I enjoyed the program very much for three reasons:
- A good friend was mentoring me.
- I had an assistant who was fantastic, a better teacher than myself, but since she was the student, I was the head teacher.
- The program is excellent.
One was an envelope and the second a wedding invitation. We had to train ourselves to "think out of the box" and stop trying to figure out the words, just the general message. It wasn't that hard. There are internationally accepted customs of where you write the "to" and "from" on an envelope. And a classic wedding invitation is also pretty easy to pick out the names of the bride, groom, parents, the date, time etc without being able to read anything.
Why this post? Well, I'm on Twoozer, the Jewish Twitter, and I'm having trouble with the bilingual log-in. All the Hebrew appears gibberish. I have to "guess" where my username and password go when I sign in, just like that Successo lesson.