I haven't been posting for quite sometime, but it's the time to really study greek, so I'm back to your inspired company.
After giving it a lot of thought, I will be focusing of NT greek. Most of my sources are attic, from school. However the hellenistic and byzantine world always inspired me a lot. So I will be using a couple of manuals I found here, my New Testament, and many byzantine texts I have from religious books. As you may know, the Greek Orthodox Church still uses them, so there is easy access not only as texts, but also as a language one can hear. I understand, know and accept all the issues of pronunciation, but I will be using the modern one.
I have been studying other languages as well, however this is a special case, so I don't expect to use the same techniques exactly. I do however want to progress fast, as there is no excuse for me not to immerse fully in the language.
It is amazing to find people from all over the world I can communicate with in the ancient language, and I admire you all a lot for doing this. It can't be easy. Also, this forum is a lot of fun, because there is joy in learning, as well as knowledge. The perfect combination!
Πολλ' οίδ' ἀλώπηξ, ἐχῖνος δέ έν, μέγα.