Declan (AllHandsOnDex)'s French Log 2016

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allhandsondex
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Declan (AllHandsOnDex)'s French Log 2016

Postby allhandsondex » Tue Mar 29, 2016 3:51 pm

Right, well here goes nothing then.

Aiming for C1 French within the next few months - already at B2, pretty much, at least in comprehension which is what matters most to me because I'm learning it for work purposes i.e. to interpret from.
Today looking at another French learner's log I found out about the site Lingvist and have been playing around on there becoming more familiar with it; fifteen minutes scriptorium à la Alexander Arguilles and plan on doing a lesson from Using French later on this evening after dinner.
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Re: Declan (AllHandsOnDex)'s French Log 2016

Postby allhandsondex » Mon Apr 04, 2016 9:04 am

Updating my goals now to include interpreting 100 speeches from the speech repository FR > EN on top of the rest. Assimil has slowed down this week (by which I mean I've done nothing...)
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Re: Declan (AllHandsOnDex)'s French Log 2016

Postby Ketutar » Mon Jul 18, 2016 1:46 pm

allhandsondex wrote:the speech repository


Oh, nice! Thanks for the link.

The goal sounds interesting as well. Quoi de neuf? Comment se passent tes objectifs?
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