Time from B2 to C1/C2? (frustrated somewhat- seeking some feedback pls)

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Re: Time from B2 to C1/C2? (frustrated somewhat- seeking some feedback pls)

Postby munyag » Fri Jan 22, 2021 5:38 am

Hi Peter

Did you sit the C1/C2 French exam?
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Re: Time from B2 to C1/C2? (frustrated somewhat- seeking some feedback pls)

Postby Xenops » Fri Jan 22, 2021 5:54 pm

munyag wrote:Hi Peter

Did you sit the C1/C2 French exam?


Here's his post on taking the C2: Re: PM’s French Adventures in the Matrix
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Re: Time from B2 to C1/C2? (frustrated somewhat- seeking some feedback pls)

Postby PeterMollenburg » Sun Jan 24, 2021 12:25 am

munyag wrote:Hi Peter

Did you sit the C1/C2 French exam?


Hey munyag. Yeah I sat it and I didn't pass.

Xenops kindly supplied the link to the relevant section of my log detailing my experiences with the exam.

Xenops wrote:
munyag wrote:Hi Peter

Did you sit the C1/C2 French exam?


Here's his post on taking the C2: Re: PM’s French Adventures in the Matrix


Since then I tried to summon the momentum to sit it again, but that momentum dissipated a short while later and thus I concluded that I had been experiencing a bit of burn out with studying only French and no other languages. Therefore, I decided it was high time and ironically better for my long-term French goals, to start studying other languages. My French enjoys frequent use now and is in a very safe position as a family language and my default principal language whenever English is not a necessity. I'll likely return to targeting the C2 at a later date.
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