My answers are all in the video above, and here are the questions in the order they appear in the video, in case you'd like to skip ahead:
1:54Chenelle & Daf – Has your knowledge of Spanish helped in your learning process or has it interfered?
3:41Saul – Is this method more effective than the previous methods you have tried. What are your thought on this method and how would you complement it?
5:45Fit & Michal – How much of the content you’re reading and listening to do you understand as a beginner? Do you often have to look for words and read grammar rules? Ever since you started, have you regretted not going through some basics?
8:28Clayton – Is it becoming easier over time to put in the time or harder?
9:48Charlotte – What if you only had the amount of time daily to learn, like the average person does. Sometimes lucky to have 10 or 15 minutes. What would your strategy be and how far would you be?
11:26Pam – Have you been using your own resources, short stories, Conversations, etc., as a learning tool? If yes how would you evaluate them now that you’re approaching from a different perspective?
14:19Neil – With using LingQ as a key tool, did you rely mostly on the existing content or did you spend the time to upload other content that interested you (or did you not bother to use LingQ for your own content)?
15:45Linda -When you start a new language, how do you know where to find good material that won't just frustrate you
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Also, don't forget that I'm keeping a record of all the resources I've been using to learn Italian in the project homepage: Mission Control.
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