I've been away for such a long time.
Daily work and not very specially good family care held not only my time but my mind wholesale from taking a little bit of time to visit here.
Well, my status as for Greek study:
I've attended an open session of Plato's "Charmides" held by a "Western Classics Studies Collaboration Course" at Seoul National University, during this winter vacation. It went as far as half of the text. A hard work. I devoted almost the whole time searching dictionary and parsing the sentences. The lecturer was a Philosophy major in his doctorate course. The course included the second book of Athenaze, too. It totalled 45 hours. 15 days, 3 hours a day. I had to skip a few days for the school work, but I kept up with it to the end.
As my school opened in Spring I was snapped out of Greek study back to the harness again. The winter session was a great opportunity to study Greek after the Pharr study group here in textkit, and I miss both of them.
Right now I have to make questions for the final exam of this semester. So, see you sooner or later.