1. Daily Chinese Audio Flashcards
2. Conversation practice with native speakers over Skype
3. Light grammar study when you feel like it
It’s been said that 80% of your results come from 20% of the things you do. Balancing many different tasks is draining and quickly becomes overwhelming. It’s better to focus on just 1 or 2 efficient things and do them consistently.
Having such a simple plan means that it’s easy to follow.
Knowing exactly what you need to do each day will keep you motivated and reduce procrastination.
Learning Chinese will become a daily habit.
Conversation practice with native speakers should be fun.
Grammar often becomes interesting and relevant when used to answer your questions.