Hehe. Yo he sabido español en tiempo futuro. (I know how to speak Spanish in future tense.) Basically you have to learn the verb tenses and then you pretty much understand the language, but if I wanted to become fluent I’d have to somehow overcome my listening and speaking issues and pick up a lot more vocabulary, heh. I’m still suffering from “what was that word again?” syndrome. (¿Cuál es este palabra otra vez? Estoy confundido.)
Mostly, though, I’m burned out on language learning. I need a break. And Duolingo doesn’t work for me that much, which kinda poured cold water on my ridiculous idea to learn Greek and Hebrew. I haven’t quite given up yet, but I need a different method, like an online course or something.
Anyway, for now it is back to writingville and I have some web design-y things I’m working on but the most important thing is probably getting Ratgur out of Lucky’s basement, since he has been there far too long. Probably.