Your brain will sort out the meaning for itself. You're conditioned to the meaning of words.
In character forget words, think objective.
Don't let words influence you how you say them.
Learn the words and do it.
Certainty is wrong. Do all your planning, work it out, learn the words and then step off into space.
Clarity of words, that is what writers want, allow the dialogue to come out, don't disappear.
Actor has to find the words.
Dramatic scene can be done without words.
Can't sound like an actor who knows the words.
Sloppy diction; actor swallowing words, he thinks audience knows words.
If you can't tell story in behavior, it won't work with words.
Author gives the words, as an artist you can do things, invent all that happens. Don't do words literally. Make words visual.
Play of language: words are highly significant.
During rehearsal try this with a scene partner: have emotion and have objective, but don't use the words in the scene. Instead, make up the words. This will help you come up with behavior for the characters in the story.
"In the end, it can't look like acting."