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    apparently since you can read my mind what am I thinking? besides I know some of the words were french maybe not all because I've heard those exact words listening to a french person speak, do I have a clue what they mean? no.
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    I often think in a language that is not my native, but how can you think in a language you don't know...?
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    WTF?

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    I dont think in language at all, but it happened before that I forgot german words and rather used english ones cause they described a thing more accurately with lesser words. For that matter I can talk to myself in the head in english but the actual thinking process is not composed of words.
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    I've never consciously thought in a language I don't know, but I did have a nightmare in German once.

    There were three phrases I could make out.

    "Zushlagen," followed by a person slamming their first on their hand, and then a door slamming. I think it has a meaning along the lines of slam.

    "Grill in tog," and I saw something being burned. I think it has something to do with burning and time.

    "slitten fewren!" also appeared, and I got the vague idea of snow and rapid movement.

    I don't know if those are actual German words or not. I heard many other words, but ended up focusing on the ideas going through my head as I spoke them (which gave me the meanings) rather than the words being spoken, so I don't remember them.

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    How can you think in a language that you don't speak?
    Between that cigarillo and sticking my finger down my throat to see if I could DT, I feel like puking RN.

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    how the hell am i suppose to know? all i know is it happened.
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    I've had dream where people spoke to me in french, but that really doesn't count because I know some french...

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    @athenian200
    "zuschlagen." to hit or slam.
    "grill in tog?" i have no idea. to grill for a whole day? grill einen tag? not correct though. makes no sense.
    "schlitten fahren." riding/driving on a sleigh.

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