Talking too much can make your life in danger, so know to control yourself. If you can do this, you will have long life. A perception that amateurs should get rid of is the school of thought that believes that quicker is better! This is the old myth that familiarity to your mother tongue gives you knowledge of language in general, including social ramifications related to it.
It's not about lack of command of a foreign tongue either - more often than not, the flawed basic concepts in our language interrupt the code. We have the belief that a word-by-word translation, though admittedly not very elegant, will at least give you at least gives us "general idea" of the source text's end product content in a new language.
The old saying” A little knowledge is a dangerous thing” rules even here. To some extent, this is true. This is the case even within the very limited context of highly specialized technical fields academic papers on chemistry rich in formula and procedural descriptions being a case in point. Needless to say, relying on direct translations is problematic which means it is better to practice a little, than talk a lot.
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