Hey @henddraig! It's 0:45 here and I was aimed to go to bed, but I just had to stop here, allerted to one mighty draig needs a bit of warm encouragement so here I am.
PAID!!! poeni, really. OK?
It's what @aran says. I was determined to beat myself to the last (mind) bone with the pure fact (false though) that I'm literally unable to learn the language. I claimed the same - that I don't improove at all, that I don't remember anything at all ...Better you don't know how my measuring looked like. I've made the whole scientific/calculating process out of measuring my progress, making an Excel sheet which would (inserting particular letter for false or right answer) calculate my percentage automatically ... And for the top of the iceberg, I didn't recognize partly right/wrong answer. It was all black and white - or said was right or wrong, there was no middle point .. Oh, boy ... Apart from learning some bits of Excel I maybe wasn't too familiar yet, the measuring (very accurate measuring) was more or less too pointless, making me more frustrated but it had that good side effect of knowing I'm improoving.
You don't need to do something like this. You don't need to feel frustrated. What you really need is making a lesson a day (according to your plan) and some speaking to other Welsh speakers/learners and you'll be just fine.
Tenses? I know exactly why you're mixing them. Because I do that too. You'd never mix tenses so much in real life speach than you'd always do that in a lessons. In the lessons you pay attention to which tense is the sentence/structue said in and when the Engllish bit is finished you all of a sudden find yourself not knowing which tense was used at all, especially if there is mix of two sentences each in slightly different (tense) form. I mix tenses very often in the conersation even now especially when it is the case of past tense.
As much as I could hear you speaking, you're doing just fine. I hope I see you in next group chat again.
So C 17 today, right! Can you do it? - YES YOU CAN!
A friend who'd like to cheer you up!
@aran Thank you for your kind words here and endless thank you for your time to chat with me in the past and much, much more.