Linguaphile wrote:Great lists! I like making and learning lists like these, too.
Calendula is marigold with an i, not a y.
Synalepha wrote:I've learned over the years that it's pretty much useless for me to write orderly lists of target languages and related goals since I never respect them. Ideally, I'd like to focus on Ladin, Hebrew and Indonesian but I might change idea in three weeks or three months and that's ok, I've learned to not stress myself out over consistency anymore and just go with the flow.
Also, native English speakers. Don't be shy. Please do correct my mistakes or give me tips on how to sound more native-like. I'd appreciate it so much.
vijayjohn wrote:I'd say "change my mind."
vijayjohn wrote:For me personally, at least, what prevents me from making corrections is largely the fact that I don't know how native speakers' opinions differ regarding grammaticality.
vijayjohn wrote:That being said, lately, what I've been doing for the most part is just reading all of my language books just because I started feeling guilty all of a sudden for not having read them yet.
Synalepha wrote: Maybe it's because we seem to share a fetish for notebooks.
Synalepha wrote:My multilingual (minus English) one
Synalepha wrote:I'm also trying to practice some calligraphy
Linguaphile wrote:Nice! That's quite similar to what I do too, except that yours are much prettier than mine.
Antea wrote:Synalepha wrote:I'm also trying to practice some calligraphy
Obviously your Hebrew calligraphy is much more artistic than mine
Synalepha wrote:Oh I forgotvijayjohn wrote:That being said, lately, what I've been doing for the most part is just reading all of my language books just because I started feeling guilty all of a sudden for not having read them yet.
This is so relatable, but I usually try to re-sell them rather than read them lol.
Synalepha wrote:- I've discovered pealim which is a godsend for anyone struggling with Hebrew conjugations. There's also the app version of it but it costs 10 euros which - app-wise - is on the expensive side IMO, but I'm left wondering what marvelous features it might treasure for the price of 10 euros.
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