Welcome to June’s Clear The List! Hosted by myself, Shannon of Eurolinguiste, and Mariah of Food, Booze and Baggage, we share our monthly goals and encourage you to do the same. Check the bottom of this post for more info on how to join in.
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Before we get started, it’s a new month, which means a new planner!
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Language Learning Review for May
I didn’t do so well on this one. Eek!
I have altering my study time with Korean to be more focused on listening and speaking but I haven’t stuck to my daily Korean Snapchat updates or my HelloTalk audio messages.
To be honest, my Korean messages on HelloTalk dwindled out and I’m been too
busy lazy to start new conversations.
As for not doing the daily Snaps? I have no excuse!
Esperanto happened really easily! I’ve got a ridiculously long streak on Duolingo – probably all the way since returning from Berlin.
It’s funny in comparison to Korean. Sometimes things just fit and sometimes they don’t. Who knows.
Getting a plan down
Yes! This happened and I feel pretty nifty about it. This also means I have good plans for June…
Language Learning Goals for June
I’m keeping going with Korean at a slow pace because I’m still studying with my buddy Shannon! We’re chatting weekly and sharing what we’ve learnt, which is proving great motivation to keep going.
I’m finishing the Colloquial Korean audio by the end of the month by listening to and repeating one each weekday.
I just can’t let Japanese go. So I’m going to keep learning it a little to keep it fresher in my mind.
I’m currently working through a chapter each week of my old Teach Yourself Japanese book.
I’ve planned with Esperanto that I can complete the Duolingo course by mid-June by sticking to a new topic each day, which so far has proved pretty achievable. Woohoo!
It’s weird though. I haven’t actually spoken or used any Esperanto yet at all. So it’s kind of an experiment based on Duolingo, which is something I’ve never actively used to learn a language.
Seeing as Esperanto is acting almost as a break from Korean and Japanese, which is quite nice. We’ll see how it goes.
I used to be not bad at Chinese waaaay back circa 2009. It’s there in my brain. I just need to revive it.
Which is why I’ve started listening to and repeating one Assimil lesson a day from Chinese With Ease. It’s the first time I’ve used Assimil and I like it a lot! It’s not a huge focus for me right now but just something I’m putting into my routine.
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So, what are your plans for June? Which languages will you be learning? Share in the linkup on your blog or in the comments!