One way I’ve found that helps me ‘revise’ is to listen to the language and to see how much I can understand. I usually find this encouraging as I understand more than I think. It also brings back to my mind phrases that I know and love – for example – com vulguis – as you like!
And if the listening is accompanied by viewing, visual clues add to understanding.
What’s more, if the listening / viewing is of something that is already familiar or known to you in some other form, you’re on to a winner.
Here’s a challenge for you! Courtesy of Lynne Horn (marvellous blogger from Tobermory – the real ‘Miss Hoolie’) – here’s Fawlty Towers in Catalan. Can you follow the story? Which episode is it? Can you pick out any key words?
And what about some Si primer ministre – Sir Humphrey and Bernard show how the results of questionnaires and statistics can be manipulated to say whatever you want! Can you follow the gist? This is trickier as Sir Humphrey is an expert at bamboozling in English so in another language, wel…)
Bona sort avec es repte ;o)