Ok, the game plan for the rest of 2014, and for 2015:
Continue with and (God willing) complete Assimil French. I hope to be around half way by the end of December. My plan is to stick as close to one lesson a day as possible (so, no change there), but if needed I'll take breaks. I'm not finding too hard at the moment to stick to one lesson daily, but then again, I thought that before. Anyway, breaks aren't a bad thing, I just have to be careful not to let them go too long.
I will say this much, my reading skill with French continues to improve!
that's the most important skill for me right now. I don't plan on needing to speak French anytime soon, but I wouldn't pass it up if the opportunity did arise. That being said, I do want to work on my speaking and listening comprehension. I'm thinking every 7 lessons I'll take a break from doing a new lessons, and I'll review the past few lessons with a focus on listening comprehension and getting some good speaking practice (I'll sync this up with the review lessons). I also have two books on French pronunciation (not that I find it terribly difficult, but a little extra practice never hurts), so I'll use those then as well.
For my Biblical languages, I'll keep the same pace. One every other week for a full week. I'll also alternate one week on a lesson in the textbook, and the next week I'll read some text. So it'll look something like this:
Week 1: Greek - textbook lesson
Week 2: Hebrew - textbook lesson
Week 3: Greek - Reading (John 4:1-15)*
Week 4: Hebrew - Reading (1 Kings 18:17-24)
Those are just examples of course, the exact length of the readings and where they come from are TBA. (Well actually, I'll stick with the ones I've already started, but the length will still vary)
I think this is a good plan, that way it keeps things interesting. It also allows me to finish my textbooks for Greek and Hebrew.
As I am anticipating finishing my French textbook, and thus taking a break from active study. So, I will most likely be starting a new language as well. I haven't quite decided yet, but German, Polish, Irish, and Japanese are the lucky candidates. But I have at least two more months (probably closer to three) before I have to decide. And even then it's not like I have to start one right away after taking a break from French.
There is also the off chance that I feel I've gotten a good deal done with Hebrew and/or Greek and would feel ready to tackle another ancient/classical language. Latin and Classical Arabic are my choices there. (I'm considering Aramaic an off shoot of Hebrew, which I'll get too in good time.)
More to come.
EDIT: Shit, I totally for got to talk about Cayuga. Whoops.
I've decided that it's time to put up or shut up in regards to the NAIL subforum. So it's Cayuga or bust!
I'll incorporate Cayuga into my TAC for next year, somehow. Probably doing about a lesson a week or something like that. I haven't figured out all the details, but I'm not starting it for a month or two.
þūhte mē þæt ic gesāwe syllicre trēow on lyft lædan lēohte bewunden bēama beorhtost.