July 7th, 2010

I’ve been a bad student as of late, having not done a whole lot of language learning and having not posted much about it here.

For German, I’ve been adding vocabulary to Anki; nothing new there. I did another copying session with French with Ease, and today, I did two Assimil lessons, one for Dutch and one for Russian.

For Dutch, it was lesson 24; for Russian, it was lesson 54 of the 1951 Russian without Toil. Not a whole lot to note about either, I’m afraid, except for one thing: in the Russian lesson, the English translation refers to telephonic robots. I have absolutely no idea what they’re talking about. All I can think of is something like today’s autodialers which call people for advertising purposes. At any rate, telephonic robots sounds hilarious.

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