So, this time I decided to open a thread in order to keep me focused throughout the year. I don't really have as much time for languages as I used to, so it's important to plan ahead. I'll also have to stay away from wanderlusts as much as I can...
My current level is B2 and my goal is to be able to reach C1 by the end of the year.
- I plan to keep on having private conversational lessons (1h per week) with a French teacher
- Finish Grammaire progressive du français (niveau intermédiaire)
. I'm about halfway through and most of it is about things I already know, so it'll be a good review.
- Start Grammaire progressive du français (niveau avancé)
and do as many exercices from it as possible
- To read at least one book in French
- To watch more movies/TV shows in French
- Keep on using Anki to learn vocab
My current level is A1 or A2 (not really sure) and my plan is to reach a confortable B1 level until the end of the year. In October I'll be starting a language course in which I'll need to be at that level, so I really need to be able to accomplish this.
I'm currently doing Lextra's Deutsch als Fremdsprache
(I'm on unit 15/20) and after that I plan to go through Optimal A1 and A2 (the course I mentioned before will use Optimal B1, so I think I should stick to the same textbook series)
I'll keep on using Anki to practice vocab and sentences
I want to try and follow podcasts more often (for instance, Slow German)
My current level is A1. I'd like to at least reach A2 by the end of the year and learn 750 characters.
I'm starting private Chinese lessons this week (1 hour per week) with a Chinese tutor and we'll be following the book Winning in China - Business Chinese
to start with.
I'll also be using Skritter for characters and individual words (just renewed my subscription) and Anki for sentences
I should probably also study some
, since I actually have to use it on a daily basis at work, but I guess that'll have to wait...