Heyo, back with another list of goals for this month.

Mission Acquisition July

Recap

So…Korean. I have a weird relationship with Korean right now. I do enjoy going to my classes, but I honestly feel like I learned more studying myself. The grammatical concepts are introduced WAY too quickly. And honestly, if you don’t study a lot outside of class you’ll be hella lost. I think if they try to make us jump from Advanced 1 to Conversational I’ll end up taking Japanese instead and studying Korean at home on the side. I haven’t learned anything new with Korean really  and I feel bad. I love the language but I’ve been too busy to learn properly. Gotta fix that.

German. My dear. My love. How I have neglected you. 🙁

I still haven’t recovered from the fact that my German teacher has to leave. And I don’t know how soon I’ll replace her. We still have to have our last session and I’m dreading it. I bought a grammar workbook and I’ve done some video watching here or there but not much. Although I did test out of the majority of the Duolingo German tree. Seriously, I was SO slacking on language learning during June.

Except for French…

I’ve actually been keeping up with it! I really really like Mosalingua. Flashcards have never really worked for me, but the fact that there’s sound plus 95% of them have accompanying pictures make it so much easier for words and phrases to stick. I think I’ll be able to mumble out the basics when I head to Montreal at the end of the month!

Now onto what should be happening in July

Korean

  • Keep up with the self-study; I have almost finished my beginner textbooks
  • Create a new study plan with set study times
  • Try out a mock TOPIK test just to see what I’m up against here

German

  • Have the last session with my Italki teacher
  • Think about hiring a new teacher
  • Work through first 2 chapters of my grammar workbook
  • Work through first 2 chapters of my C1 workbook
  • Finish the duolingo tree

French

  • Keep up a learning streak for the whole month
  • Try to write a paragraph in super basic French

 

Phew, that was a lot. How about you?

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