Did you reach your language goals this year
now its nearly the end of the year, its time to assess: Did you reach your language goals this year? what are your goals for next year?
This year, i wanted to be able to read a entire text in german. But i was only able to understand 70%, which is good. It shows how much i still need to learn and i am happy about that.
I didn't set myself specific goals but I had in my mind where I want to be on both languages (Spanish and French) and I have to be honest I am happy with where I'm at - especially with my Spanish where I've gotten higher than I ever planned to be.
I didn't plan on starting to learn another language this year so I guess you can say I have exceeded my goal for the year! Bonne Annee!
Tres magnifique! I loved how you surprised yourself this year! Have a lingot and keep up your streak.
To be honest, not really. I wanted to be able to completely understand French movies this year. That goal was very unrealistic. Thinking back, I'm actually really happy with my understand of French.
I had 3 goals - out of which, completing the French tree, I gladly did. The others were to start the Reverse Tree and give the DELF exam. I realized these were clashing with other, more, important things (I am still a student - exams, college - stuff crops up); so I decided I will do them later on.
What were your goals and have you achieved them?
Je peux lire beaucoup de choses et comprendre un 60%-70% du français parlé, et aussi je peux m'exprimer et bavarder avec des natifs donc: oui, j'ai réussi dans les buts de ma langue. Et toi ?
I started up again in August and I've have about 10 more lessons to go. I have alot of none gold lessons tho. I didnt think about setting a language goal for 2018 but I think I might. I want to be able to understand more spoken French. Have a clue as to how to judge that tho. What about you? You've been at this for longer that I have. What is a realistic comprehension goal?