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Just cross your fingers I`m on my way to be blessed by English
"Hopefully I can pick English up over the winter for the start of next season so I`ll be able to speak it without someone having to hit me over the head first."Lol. That`s funny.
That`s amazing. I have heard something like this before, so I believe it is possible.
Do you forget we only use 5% of our brains? Also, do you forget that your using that very same 5% to deduct that it can`t happen?
I wouldn`t be so quick to toss this one out. We know very little of the human brain, and we use a very small portion of it as well. The human body can respond in very odd ways to trauma.
i can`t wait!
I have a feeling there are a lot of errors in their stories.
or words along those lines...
Wouldn`t it be cool if we could do this artificially? and on purpose. Just go to the hospital to get your mind rearranged.
wait, if your right, if i wake up from a accident il be able to speak japanese fluently? ( i watch a lot of undubbed subtitled anime)
I call bullpoo on this one tbh.
Maybe the kid spends a lot of time listening to English music and watching English movies with Czech subtitles. The grammar and vocab could have wormed his way into his subconscious that way. This is not so unbelievable as everywhere in Europe you can turn on the radio and you hear english music, and most countries subtitle their films instead of dubbing them.
I`d suspect the story has been exaggerated. Maybe he wasn`t so awful to begin with, and the `perfect` english wasn`t quite so perfect, but who knows?
As a linguist, this is very exciting if it were true, but I have doubts.
yea, possible, but very unlikely
Just because there are spelling errors there, doesnt mean it`s wrong.