Day 5 of Assimil GWOT & NFWE and Cortina (1954).
I am really enjoying German! I am not even straining myself doing two lessons of each Assimil version per day. The morphological agglutination, which you don't see too much in both Assimils but do see clearly in Cortina, just make so much sense. I look forward to seeing how deep the German rabbit hole goes!
Day 6 of CLE Vocabulaire PdF ( Int.), CLE Grammaire PdF (Int.), CLE Communication PdF (Int.) and G. Mauger's Cours de Langue et de Civilisation Francaises (III). I am still listening to an episode of RFI: Le Journal en Francais Facile and an episode of Fluent French Audio a day. As I get closer to attaining the B2 goal, I am happy to report that I am not seeing any evidence of the Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility in my French.
Jaleel10 wrote:Happy to see you attacking German. I'm thinking of following a similar approach but just with the two Assimil, Michel Thomas and Language Transfer (I hope already knowing two Germanic languages will count in my favour). I'll be eagerly following your progress. Mach weiter so!
Thanks, boet!!! When do you plan to start German? NGWE and GWOT are really good! You made a wise investment. I didn't like MT French because of non-native accents (Really??? Who does that!?!?) and that unrealistically slow student who only succeeded in leaving me in a fit of pique! LT is better but suspiciously similar to MT, and I am 100% certain that they will be seeing a lawsuit fairly soon. How many hours a day will you be doing? I am yet to properly start LT though.