Welcome to my language goals for 2020, which are not really goals in a "I want to reach this and that level" sense but more of an overview what languages I'd like to study when. You can find a more detailed plan in my post about my language goals for 2020 in which I also explain how I chose my languages and how I plan on studying multiple of them each day.
(Spoiler: I might have overdone it a tiny bit. A five-months review of my studies can be found here.)
The annual plan below will most likely change several times as the year goes by. Apart from Spanish, Japanese and Italian, which are languages that I definitely want to continue (or start again) with this year, I'm having difficulties to commit myself to another language in advance when I don't even know where my preferences lie in three/six/nine months, or what new language sparks my interest in the future. That is why I will choose spontaneously and update my plan along the way.
(Last update: 31st May 2020)
Hej! My name is Sandra, I am a language enthusiast from Germany and this is where I document my language learning journey.
I will share my study goals with you, talk about the ups and downs in language learning, try out cool challenges and show you study methods that I found particularly helpful. Making myself accountable here will hopefully give me some extra motivational boosts!
All main articles will eventually be translated into the four languages I am most comfortable with: German, English, Spanish and Japanese. Older posts can be found under "Archive" and are sorted in order of date.
You won't find a comment section under my posts, so if you feel like chatting a bit, or talking about language-y things feel free to message me on social media or write me an email!
Enjoy your stay and happy studying!