Experiment: instead of learning about 20-50 words per language per day this week I am aiming for around 100 new words in one language a day, and reviewing only for the rest. My daily word/points aren’t so bad but I want to see if I can learn even more this way in less time. Reasoning: the new words will have about 5 days to “settle” during the reviewing phase, and it might be easier to cram in a lot in the same language at once rather than switching. The post will be updated as I progress through the week.
The percentage defintely seems to go up as the days progress (and the to be reviewed items down). I am not sure yet of the overall difference it makes to my old method.
Further things to consider: maybe at first only review the language of the day, then learn new ones, and review everything else only once a day (possibly after 4 hours to include the first round for the new words), starting
Friday Nov 20 Saturday Nov 21 Sunday Nov 22 next week.
I’ll stop logging for now, and just post stuff that I notice as I go a long. This method so far has been satisfying, I finished the three courses I had pinned and made good progress in a few others.
我今天中午在餐厅 “Oscar Kocht” 吃午饭了． 午饭很好．现在我喝啤酒，
Langsam versteh ich seidl. Er scheint seine Filme oft dann zu beenden, wenn die Protagonist_innen an einem emotionalem Tiefpunkt sind. In a way ist das aber besser als ein.Happy oder open end, weil aus der scheisse kam man nur schwimmen oder untergehen, vom Happy end nur bergab gehen, und nach dem open end ist man so schlau wie zuvor. So in a way ist dieser Tiefpunkt der einzige Moment einen film zu beenden ohne eine neue Geschichte zu erzählen.