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Classics Cross-Post

This is cross-posted to Shameless Spelling. When I first embarked on serious orthographic study, most of what I knew pedagogically ...
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Are You Still Here?

This post is for the folks who still follow me here, at my archival blog, but aren't on Facebook and ...
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New Understandings, New Offers

in 2019, I began offering a LEXinar on Latin Palatals™, the patterns that are ridiculously taught as the morpheme-butchering nonsense ...
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Sixty-Five Weeks

A couple of months ago, one of my longtime clients reached out for help with the Fry List, a commonly-used ...
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The Classics LEXinar™ Series

This fall, I will be launching a new series of LEXinars™ to help folks better understand how Latin, Greek, and ...
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How Not To Ask For Help: An Ode To Offendedness

I just had the following exchange in my LEX Facebook messenger – it's long, and annotated, so buckle up: Stranger: ...
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Where Oh Where?

When people are new to studying with me, they often hear about concepts they're uncertain of, and would like to ...
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That Doesn’t Count!

In her book, Dyslexia & Spelling: Making Sense of it All, businesswoman and linguist wannabe Kelli Sandman-Hurley fails to make sense ...
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Etymology X! Food As a Lingua Franca

It's hard to believe that this year is our 10th Etymology! weekend conference. As much as we'd love to be ...
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What Works?

I've been studying Grimm's Law with a couple of my kiddos lately. It takes more than one session to go ...
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Film Noir

This past summer, the file transfer service that I had long used to share films and recordings from my LEXinars ...
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Where Has the Time Gone?

It's the last quarter of 2021. Time for 2022 calendars. This year, I am offering six different calendar designs to ...
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