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Yaan
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France
Joined 2472 days ago

61 posts - 88 votes 
Speaks: French*, English, Mandarin
Studies: Spanish, Esperanto

 
 Message 1 of 2
16 February 2014 at 6:04pm | IP Logged 
For the TAC 2014, my goal is to improve my Chinese and Spanish but also start a new language, German. Here is
my initial plan.

Goals for Chinese in 2014, B1 -> C1
1. Skype/Italki session at least once a week
2. Participating language learning MeetUps at least once every two weeks
3. Daily reading practice on Lingocracy using children stories and native contents
4. Practice writing if I have time (not a priority for me)

Goals for Spanish in 2014, B1 -> C1
1. Skype/Italki session at least once every two weeks
2. Participating language learning MeetUps at least once every two weeks
3. Complete Duolingo tree, practice at least 5min a day
4. Daily reading practice on Lingocracy using native content

Goals for German in 2014, Beginner -> A2
1. Find a "german from scratch" course on internet and start from there
2. Complete Duolingo tree asap, practice at least once a week
3. Start Skype/Italki sessions after learning the basics
4. Read some German easy texts

Goals for English in 2014
TBD

PS: Goals layout inspired by Ryan’s Language Learning
Log


Edited by Yaan on 16 February 2014 at 6:58pm

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Emme
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980 posts - 1593 votes 
Speaks: Italian*, English, German
Studies: Russian, Swedish, French

 
 Message 2 of 2
17 February 2014 at 10:57am | IP Logged 
Hi Yaan!
I’m curious to find out about your plans for English in 2014. When you reach a certain level of proficiency you have so many opportunities and options to keep using and working on your TL that it becomes difficult to choose in which direction your studies should go and have definite projects. Unless you’re a very organized and systematic person that can keep to a precise programme, you’re spoilt for choice and you may end up doing a thousand little things at the same time but nothing that makes progress immediately evident. At least, that’s my experience and that’s why I’m interested to see how you solve this conundrum.

Yaan wrote:
[...]
1. Find a "german from scratch" course on internet and start from there
[...]

You probably already know about it, but for German your first port of call must be the Deutsche Welle site. It’s full of free resources that take you from A0 to C1. It’s a real treasure-trove. Many here on HTLAL have used it and I’m sure that if you need direction you can ask the forum for advice.

Good luck with TAC 2014!

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