende|
Many times I have said and said, it takes more perspiration than inspiration to learn English.
Once upon a time, a guy went to Mozart (a child then) and asked him how to compose, and Mozart being a prodigy-child, a genius, advised the guy that he would need a teacher and lessons. The man said that it was not so; once Mozart himself had not lessons and learning to make such compositions. Yes, but I asked to nobody!
Well, this anedocte I remember the facts, but I made an account from what I remember; so exactly ipsis letteris/verbis. But, illustrates the point. He who don´t need a teacher, or lessons is a singular case, so don´t bet in being a singular case.
If the guy have an IQ of 136 and learn by seeing or hearing something once, and at once, congratulations to him.
This way don´t works for me, I learn a lot studying by myself; but even so, I go to books and people that have more experience than me for confirmation.
See you again.
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