Originally Posted by kokonut
Right. It's the ease and flow on speaking that she was talking about. Something that's automatic when it comes to speaking. It's like when you first learned how to drive a car. All those things you have to remember. The brakes. Gas pedal. Emergency brakes. Turn signals. Speed. The location of your car relative to other cars. When to brake. Watching out for traffic signals and signs. Watching out for other traffic. Using your side view mirror. Your rear view mirror. Putting on your seat belt. It took a lot of effort in the beginning to remember those things and took time to develop that into a skill where you've become an experienced and adept driver where it has become an automatic experience.
Pray tell, why are there members on alldeaf north of 40 years old going voice off?
Obviously after 40++ years something doesnt exactly always become "an automatic experience."