Originally Posted by m18pak
If you think in words and sentences all it means is that you are likely a verbal-aural person.
If you think in terms of "articulated speech" then you are likely a writer of some sort, because it means that you are a verbal thinker who thinks a lot, hence you are so good at it.
I've often wondered about this, because I am a writer - it's always been a huge component of my life since I was young, and featured largely in all the jobs I've ever had. Now I'm focusing on it full-time.
I DO have proper "articulated speech" in my head. I speak in full sentences and it all makes sense. YET... I've never considered myself a fully verbal/aural person. Both verbal and visual are important. I "see"
the words in my head as I say them. I can only learn a new language or how to pronounce someone's (unusual) name if I see the words written down. I not only have a photographic memory though, but also an aural one - I can remember conversations word for word (it often amazes me how people mis-remember what has been said