Hi guys! Today’s post is another book review – this time of Fluent Forever by Gabriel Wyner. I read this book just over a week ago and thought it was really quite interesting – and it got me all excited about new learning methods and trying out new languages.
So without further ado, here’s what I thought of the book (and what it helped me to do!).
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Hi guys! It’s time for another GCSE German post – and I hope some of you are finding these useful. You don’t have to be a GCSE student to use these posts by the way; they’re aimed for anyone at an A1/A2 level in German, so they might be helpful even if you’re not doing the exam.
Our topic today is the environment which, though it can be boring, does happen to come up a lot. So let’s see if I can help you get through it!
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Hi guys! Happy Monday! I hope this week has started out well for you all.
Yet again, it’s time for a progress report about the 6WC – we’re onto number five and we’re now over two weeks in, so how far have I managed to get?
Continue reading “6WC November 2015: Progress Report #005”
Hallo Leute! Ich bin zurück (ein bisschen spät, aber…) und jetzt lass uns über Kind 44 wiedersprechen.
Diese Woche habe ich das Teil Zwanzig Jahre danach – Moskau gelesen; die Ereignisse finden von 11. Februar 1953 bis 14. Februar statt. Wie immer, es gibt einen Memrise-Kurs hier und Spoiler werden natürlich folgen.
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Hey guys! It’s Friday already, yay! Anyone else looking forward to the weekend? I know I am.
But for now, it’s time again for me to leave a little update about my 6WC progress. So, off we go!
Continue reading “6WC November 2015: Progress Report #004”