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SomehowGeekyPolyglot wrote:(Now why did I choose this subforum and not another one?
Because I am currently learning more about a language that I already know to some extent, but there still is room for improvement. And that one simply is called communication. Not kidding.)
And as for how it feels to myself at least, I'd say that I really am learning more about communication in the very same way I am learning other languages like Spanish or French. Immersion and exposure. Practice. Learning new things and revising others through spaced repetition (although without flashcards, but I also don't use them for Spanish, French and other languages).
dEhiN wrote:SGP, I want to respond to this. While I understand where you're coming from, the purpose of this thread doesn't quite fit in the TAC forum. The TAC forum is meant specifically for anyone who wishes to create a TAC. TAC's were initially an actual competition, but nowadays they are personal blogs where one can share about the various languages they are studying, as well as interact with other users regarding those languages.
dEhiN wrote:However, because we also have language specific forums, any TAC/blog thread dedicated to a single language fits better into the associated language specific forum. This allows us to group all threads dedicated to a specific language together, and use the TAC forum for those studying multiple languages at once who wish to use one thread for all their studies. This same logic also applies to the General Language Forum and this particular thread of yours on communication. It (this thread) better fits in the General Language Forum.
SomehowGeekyPolyglot wrote:So this also means to me that you, at least, don't fully disagree with myself calling communication a language .
dEhiN wrote:SomehowGeekyPolyglot wrote:So this also means to me that you, at least, don't fully disagree with myself calling communication a language .
I actually don't disagree at all; I do realize that language, in its most general or abstract sense, encompasses any and all forms of communication between humans. That's why, for example, phrases like "the language of music" or "the language of the heart" or "body language" are used. In this log, you are referring to the act of communicating, or the noun communication, and seeking to discuss about it - what is it, how to improve it, etc. - in much the same way one would about a "normal" language such as French. The TAC is after all, really a sub-forum of the General Language Forum.
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