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I am currently in Mexico. Does it matter if I learn from content on youtube made by Spaniards vs Mexicans? I assume the accent is a little different and how the sentences are structures but I don't know if it's a big difference or not.
“What is your opinion about studying and/or practicing more than one foreign language at once? I am doing Flow School 3 for French, in preparation for at trip to France at the end of May. I am going to Puerto Rico for 4 days at the end of this month (last few days of January). My Spanish is more advanced than my French—I used to be fluent when I studied abroad in Argentina, but it's been years since then, and I am rusty, so I have been listening to some Spanish language podcasts to brush up on my Spanish. Will this interfere with my study of French for Flow School 3? In the past, when I tried studying French and Spanish simultaneously, I would slip into Spanish when trying to speak French because my Spanish was stronger. How do you personally maintain your fluency in multiple languages without mixing them up?”
Can I use this course if my native language is not English, but I am using the vowel chart, phonology system of my native language when I compare it to my target language's sounds?
This feels like TM. I feel like I am in the same area of the brain as when I am meditating. Transcendental meditation. With TM I only go for 20 minutes a set. Should we set a time frame for this?
I sometime us Audacity to listen to the recordings. It helps me to focus on problem area’s and get each syllable. Is that a good strategy when following your programme?