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Old 12-06-2012, 01:47 PM   #5
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Is reading books in foreign languages an obstacle for imagination?
I would think not, but if you have this impression then simply read it in German. These books are all available.
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Therefore i'd really like to learn to get "into" the books.
Do you have any tips or even threads/books how i can manage that?
- Does it help you to see the illustrations or do they kill your own imagination?
- It might make a difference if you read the books or listen to an audio book.
- The best thing for getting into something is always to be active yourself. So, if you really want to make such a big task of it, you can draw pictures how you imagine that Alice or Gulliver or whoever looks like. Or you can stop after reading a few pages and spin your own continuation of the story.

I thought that history is full of exciting stuff too and not so dry!
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