OldBoring wrote:No idea on how to do it.
All your questions are how to do something. But this is life. You can't have a tutorial on anything.
I fully agree that it isn't possible to have a tutorial on everything.
And as for practice and so on, well, this is what I actually am doing with the languages I am learning
. It's just that sometimes, asking a question like the one I asked about Chinese tonality, or any other question of that kind, did provide some additionally useful output. I never intend these questions of mine to be something replacing anything that I am able to do myself, but sometimes they can be something supplementary.
There is a recent example, and I do like to double-emphasize and even triple-emphasize that I am only mentioning it for the purpose of explaining something. When I asked a certain question in the Czech-related thread, the result was some output helping myself to connect some more dots and to realize that Czech, Polish and others, were (once again) easier than I thought.
This would be the link to both of someone else's reply and my follow-up:https://forum.unilang.org/viewtopic.php?p=1124055#p1124061