As you have noticed this blog has been very quiet lately! The reason for this is that since September I have been learning Lithuanian at the university. I have been using some of my spare time to practise by blogging/posting in the language on Journey into Lithuanian. The course lasted a semester (14 weeks) and in January 2013 there will be the end of course exam.
Then, once that hurdle has been jumped I will jump back into my study of Estonian, which I am looking forward to in earnest. I have been itching* to attack the materials I have gathered over the last while, including some sample exam papers and tasks. Why? Well, I am going to sit the Estonian language B1 state exam in February 2013. I have been talking about sitting the exam for a while but I actually signed up the other week (eventually I would like to be comfortable enough in Estonian to sit the B2 exam, maybe also in 2013).
Don't expect any any new posts here until February, until after I finish the Lithuanian exam and get back into Estonian. In the meantime I want to focus on my Lithuanian to see how good a grade I can get!
Häid jõulupühi ja head uut aastat!
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
* That's not to say that Lithuanian hasn't been very interesting! It has! Manau, kad lietuvių kalba yra graži ir įdomi kalba. Man labai patinka mokytis jos. (Arvan, et leedu keel on ilus ja huvitav keel. Mulle meeldib väga seda keelt õppida. / I think that Lithuanian is a beautiful and interesting language. I really like learning it.)