I suppose I should give an update since I said expect one in a day or two and it's now been 6 days. I'm still debating about which languages to focus on going into next year. In fact, lately I've started thinking about whether I should even do a TAC for 2015.
I realize that my approach for the past few months of trying to seriously and actively juggle many languages wasn't the right approach. I guess back in August/September it had the benefit of getting me started in several languages. But most of the languages I'm learning (and would like to add to my roster) I prefer to just learn a little bit at a time. Pick up a new word or two, or maybe study a grammar concept or two, every few weeks or so. I think even setting a goal of learn something new every week is too much for me. Because I'm happy just dabbling in many of these languages.
But there are a few languages that I do want to concentrate on. I think. Sometimes, especially when I'm interacting with native speakers in a language exchange environment, I feel like I want to concentrate more on that language, and that I probably even should focus on it so at the next language exchange I will have improvements to show. But then other times I feel like with all my languages, I would rather just keep dabbling. That includes my top 4 - French, Portuguese, Spanish, and Tamil.
Well I guess I have the rest of the month to decide on whether I'm going to do a TAC, and if so, for which languages. The four that I was thinking of with the last update were in fact the four I just mentioned - français, português, espãnol, and தமிழ்.
Je veux parler toutes les langues dans le monde!