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#22: How to speak -6

    About recitation, I cannot tell whether the recitation is useful or not. When I record the video of Minecraft, I try to learn by heart one or two sentences from the videos of Minecraft gaming on You Tube. Basically I think it is not so effective on our speaking to learn by heart something and recite it because I feel the speaking by recitation is not the same as the natural speaking. When I record a video, I can feel the differences between the two speakings.
    In my opinion, it is not very important whether we recite or not. There is not so much differences. So I remember this sentence, which is "repetition is absolutely incapable of accounting for learning".

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    But I have not heard someone saying "Shake your butt!" or "Shake your hips!". I have heard something like this. "Shake your booty!!" So I feel that the expression "Shake your booty!!" is more natural than the others.
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