Well, after a pretty busy period, I'm back again
As for my studium schedule, it's now a completely mess. Meaning that I'm going back and forth through many different languages, at a random order, with no defined goal. Here's my " résumé ":
I suppose I should go for an oral test to set my level, but I'm a little bit scared of it. I cannot simply jump into the pool for the first time, only with theoretic lessons. I have to decide myself.
I have to say that I'm mostly scared of not having the correct accent. Yo know, many time ago I studied some Italian, and it was so confusing. You know, it's so familiar for us and so similar to other romance languages, that in our class, when we didn't know the correct word, people finally spoke like a mixture of Spanish, Catalan, French and Latin but with a perfect Italian accent
. Because, you know, Italian accent is so agreable, musical and easy for us, that you could talk nonsense but with a perfect Italian accent. Well, now Italian accent is following me forever whenever I try to speak Portuguese. And you know, I have to be sure that I'm able to control this
I continue with my classes, which makes me do at least some revisions. But I'm a little bit frustrated about it, as I think we're going into another grey zone again, like you know, an eternal study of an impossible grammar with no speaking, and therefore no practical use.
I'm fighting to get into the language. In this case I have the opposite problem that I have with Russian. We go too fast, and I don t have time to assimilate. We're already reading simple texts
I still have no text book for Hawaiian, but I'm trying to do some study, mainly vocabulary, with online ressources
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Well, regarding these two I'm for the moment completely "out". I had plans to take some Swedish lessons, but finally that could not be possible. And regarding to Afrikaans, I still have to finish my study book