annis wrote:Pete! You of all people here should use my first name!
Oops, sorry. I guess I remembered that someone else has a login name of 'William' here and I suppose my brain differentiated you and him and this was the side effect. I'll knock it off. :)
annis wrote:And yes, please, email me the corrections.
Ok, when I have enough energy to sit infront of the computer for a long time, I'll send it to you. I found out I have a nasty case of bronchitis with a 3+ day fever, so I feel that I ran two miles even while sitting completely still.
Resperatory infections suck!
I can't even work on homeric greek while sick at home because speaking it for learning purposes requires too much energy.
Though, on a different topic, I'm going to make a BUNCH of practice excersizes to be done just before lesson 13 because between all of the new vocabulary (especially which gender and declension they belong to) and the special forms of [face=spionic]o(, h(, to/
[/face] along with different verbs in the imperfect, I feel that a more thorough review has to happen.
I know you don't necessarily like that type of thing, but I think the vocabulary and grammar rules are rich enough at this point to make the work genuinely interesting and valid. Maybe I'll throw in some accenting excersizes too.