Labels

1% full 200 2X2 5 to1 5% 8 9 to 5 abundance adjustment Adolf Hitler airport album Alexander Arguelles anal animals animation Arabic Argentina Asperger's audience ballet Bangkok Barbar bargain beard bedtime reading Benny Lewis Bette Davis blank body language Book A Brac books bookshelf bookshop brainwright busy café Cat in the Hat catch catch-up change of mind chanting cheat China chinks churn class clean-up climate clues collection combination comfort zone commuting comprehensible input compulsive reading confession continue continuum conversation assistant couch potato customize cut and paste Danish demonstration devanagari alphabet diaries dice dishes disinclination double-Dutch doubling up dress up Dutch Dutch TV dux E Saxelby early morning enculturation energy enjoyment enroll environment ESOL Eureka evaluation Excel expectations exposure fail family Famous Five finish flax weaving flow fluency folders forty Frank Smith French movie frivolity fun game get Get used to it Globish gluten grab bag Greg Bear group Guillermo habit hackquisition Harry Potter havoc hear Heinrich Schliemann highlighting Hindi hindrance home run Hotere House how long? hyper-choice improvement individualize instant recall institution intention interference internalization interpreting interview Invaders ipad irresistible issue James Heisig jiggle Jim Morrison JK Rowling Jules Verne kanji keystone habit keyword Kindle KISS knowledge language acquisition lederhosen legacy level Light Wide & Shallow Lingo Linguaphone listening loan logo look Maeve Binchy magazine maintenance Mandarin Maori meeting memory MERLOT metaphysics Mexicans Michel Thomas milestone mirror image mismatch Mistake Phobia momentum Mosgiel Library motivation mp3 multi-task multiple Musashi Miyamoto narrative New Zild Newbian no notebook notes noticing novelty numerical nutshell Oma opportunity opposite organization outline overload pair parallels passion pdf pedagogy pendulum people persevere Phase 2 Pirate Bay plain sailing plan plasticene play Polish practice pressure proposal publication push puzzle questionnaire questions rain rate rationalization Reacher readwalk recognition index recollection red rubber ball Regent relocate repitition resource restrict return review Richard Burton right-brain Robert Heinlein role model routine Sachi sailing school fair Scribes secret senility sentences serendipity share sign language Simon Sinek situational skim sleep SMART social media Solitaire sort space shuttle Spanish speed split-screen sprouts start Stephen Fry stereo stories streamline structure stuck success Sue Barton summer school sustainability Syria teacher thanks thirds Three-Mile Hill Tim Ferriss time tool touching base Trade Me transcript travel treasure triad trial triple play trust txt ultimate resource uncle undecided universal application Universal Language Universe All Language unplanned Van Gogh video walking waste when? why? wide front winter work world wrong Xmas YouTube

Friday, 23 September 2016

6

I’ll do different things according to what level I’m at. That’s why I’m including languages I’m good at, am at an intermediate level in, and others that I know nothing about. The trick is to choose the right activity for each.

I’ll use the same resources, but I’ll do different things with them. What I attempt ought to be light, interesting and easy. That way, I’ll achieve a lot. It will feel as if I’m spending time on a hobby.

Tomorrow then, I’ll start telling you about Dutch. After English it’s my next best language. It’s actually my mother tongue.

1 comment:

  1. Hmm, I seem to have lost sight of this. According to my reasoning, I ought to be able to find something to do with a Harry Potter book for even a language whose script I know nothing about - Thai for instance.

    ReplyDelete