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Resolved: Anno MMXVIII

‘Tis the season when the bold firmness of our New Year’s resolutions begins to fade before the ever-present temptations of old habits, pressing demands and

Quid sacco meo electronico insit

This is not a written-out version of a model classroom exercise which you can find done by the Quomodo dicitur? trio and others via Tu

MAFLA 2017

I was an attendant of this year’s Massachusetts Foreign Language Association conference held in Springfield, MA. This is my second time attending a MAFLA conference

Taking baby steps into Living Latin

After a little under a decade of of strict, schoolmarm-ish attention to the old-fashioned grammar-translation method of Latin, last year I had my perceptions realigned by