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In order to learn to speak a foreign language, a person must

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Re: In order to learn to speak a foreign language, a person must [#permalink]

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mrblack wrote:
I disagree with B). "The only EFFECTIVE way to practice is by uttering original sentences in that language, rather than reciting memorized ones." Note the word EFFECTIVE. It implies that reciting memorized sentences is still possible, while not EFFECTIVE, to learn the language. Choice B) is wrong because it says that people who ONLY recite memorized sentences NEVER learn to speak the language.


I had the exact same reasoning, can anyone explain why it is wrong?
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