voron wrote:As I said in one of my previous posts, I arrived to the conclusion that using Anki is inevitable if you want to improve from C1 to C2 -- either Anki, or a huge amount of input in L2, which for native speakers is to a great extent supplied by education, but unless you study or work in your L2 language you will likely lack.
I absolutely agree. Maybe not “inevitable”, but it makes it easier to get more out of less material and push out of the C1 plateau without making studying that language your full-time job.
I’ve realised that I managed to get to C2 in Spanish and Catalan because all of my classes were in those languages for three years and I spent hours on extensive reading (on forums mostly) every day. Whereas in Poland my classes were mostly in English and I didn’t find as much stuff I wanted to read in Polish until towards the end of my stay. So I’ve definitely seen huge improvements using Anki for Serbian and Polish.