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Example for decoding foreign languages visually and audibly: it is easy, just don’t hide the translation!

The eye needs to see the word of the foreign language and the word of the mother language in one focus right underneath each other.

The ear needs to hear these words almost interrupting each other.

Like this the two languages fuse in the brain. This is a sensory process, which happenes without effort. It is the classical conditioning Pavlov discovered.
Synchronizing both, the audio and the visual presentation of the words, will boosts this classical conditioning in terms of the so called 'clicker effect'.