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    Cool Connected in a language

    Hello!

    Sometimes, when I'm too tired, I simply can't speak English properly!

    1-And I tend to say the following: "I'm not connected in English". Is it a correct phrase?

    2-Can I also say: I need to remain connected in English.

    Thank you
    Will

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    Re: Connected in a language

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello!

    Sometimes, when I'm too tired, I simply can't speak English properly!

    1-And I tend to say the following: "I'm not connected in English". Is it a correct phrase?

    2-Can I also say: I need to remain connected in English.

    Thank you
    Will
    That would be an odd thing to say.
    When people say they "don't feel connected" (which is not common) they usually mean to other people.

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