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We mostly use a kind of knowledge that is unconscious to speak our first language. We do not think very much about how to say what we are thinking, we just say it.

When we learn a second language, we often develop a very different kind of knowledge, one that is conscious and requires mental effort. For example, we may know that, in English, verbs in the present simple end in -s in the third person singular. 

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