You Can’t Learn Languages In Your Sleep. So Why Do Those Videos Exist?

Let’s get right to the point. You cannot learn a language in your sleep. It has been scientifically proven by the RAND Corporation in 1955 that recalling material presented to you while you’re sleeping does not work. You have to be conscious in order to retain new words in your target language. Unless you are dreaming in your target language after a whole day's worth of…

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I write about languages, politics, and climate change | Curated 23x | New contributing writer for ILLUMINATION | Buy me a coffee https://ko-fi.com/jaysonfras

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