April 2019 Language Learning Report

Short post this time as I need to go to work, and I have delayed this post too many days again this month.

This month I logged 2,262 minutes, averaging 75 minutes a day. This means I did not meet my goal, unfortunately. I think the primary cause of this was that I led two sessions for http://northdallas.net/. I put a lot into those, so they tend to suck up a lot of time.

Once again, I spent more time in Greek than in Latin, and my primary Latin input was aural on the commute. My Latin reading was a mixture of LLPSI, Wheelock, and Bellum Gallicum. Sometimes I dislike Caesar because his writing is difficult for me, but this month I enjoyed it more for some reason.

In Greek, I read short selections from 2 Clement, Strabo, Eusebius of Caesarea, Italian Athenaze, Dionysius of Halicarnassus, LXX Isaiah, the first part of book 1 of Xenophon’s Anabasis, all of 1 Corinthians, most of 2 Corinthians, scattered other bits of the New Testament, and all of Lucian’s Judgment of the Goddesses (which is short, so it isn’t that much of a feat).

I have settled on my next reading project. I am working through Steadman’s reader of Xenophon’s Anabasis. I do not expect that I will finish that this month. However, I am hoping to get caught up in my chapters of ὁ ἑταῖρος, as I have made no further progress since I put the first two chapters out.

That is it this time!

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