My summer plans are firming up. At this point it looks like I’ll be heading to the Midwest rather than South Korea. Since the language they speak in Indiana and the surrounding areas is English, there’s no immediate need to work on Korean. So far I had taken a beginning swing at the alphabet, but… Continue reading An End to Korean (for now)
I’ve completed a 100 day streak on Duolingo!
Last week I decided to add a little Korean to my studies on Duolingo. The same reason applies to German. So I’m adding another 10 experience points of German to my daily Duolingo studies. But at least one of these courses will be dropped within the month. [Update] Those plans have fallen through, so German… Continue reading And a little German on the side
We still haven’t figured out what we’re doing this summer. But one possibility involves spending a couple of weeks in South Korea. I spent a week in Seoul while working on my Masters in Public Administration. I enjoyed my time, but it was a structured trip, mostly examining aspects of the city government. (In short,… Continue reading Let’s try a little Korean, too
About once a week, someone asks what language they should take. Here’s my two cents.
Even though I’m not going to post weekly updates on my attempt at learning a language, I will be posting occasional updates. Duolingo currently awards a crown when any leaf (skill) on the tree (course) is completed. You can earn up to five crowns per leaf. The maximum number of crowns is dependent upon the… Continue reading Duolingo – 100 Crowns
It didn’t take me long to realize that posting once a week on learning French doesn’t make for a thrilling blog. So I’m not going to do it any more. Sorry,
I continue to work on my French, and share a resource with my mother
The progress I’ve made learning French the week ending November 2, 2018.
Even though I’ve just finished five lessons, why not look ahead.