I plan to make a free downloads page somewhere on the site, and to kick it off, I thought I’d post up Evan’s “Universal Speed Curriculum”, a conversational curriculum composed of English questions and answers, between two people.
So, how do you use the “USC”? Essentially, you’ll recognize in it the base conversation occurring in all the “Where Are Your Keys?” game videos, just without the marked techniques. So on the one hand, you can use it to bolster your understanding of what happens in the game (and we plan to make further videos to “chunk it down” too), and on the other hand, you can pick the language that interests you, and simply “write-in” the translations of each sentence.
This Universal Curriculum works in any language; it embodies the most basic conversation you can have. For now, I’ll let you discover on your own how it translates into other languages (no two languages quite have the same concepts, no matter how simple), but I’ll also happily answer questions.
So there you have it: the Universal Speed Curriculum! Use it well!