Hi Ms. Mulder! As always, great to hear from you. Yes, I did end up talking to Jackson: twice, in fact. However, we concluded that we don’t really have anything to help each other with right now. He’s focusing on the editing, and I’m focusing more on the soundtrack so our films are going in two slightly different directions. We bounced some plot ideas off of each other though, which was fun and helpful. If the need arises, we’re able to come to the other’s aid, but it looks like for now we’re both doing okay.
Excellent video. This is very educational. Thank you. Very useful. I agree with learning how to pronounce first. It is most useful to learn how to speak a second language first before writing it.
You have the best mentor ever. Make sure you send him the links to your posts! He is so generous with his time and shows you what you can do, leading by example. What better way than a peer showing you what is possible rather than adults telling you…
That was one book I was looking in for more information. And when talking to my mentor, I noticed that we both had similar tastes in movies, and we found a common movie that we both enjoyed and could chat about for a bit which was “Inception”.
Thanks, James. Sounds like you are on the right track and are enjoying every moment of learning. Your strategies are practical and will you progress.
Post some photos of your pieces. You are right. You are a beginner and is a very advanced expert.
How far along are you with your choreography of your dance? Are you far enough along to post a draft video?
Car maintenance for dummies? Great idea to gain some book knowledge before your next session. It is also important to get to know something about each other that is not related to your project What else do you have in common?
Hey Waleed! Nice job on your video! You’re actually progressing very fast! Just a tip on tone. Your second(/) and third(v) are pronounced a little too similar. Here are some tricks that I was taught in first grade: the tone of (-) is like thinking (ex. um…) or waiting to be fed (ex. ahhhhh). The tone of (/) is like asking a question (ex. what? huh?) The tone of (v) doesn’t really exist in the english language, so I don’t really know how to explain it.The tone of () is like gasping (ex. wow! no!)
I hope that helps! If you have any questions, feel free to ask me as well!
Thank you for sharing your soundclouds. These helpful to track your progress. Sounds like you are finding creative ways to enjoy as much music as possible in your life. Did you work out anything with Jackson in terms of the movie making part of it?