Hi Moniker, I beg to differ. You don’t need to know grammar rules in order to learn a second language. As a matter of fact, if you start learning grammar rules, it probably will get more difficult for you to learn the language itself. I’m quite sure that nobody can ‘teach’ you a language. You can only learn it. There is only one way of learning any language: You have to apply the ‘input/output principle’.
Who are you referring to when you say “That’s we create a science able to decode others’ tongue…”? What science are you talking about? If you have access to the internet, you can apply the ‘input/output principle’. For example, your sentences contain a lot of expressions that might be grammatically correct but they are not used by native speakers. If you google your phrase “in foreign language ambience” you will see that you are the only person who uses it. So, knowing grammar rules is great but in most cases it doesn’t help you create sentences that ‘sound correct’.
Also, why would you say you have to go to the country where your target language is spoken? If you can afford living in a foreign country long enough to learn a new language, then you certainly have the means to apply the ‘input/output principle’ in your own country.[YSaerTTEW443543]
TOEIC listening, photographs: A river view in Saint-Petersburg[YSaerTTEW443543]