I've not kept my log up to date for the last month as most of my time has been spent with unorganised cramming.
I sat my exam on Monday, I felt happy leaving the exam centre, but won't likely know results until July. The intense study over the last few months has taken a bit of a toll on me, so I'm taking a step back from intense active study (but will continue passive work such as reading and listening.)
Assuming I pass, my goal is to keep moving forward and sit the Maatschappelijk Formeel
(B1) exam in May 2022. I'll likely start with grammar intensive work, as my exam was a bit all over the place in terms of grammar for me. Hugo
, Colloquial 2
should be enough for me combined with native materials.
I also might lay ground work* for some other languages I'm interested in (French, Spanish, Italian, maybe some Russian) but I'm not sure. It all depends on time constraints of teaching part-time and completing a master's degree**.
*complete MT Foundation 2x through, maybe an Assimil first stage course for each and a simple grammar based course (likely Hugo, but apparently the Italian edition isn't that great :/ )
**currently waiting on a second referee to get back to me before I can be given a place, deadline is the end of this month, so gonna be tight to get this all sorted
Edited: neatening up.