Nice thread fred, I mean jeff
1. Learn to write chinese, by completing the necessary book (the one and only, by Bjorksten).
2. Complete Basic Chinese by Yip Po Ching.
3. Complete Henry Carr Pearson's intermediate
Latin prose composition based on Cicero, having memorised all the new grammar vocabulary etc. I just bought this book from ebay! (Then, with me fluent,
write an explicit latin story set in a bishopric in brittany - l'éveché)
4. Formally do Armenian grammar, script, vocabulary. I speak it anyway but don't write or know the language structure, it's too natural if you like.
5. Learn Italian, with nothing but Hugo Italian in Three Months (what a book!)
6. Find some one to take this stray cat in and give him a place to sit his latin exam! Then gain close to full marks in this exam. Using Supines to shock the examiners. I'd lose marks anyway as they would have to assume that I don't know a subjunctive of purpose, but it would still be nice.
And I suggest you do the same
No, but I sincerely wish you all the best of luck in improving, it's great to have completed something. Arte et labore