The vocabs are (were) meant to aim to those attending bootcamp in the first place as there are things taught you use more or less on a daily basis, like numbers, days of the week, months, the things like “go straight, then left and we meet behind the shop” or “we’ll go to the beach making some pictures” (you literally do this aswell, attending the bootcamp but not to make any spoilers, those are not pictures majority think about so I didn’t leak any info out. ).
However as these things you could very well use on the daily basis talking to people in Welsh it’s useful learning material and exercise (if you know them already) for anyone already finished Level or Course 1.
Oh, and for the revision of vocabulary and structures the repeating of the last challenge of every Level or Course is the best thing as you get everything stuffed into those last lessons what you’ve learnt throught the whole particular Levels or Courses.
I don’t read the forum in such details anymore so it could be I’ve missed this one somewhere. The last info I’ve read about the old materials was that the Courses will be gone just as those of Spanish course did because it is determined by many that the new material is better and they learn the language easily. Well those of us who tried (did) both don’t always share the opinion about this though.
What I’d be very interested in though, is what the old learners still can get after finishing all material. It’s pointless to go either to 6-months or 2-years intensive as we already went through the whole set of what was to disposal to us. But since things are developing for new learners in a new levels of learning (again) I guess “oldies” will have to wait for something aimed to us for a while. For that matter new set of languages would be handy to have at hand so @aran could keep us busy here around.
On the sirious meatter, let’s wait and see where this lead us in the future. I’m very curious in deed.