Each weekday, on my site, I upload four new videos. Two for Latin. One for Spanish and one for French.
I also try to load one new test a week for each course. Writing tests is a time consuming, tedious process. It also tends to be pretty boring.
To change things up a bit, I usually write tests a various coffee shops around town. The change of scenery cuts down on the boredom.
When I go to Panera to type, I don’t pay for coffee. At least not for the next three months. These days, Panera is offering a $9 coffee subscription. And, the first three months are free!
So, there you go. Free coffee.
By the way, I am offering a new class on my site.
It is an online Bible class.
Okay. It’s not really a class.
I try to read through the New Testament yearly in either Latin, Greek, Spanish, French, or German.
Now, I am inviting you to join me. We will meet for a half-hour, or so on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.
On Wednesdays, I am already teaching a class in Nashville and can’t be online at that time.
Just to be clear, this is not a class where I “teach” the Bible. This is a class where students and I simply read through the New Testament together in multiple languages.
The primary language will be Latin. But, we will compare translations in Spanish, French, German, and Greek.
There is no pre-requisite for this ‘class’. Any member of my site is welcome to join.
Also… there will be no testing for this ‘class’. Just to be clear, I will be writing no tests for this ‘class’. Feel free to come to learn. Just don’t come for a grade.
To sign up, just go here: