I did some dictation questions from my level 3 exam book. I got most of the answers right. The main issue was getting the accents in the right places and the right way round. I also wrote out some verb conjugation tables.
I continued with the reading passage questions from my exam textbook. I got most of the answers right. Then I practiced writing out the conjugation table for the verb “avoir” from memory and did a unit from my pronoun textbook.
I did some reading comprehension practice questions today. I had to read a passage and then answer six questions written in Japanese. They were just true/false questions and I found it all quite easy. I got full marks on all the passages I tried. I also wrote out some conjugation tables from memory and did a unit from my pronoun textbook.
I did practice questions from one of my level 3 textbooks. There were a list of words and I had to put them into the correct sentences. I got them all right. Some of this exam’s questions are really easy, and some are really tough. I also wrote out some verb conjugation charts from memory.
I did some conversation questions from a level 3 test textbook. I got most of the questions right, so I was quite pleased. I also did some verb conjugations, writing out tables from memory.
I did some test questions in which I had to arrange sentences in the correct order. I failed miserably. I got about 2 out of 10. It proves that I don’t have the grammar patterns learnt yet. Despite studying from grammar books…oh well, more study required!
I did a set of exam questions on prepositions. I didn’t do too badly.
I practised some verb conjugations and did a unit on pronouns from a level 3 textbook.
I did nothing today. I found it hard to get motivated. I think I just need a break. Back on it tomorrow.
I spent a long time studying Chinese, so I didn’t have much time to study French. I just did a few lessons on Duolingo.