Perhaps-- But see my rather longish response to one of last night's queries about my experiences in teaching.
Jeffrey F. Huntsman
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From: Old-Irish-L [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Marion Gunn
Sent: Saturday, August 29, 2009 11:16 AM
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Subject: Re: [OLD-IRISH-L] Texts for beginners in Old-Irish
Scríobh Huntsman, Jeffrey F.:
> I used Quinn in class several times but always had complaints from students that, useful as it is in places, it gave a false impression of uniformity in the real texts....
Old-Irish-L is a great vehicle for curing that false impression.
> (BTW, I first encountered OIr in 1967, then taught it for 35t years thereafter, so I've run through quite a variety of materials.)
Then you could be the ideal person to float some simple lessons here, on
the list, so people who have yet to reach the level of more complex
discussions could follow your thread, instead. Would you be on for that?
> Jeffrey F. Huntsman