May. 17th, 2014


May. 17th, 2014 12:53 am
polyglotting: Books with different languages as titles. (Default)
This method of review is working really well for me! I blew through the review material on Italian tonight (I've only been studying it for two days) and moved onto a review of French (a substantially longer process I probably won't complete tonight.)

I may use my iPad with the applications tomorrow, if the headset is compatible, so I can review these materials with the images. While I'm doing that, I would like to see if I can find my Pimsleur audio tracks in Spanish - I can do that thirty minutes per day to try to build my confidence in conversation again. If not, hopefully trying to avoid my language and immerse myself as much as possible in these other ones will help.

On a side note: I am trying to find and get involved with language groups locally. There are a few difficulties:

• The area seems to lack a language meetup not hosted by one of the language private schools.
• My schedule makes it difficult to meet with them anyway.
• They seem to never meet anywhere near me.

But the cornerstone of language acquisition is speaking it, so I need to work on finding local speakers.


polyglotting: Books with different languages as titles. (Default)
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