The title may appear a little bit odd to you....Language bucket list?? How should I understand that? I know there exist something like a bucket list, but a language one? In today's post I will try to answer these questions and show you the outline of mine. Let's start with the title's explanation. Today I was thinking about so-called "Bucket lists". It is a personal list where you can find the things a person wants to do before he/she dies. I thought to myself why not create a separate list for languages. Although, of course, they may be included in a general bucket list.
Here's my list (without levels)
Attention: Some of those languages I already speak, but I want to improve them anyway. I have marked them with asterisk
1. English *
2. French *
3. Portuguese *
This list of mine can get changed of course. I may add or take away some languages. Besides I do not want to learn each and every one at the same level. Possibly, I will only try some of them or will remember some basic, useful expressions.
Do you have your own list?