Clear the List Goal Setting, June 2019

Language Learning Goals June, 2019 – #ClearTheList

June is upon us, and exams are fast approaching! My language learning goals are looking suspiciously like “ah, quick, cram for this exam!” although honestly… it’s a bit late for that!

May In Review

BIBLICAL HEBREW

Vocab Memrise course,
4 x 30 mins/week
Done
Course Textbook & Workbook
2 chapters/week
Done

I’ve poured an enormous amount of energy into Hebrew over the last months – and you know, it *still* eludes me! After 7 weeks of 15 hours/week or more, I could finally translate the first 7 words of the Bible… “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.” Seven weeks, for 10 words! Seems a tad inefficient to me 🙁

Nevertheless, it is what it is… and despite it being one of the most unfulfilling language learning experiences I have ever had, I still want to master this language. Although, we have learned only around 350 words this semester, and I am far from knowing even those, so it might take a while!

GOALS FOR JUNE

My exam is half way through this month, so again I am going to be focussing on Hebrew with not much more planned until that is over. However, I do want to pick up on the Spanish once the exam is finished.

BIBLICAL HEBREW

Vocab Memrise course,
4 x 30 mins/week
Course Textbook & Workbook
2 chapters/day revision

SPANISH

Vocab Pimsleur x 2/week
Course Linguaphone 30 mins x 2/week

As well, of course, as French and Spanish songs and programs. But until after my exam, I’m not going to do anything else.

And you? Und Sie? Et toi? En jij? Og þú? En jy? What are your language learning goals for January and 2019? Let me know in the comments below, and join the community over on the #ClearTheList page.

 

Set your language learning goals as a part of the Clear the List Link Up hosted by Shannon Kennedy of Eurolinguiste and Lindsay Williams of Lindsay Does Languages.

#ClearTheList is a community language learning goal setting activity, run by Lindsay over at Lindsay Does Languages, and Shannon of Eurolinguiste.  Every month they review their past month’s work, and set new goals for the new month, and invite us all to join them. It is your chance to set monthly language learning goals and achieve them as part of the community.

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