This exercise is far far too long - I get distracted and bored and then I start over another day and the same thing happens. It is now my third week of it and I have not passed Point 1.
It needs to be broken up into different lessons! It makes me very annoyed and it is off putting to continue...
This has been flagged up, Patty and we are working on it....
I disagree. This information all belongs together and is better learnt together. If you have spent three weeks trying to get passed point 1, without managing to understand it why do you think you'll manage it if it's split as a separate lesson? If you're getting "distracted and bored" maybe the issue isn't with the lesson...
I agree. I have the same issue. .
I agree with P. The lesson content belongs together and you don't then have to go looking elsewhere for related lessons. Although this makes it a long lesson, you can easily break it up into it's component parts. If you are having trouble sticking with the lesson, then you are probably trying to take on too much at once.
In relation to the rest of the Kwiziq content, it's surprisingly long. A sensible split would be to have a lesson on meilleur and mieux, and then to have mauvais/plus mauvaise/pire as a separate one. I really enjoy cross referencing between separate but related lessons and sometimes set the study plan aside and work through my own selection of related content from the grammar list in order to clarify some of the grammar points in my head. I really enjoy the freedom to work through the material in these different ways and revisit related content!
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