vijayjohn wrote:Have you considered posting on forums (here, or Reddit, for example) for the purpose of language practice?
Also maybe we can revive our Turkish study group!
Saim wrote:vijayjohn wrote:Have you considered posting on forums (here, or Reddit, for example) for the purpose of language practice?
Post what though?
Sure, using what materials? Voron recommended this TV show:
He told me it got better reviews than Hakan: Muhafız and since it's on YouTube rather than Netflix we could potentially watch it together if you have time. The only thing is that the episodes are crazy long, although I guess we can break them down into smaller chunks of twenty or thirty minutes.
vijayjohn wrote:I finally remembered the name of that Chinese series my Sichuanese friend recommended to me: 大宅门.
vijayjohn wrote:Depends on the forum. Here, I generally just look at posts I didn't see before (or even look up old posts sometimes) and see whether there are things I can respond to. For example, I find that the word-association game and especially games like the translation game and TPAM are pretty good practice. (You probably know by now that I also usually post in my personal thread to keep track of errors and quiz myself over vocab, but that's just me, I guess ).
On Reddit, generally, what I do is to just go to the sub for learning the appropriate language and write a post in that language inviting everybody to talk about whatever in said language. Often, people say, "Suggest a topic to talk about!" (in which case I personally would probably just ask generic questions like "how are you? Where are you from?" etc. I think there has been at least one occasion where someone else suggested a topic first), but honestly, I find that even if you don't, starting a topic like this is enough to generate a decent amount of discussion.
We could always try doing that and seeing how it goes.
Saim wrote:I'm going to experiment with a new kind of flashcard to make it easier to cover more ground without burning out.
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