The nominees for this year are, drumroll please:
- [flag]es[/flag] Español: I was learning this in tandem with French, but stopped taking Spanish, so the challenge is to keep it at around the same level. I'm at around B1~B2 level, and would like to be a secure B2 by the end of the year (without any plans to visit anywhere Hispanophone).
[flag]fi[/flag] Suomi: A language I have a soft spot for, as the most-spoken relative of my native Hungarian, and, as Sophie told me, if I'm ever going to learn Finnish I need to get off my arse and not just look up random vocab on Wiktionary. While I learnt a few greetings and numbers a while ago, but I've forgotten half of it, but I want a comfortable A2.
[flag]is[/flag] Íslenska: Icelandic has a special place in my heart, and I've always wanted to learn it, and, while I've gathered a good few materials, I haven't gone very far in the way of actually learning any, so the objective for this year is at least an A1.
I'll probably add some object of wanderlust during the year, but these three are the most practical options I've desired for some time. We'll see how it goes.