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Attention! Classes begin tomorrow. Please read!

It’s Labor day here in the United States.  We celebrate by not working.  Heh.

I don’t celebrate Federal holidays.  Federal holidays are great days to catch up.

Today, I will be catching up.  If you are waiting for an email from me, you should get a response today.

And, now… the point.

If you are enrolled in one of my classes, classes begin tomorrow.

I really need you to listen closely.  If you have not done so already, go register for the live class you joined.  Do this today.

When you first joined, you should have received a PDF file with instructions.  In the instructions, you were told to register using the links to the live classes.  Those links are contained in the file. Register for any class you like.

Yes… you can join any class I teach.  Remember, I only charge per family.

A subscription grants access to every live class I teach. It also grants access to every previous class on my site.

I have at least one student who has joined every class I teach.  I guess she likes my voice.

If you remain confused, I will be hosting another free orientation class tomorrow night.  To join, simply click here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6416932763790514946

As much as I hate to say this, if you did not receive the file containing the links to class, email me at dwane@visuallatin.com.  After verifying your account, I will get the links to you.

You should get a response from me today.  It’s Labor Day.  I will be here working all day.

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Have a Happy Labor Day, everyone.
Dwane

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A notice from the National Latin Examiners

Salvete, omnes!

We wanted to remind you about the postmark deadline for applying for the 2018 National Latin Exam.  The application will be available on our website, listed below, starting in September.  Applications will be mailed to all who participated in the 2017 exam by early September.  The application will also be included in the fall newsletter.  The postmark deadline for applying (or the deadline for applying online) is January 20, 2018.

If you wish to opt out of receiving these e-mail blasts from the NLE office, please let us know, and we will remove you from the email blast listing.

 

Thank you so much!

Janine Kuty

Office Manager

National Latin Exam

Phone: 888-378-7721

Fax: 540-654-1567

E-mail: nle@umw.edu

Website: www.nle.org

 

Email her with questions.  Not me.  🙂 

When do classes begin?

Here is the schedule of classes for 2017 – 2018 (subject to change, of course):

Tuesday classes will begin on September 5, 2017, and will end on May 29, 2018.

Wednesday classes will begin on September 6, 2017, and will end on May 30, 2018.  (Classes during the month of May could be pre-recorded classes as I may be heading back overseas to study Greek.)

There will be no classes during the fourth week of November, November 19 – 25.

There will be no classes during the last two weeks of December, December 17 – 30.

There will be no classes during the fourth week of March, March 18 – 24.

If there are other schedule changes, they will be announced during class.

There is a chance that classes will be recorded classes only during the month of May as I am likely moving back to Greece to master my favorite language.

To view the classes I am offering this year, go here:

Schedule

 

 

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So far we have worked through Lesson 6. I cannot tell you thank you enough! Today she was on Google translate to hear the pronunciation so she could not only translate it but speak it! And she did it well and translated her sentences perfectly. She has never liked Latin one tiny little bit. She hated it last year. It was absolutely awful. I sure wish I had known about you last year. 

I don’t know how you do it, but thank you so much. I can’t thank you enough!!!

– Monica

She’s not the only one who feels this way.  Here is what others are saying about Visual Latin and my live classes: Kudos