Ser wrote:Pues a decir verdad sí es un nombre con mucho cachet...
De paso, ¿qué tanto eres fan de Yu-Gi-Oh?
Queda bien, ¿eh? jeje, gracias.
La verdad es que no. Sólo me gustan los dragones en general, a decir verdad. Es triste que un dragón tan impresionante pertenezca a un dibujo animado tan mal escrito. Me encantaba cuando era niño, pero el otro día intenté verlo de nuevo y tuve que parar porque estaba muy mal xDDWeek 1
Nothing special to report on, it wasn't the most productive week :C I was slowly recovering from a trip back from Namibia. Writing
Zilch. Just messaging on Discord. Speaking
- Units 1, 2 and 3 (out, of 55 each unit approximately 60 to 90 minutes long )
I actually like it, a lot more than the original FSI course. Let's see if I stick with itReading
Enid Blyton - Los Cinco y el tesoro de la isla - Chapters: 1
Paco Ardit - Perro que habla no muerde - Chapters: 1 - 6
Many of you may know Enid Blyton. Ever since last year I wanted to read a proper children's novel. I did some research and it seemed she was a pretty big deal. I chose one of her most well known series ''The Famous Five'', 21 books lol, woohoo!
A while ago I bought the set of Paco Ardit B2 graded readers. I had never really gotten around to them but on my trip back from Namibia a week ago I began reading one out of boredom lol and I liked it a lot. I was surprised at how familiar I was with the grammar structures and the vocabulary. With the Enid Blyton book a lot of the vocab was unknown to me but I still was able to follow the plot. And I assume with 21 books I'll get used to her (the translator in this case xD) writing style and the vocab she uses. Listening
Podcastspanish.org - I transcribed 5 podcasts
That's it really lol. I had big plans for my listening practice lol, I'll try to implement them as the year rolls on. Overall I am okay with the podcasts, there are just a few instances where it seems like they mumble lol and that really gets on my nerves. I post the transcripts in the Español
room if any of you are interested. I feel I've come so far when it comes to listening but yet it feels like I still have a long way to go :C. Grammar
Gramática de uso del español C1-C2 - Units 1 and 2 (out of 106 lessons
, each unit containing 4 - 6 exercises)
Perfecting the Past in Spanish - Exercises 1 - 4 (out of 50)
Mostly just revising some things I already knew although the C1 book seems very daunting lol, the next few units are gonna be hell. I couldn't find the B1/B2 in South Africa so I had no choice but to buy it : P. I'm glad it has so many exercises and that everything is in Spanish.
I'll list some of my goals and resources on the weekend. Thanks for stopping by : D