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I never had dreamed in English. But I´m not sure because mostly when i wake up I can't remember my dreams. But the most dreams are in my native language German and a little bit without speaking Emotion: smile

By the way good joke!
Hahaha``` What a funny story~~
The teacher's word sounds reasonable! I often spoke English in my dream in the past. (I didn't realize that time and the guy share the same dormitory with me told me)
And now I wanna speak French in my dream!! lol...
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It was a great joke.

Eliana (Teacher of English as a Second Language)
AvanHahaha``` What a funny story~~ The teacher's word sounds reasonable! I often spoke English in my dream in the past. (I didn't realize that time and the guy share the same dormitory with me told me) And now I wanna speak French in my dream!! lol...
That's good, it means that you know a little of the english language but that doesn't mean that you know everything, you should keep studing, that's my advice

JB
Yes, I have. Although I'm not sure why. It might be because I am good in English, but I doubt it. Maybe once or twice though, because I had absolutely no reason to not talk Dutch in my dreams.
It happens quite often, but I guess that's because I think in English a lot. And then you get used to the language, so it becomes easier for your subconscious self to 'speak it', probably. I'm almost sure dreaming in English doesn't always mean you can speak it perfectly, because I once used a word I didn't even know. Well, I'd heard of it, but when I woke up I had to look it up in a dictionary because I didn't know what it meant ^^. I think my brains just remembered the word for some reason and used it for lack of a better word.
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Jenne
Yes, I have. Although I'm not sure why. It might be because I am good in English, but I doubt it. Maybe once or twice though, because I had absolutely no reason to not talk Dutch in my dreams.
It happens quite often, but I guess that's because I think in English a lot. And then you get used to the language, so it becomes easier for your subconscious self to 'speak it', probably. I'm almost sure dreaming in English doesn't always mean you can speak it perfectly, because I once used a word I didn't even know. Well, I'd heard of it, but when I woke up I had to look it up in a dictionary because I didn't know what it meant ^^. I think my brains just remembered the word for some reason and used it for lack of a better word.

Hello Jenne,

Well. I'm not saying that if you dream in english it doesn't mean that you know how to speak it, it means that you know the language, I mean that the english level that you achieved now is high that you can comunicate with people in english you certainty have a lot to learn, but you can dominate some parts of the english language.

And about your dream that you said something that you didn't know make sure that you heard that before , it's kind of hard you say something that you've never heard before.

Cheers,

JB
Yea.... I did... I dreamt once in Eng. as far as I remember. But I waked distressed because it was an argumant with my boss!!!!Emotion: wink
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