6WC 6 Week Challenge - May 2018

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Re: 6WC 6 Week Challenge - May 2018

Postby aledda » Thu Jun 14, 2018 6:42 pm

CarlyD wrote:How did everyone else do?

It was my first 6WC so I didn't know what to expect.

It was an amazing experience! I think I did quite well, even though I know I should have spent more time studying my target language (Korean). But these weeks helped me a lot to refresh, learn and improve a lot of things.

I want to continue studying Korean daily, but it's going to be hard. So, I decided to do what I can every day and focus on it during future challenges.
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Re: 6WC 6 Week Challenge - May 2018

Postby smallwhite » Fri Jun 15, 2018 4:51 am

I won this 6WC averaging over 4 hours a day. And how do I fare afterwards?

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I look forward to the next 6WC.
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Re: 6WC 6 Week Challenge - May 2018

Postby lingua » Fri Jun 15, 2018 6:08 am

Maybe you needed a break smallwhite. I don't know how you do it. I'm lucky to have two hours per day during the week after work, commute, sporadic exercise and house/meal chores are done. I have more time during the weekend.
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Re: 6WC 6 Week Challenge - May 2018

Postby smallwhite » Fri Jun 15, 2018 6:49 am

lingua wrote:Maybe you needed a break smallwhite. I don't know how you do it. I'm lucky to have two hours per day during the week after work, commute, sporadic exercise and house/meal chores are done. I have more time during the weekend.

I have the time and studying doesn't tire me much if at all. With the 6WC on, I love Turkish and I want to score the minutes. Without the 6WC, I still love Turkish, but it's not going anywhere so I mope around the place :? Guess I'll just consider this a break.

It's me who should say I don't know how you do it, with work, exercise, chores... My house chores get very, very low priority...
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