Well, people - that was meant to say "saying and doing are not the same..." It looks dodgy to say the least but "si linguae exercitae sunt, intelligentur bene"...I think (I couldn't say spoken, you know why) Correct as you see fit.
Many people say "I'm going to learn this language and do this language" but in my experience it goes on for a while then the flame extinguished.
It comes at a time when I feel tired but can not give up. It is harder than first thought, especially when the zeal is overshadowed by pure fatigue and school does not include latin - so everything has to be picked out, reviewed, done by me and by my methods. It is very fun but I receive bad feelings when I do no latin in 5 days (like this week) and have insane amounts of coursework.
Then it does not help for example, when I talk to college-educated kids who take half the subjects that I take, latin at the very least 1 hour per night and they come out with random vocabulary unbeknown to me.
Anyhow, I would like to know...after thousands of downloads, how many people have actually stuck with it and completed Latin for Beginners?
Or perhaps Wheelock on your own? Or some course...an aliquod curriculum...