Cette semaine j'y suis allé à la Nouvelle Calédonie, précisement Nouméa, ville capitâle. C'est un endroit bien colonisé: le cultur Kanaky est plutôt effacé. Oui il y a des boulangéries extraordinaire. Et oui, je parles français, donc un destination facile pour moi. Mais je préfère les îles decolonisé, comme the Cook Islands (ignorez le nom … Continue reading tout est chaos
Demain on part pour Nouméa en la Nouvelle Calédonie. On va parler français, on va manger tout les croissants. Bye
We had our assessment for kete 2 today. Aside from a typical "oh that's what the instructions said" headsmack moment, I did fine. Kete 3 arrived about 10days ago, but I decided to leave it until this kete was wrapped. Time to get cracking!
I have continued to pluck away at my Duolingo and Memrise and Māori Made Easy work. The folks affiliated with Motherfócloir have started giving us Duolingo homework again--which is great, except the homework does not have an aligned lesson about what is being learnt (and assessed). This week's was absolute objects. I could probably figure … Continue reading the liminal
This morning I was listening to podcasts whilst doing my scullery. This week's episode of Motherfócloir opened with a faux Eurovision voting sequence and a brief discussion of the Contest. I was going to fansplain that, in fact, Ireland's most recent victory was in 1996 (rather than 1994). But then Darrach and his ilk wouldn't've … Continue reading gaelige + eurovision = squee
My work in Irish and Māori this week has been a struggle. A sort of winter torpor has set in. There's also some stuff happening work-wise that is not helping me find focus. It's just one of those trudging phases, I guess. It is what it is.
Have been whacking around in Memrise Māori a fair bit this week. Not the best interface and paying for access hasn't improved it. Mostly I'm using it to drill (on a supplementary basis) things like counting. My nemesis. *throwscomputeragainstfireplace* OK, not really...just metaphorically. Am now quite out of the molasses phase of learning Irish and … Continue reading kotahi eejit