Adopt a new cultural skin when speaking another language

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Jul 4, 2018 11:31
I read an article about polyglots and I found it very interesting.
In the article, the unique points and tips to learn of those polyglots are described.

One of these tips is to "adopt a new cultural skin" when they use other languages.
I understand their feelings to some degree, but I'm not sure whether I can use this tip to learn another tongue.

I agree that we can change our character or persona when we speak or write another language other than our native tongue, but I think we need to acquire the reasonable level of the language before we can feel the change of our characters.

How can I adopt a new cultural skin when I'm just a beginner?

This is the link to the article I read.
http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20150528-how-to-learn-30-languages