I joined this forum after having spent a fortnight conducting research on the best way to resuscitate my moribund French. I last used the language in high school (Cambridge IGCSE) eleven years ago, and it has since fallen into disrepair. I have managed to compile a sizeable French
I will be doing the following on a daily basis:
2 x Assimil FWOT lessons (140 lessons to be done in 70 days)
2 x Assimil NFWE lessons (113 lessons to be done in 57 days)
1 x Linguaphone (1950)* (50 lessons to be done in 50 days)
1 x Linguaphone (1971)* (30 lessons to be done in 30 days)
1 x Living Language Ultimate: Beginner - Intermediate (2000)* (40 lessons to be done in 40 days)
1 x Cortina Conversational French in 20 Lessons (1954)* (20 lessons to be done in 40 days)
2 x DLI French Basic (85 lessons to be done in 43 days)
2 x Hugo French In 3 Months (1987)* (90 lessons to be done in 45 days)
1 x FSI French Phonology* (20 lessons to be done in 20 days)
1 x Teach Yourself French (2003)* (25 units to be done in
1 x Oxford: Take Off In French (2000)* (14 units to be done in
Please note that once the programs with the asterisk are completed, I will proceed with the following:
(ie, whatever course gets finished is replaced by something on this list immediately. I will not be revising anything).
2. FSI Metro Fast
3. FSI Belgium
4. French In Action
5. Colloquial French 1 & 2
6. Practice & Improve: French
8. Immersion Plus
9. added Fluent French
UPDATE I love vintage books, and stumbled upon the original Teach Yourself French book from 1918 and a Teach Yourself French Grammar book from 1961. I will NOT touch them until I have completed everything above.
Yes, I know that everyone will roll their eyes at me, but I do have
I am here to seek ACCOUNTABILITY and will be reporting back once a week on my progress. I will be happy to make friends in the process too.
UPDATE: 25/07/18 - The semester is starting one week earlier than previously assumed, therefore my project will be shortened by an entire week I will have to do my utmost best to finish as many courses as I possibly can during those precious nine weeks.