My week is all fucked up because we don't have classes on Friday (but we have a meeting in the morning), and I took today off so I could take my GRE
. It feels like a Saturday. Kinda.
Anyway, update time!
So I've mostly been doing some work out of German Quickly
. My Japanese has been on hold, and I haven't touched Cayuga or Aleut yet at all. But considering that my focus has been on my GRE and getting things in line for my application to university, I'll give myself a free pass.
I always seem to get frustrated with my heritage languages. Either I'm not doing any of them, or I feel I'm doing the wrong one, etc. So I've decided to try to work on all three of them in some fashion.
My focus will remain German, cause I feel that's the easiest language to bump up relatively quickly for my studies. I will also try my best to integrate Japanese and Cayuga into my daily studies as much as possible.
Everything else will be whenever I have the extra time/energy, but I hope to at least do them once a week. (Which means I may have to figure something out for this no Anki thing. Should be interesting.
Since today is Thursday and I usually figure my week Sun-Sat (which I might tweak slightly; I'll try Mon-Sun instead), I'll just post my goals til next week.Goals 10/25-10/28
- Complete Lessons 4-6 in German Quickly by Wilson
- Review Lessons 1 & 2 in「みんなの日本語」by 3A
- Continue to work on Spelling Manual (Sections 'Vowel Combinations' through 'Consonants')
- Lesson 1 pages 15-18 (top) in Pribilof Anĝaĝigan Tunungin by Berge, et al.1
- Review Lessons 1-3 in Teach Yourself Irish by Dillion and Ó Cróinín
- Complete packets 1 no. 1 - no. 6 in Beginning Polish 1 by Krzyzanowski, et al.2
1. For anyone that is following along on the online version that's equivalent to the Vocabulary and Pronunciation tabs in Lesson 1.
2. I'm using the workbooks as determiners of goals in First Year Polish
by Swan. It's roughly equivalent to a fourth of Lesson 1 in Swan. Maybe a little less.
[Stop me before I add any more to the last section! I'm tempted to add Taiwanese and Sumerian, but I don't think I could manage that!