It’s been a while since I have posted on my site. Because… reasons.
So, I am trying to get back to posting on a more regular schedule.
This is a quick update for those in the Second Year Latin by Robert Henle class.
We have been working our way through the exercises. We probably have about 60 more, or so, to go.
However, If you have been showing up to the live classes, you will notice a change tomorrow.
Last week, a student in California asked if we could switch things up and go back to Caesar’s Gallic Bore, Snore, Chore… ugh, I mean Wars. So, starting tomorrow, we are back to that book for a while. Hopefully only a couple of weeks.
After we finish Caesar’s book, it will be back to the exercises. We should finish the exercises sometime in January and February.
If you’d rather enjoy Latin, then you would likely enjoy the Lingua Latina class I am teaching these days. We are also working our way through Latin exercises in that class, but it is so much different, and so much more fun.
And, in Lingua Latina you never have to translate sentences like:
Suspicatus sum parentes eum interfecisse. I suspected that his parents killed him. (Third Year Latin by Robert Henle; Exercise 36, number 20, page 264)
You can also attend both classes if you are really into Latin.
After all, I only charge per family… not per student, and not per class. A subscription grants access to every live class I teach. It also grants access to all of the previous class on my site.