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The Model 

Level 0: Nothing

You’ve just started immersing and the language is complete gibberish.

Level 1: Something

The language is still mostly gibberish, but it has started to look/sound familiar. You’ve gained the ability to pick out occasional words.

You still have no idea what is being talked about.

Level 2: Bits and Pieces

You can recognize one or two words in most sentences, and every once in a while you understand an entire sentence.

You have an extremely vague sense of what sorts of things are being talked about.

Level 3: Gist

You can recognize at least half of the words being used, and it’s not uncommon for you to fully understand entire sentences.

You’re able to follow along with most of the main ideas that are expressed, but many smaller details are lost.

Level 4: Story

You can follow along with the majority of the ideas being expressed, but some details are lost here and there.

You rely heavily on contextual inference to determine what was said when you can’t make out all of the words. When you’re not able to understand something, you often can’t tell why you weren’t able to understand.

Level 5: Comfortable

You can understand close to everything, but some subtle nuance is lost. You have no trouble following along with everything that’s said, but some of the cleverness or craftsmanship of a speaker or writer may go unnoticed.

When you don’t understand something, you can usually identify the cause and clarify your understanding by looking up what you missed.

At this level, there is still significant effort associated with the act of comprehending the language.

Level 6: Automatic

You can effortlessly understand virtually everything. Virtually no details are lost. Can fully pick up on the subtlest levels of nuance.

This is the experience that native speakers have when consuming content they’re familiar with.

Routine 

@polylog

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The Model 

Level 0: Nothing

You’ve just started immersing and the language is complete gibberish.

Level 1: Something

The language is still mostly gibberish, but it has started to look/sound familiar. You’ve gained the ability to pick out occasional words.

You still have no idea what is being talked about.

Level 2: Bits and Pieces

You can recognize one or two words in most sentences, and every once in a while you understand an entire sentence.

You have an extremely vague sense of what sorts of things are being talked about.

Level 3: Gist

You can recognize at least half of the words being used, and it’s not uncommon for you to fully understand entire sentences.

You’re able to follow along with most of the main ideas that are expressed, but many smaller details are lost.

Level 4: Story

You can follow along with the majority of the ideas being expressed, but some details are lost here and there.

You rely heavily on contextual inference to determine what was said when you can’t make out all of the words. When you’re not able to understand something, you often can’t tell why you weren’t able to understand.

Level 5: Comfortable

You can understand close to everything, but some subtle nuance is lost. You have no trouble following along with everything that’s said, but some of the cleverness or craftsmanship of a speaker or writer may go unnoticed.

When you don’t understand something, you can usually identify the cause and clarify your understanding by looking up what you missed.

At this level, there is still significant effort associated with the act of comprehending the language.

Level 6: Automatic

You can effortlessly understand virtually everything. Virtually no details are lost. Can fully pick up on the subtlest levels of nuance.

This is the experience that native speakers have when consuming content they’re familiar with.

@polylog
哟嘿!今天已经完成了一点语法+一点单词复习+一篇精读(勉强算得上是),接下来的时间都是freeflow了,开心

进行了一些语言学习方法论的研究,又快乐地摸鱼了一个钟

sirisly美国人直接把raison d'etre这个词组抄进英语了是吗……

看到网友提到Vocabulary.com背单词很好用:m.cmx.im/@Momoko/1082795673042

我想再安利一个combo:readlang+vocabulry.com读英语文章。

在readlang中设置词典为vocab,然后在阅读器里读的时候,点击生词就可以在直接在vocab里查询。因为是直接嵌入网页,登陆vocab后还可以把想要学习的单词添加进list,稍后再在vocab上复习。

当然readlang本身也提供背单词功能,用的例句是从文章里直接摘出的,不过readlang的背单词模式比较单一。

终于去法语reddit上逛了逛,我学会了多少脏话啊)

逛评论区发现英语人说他们经常弄错croissant的词性,因为英语人会把t读出来,这时我意识到中文译名可颂多么完美地拯救了我在这个词上的记忆)

"nickel" refers to the brightness of the metal. It means "clean", and the meaning progressively shifted to "something well done", "perfect".

一个宣城是以玩游戏的方式练习口语的网站:
pengguin.com/

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hurray!

我通过这款游戏学到的单词量:0

逛论坛看到下面这个句子:

Si no aprendes un idioma para obtener un certifico oficial o un mejor trabajo ¿Cuál es tu motivo?

除了mejor trabajo没有概念以外其他全中

(is西语be like一种繁体英语(

笑死,第二课就是“You will die”

实用克林贡对话101

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