Sunday, June 16—Father's Day, Bloomsday, and my first Sunday off from the Summer Latin Institute.
There is an optional 2-hour review session at the Graduate Center this afternoon for students who want additional support in advance of tomorrow's first weekly exam. And of course all faculty remain on 24-hour phone call for questions from all students.
I did get to go for my run yesterday, and Jason and I went on a thrift run (donating some of our clutter to Housing Works), in connection with which we had a great little meatball hero at some meatball place, of which I do not remember the name, on Fifth Avenue in Park Slope, and some yummy ice cream an Van Leeuwen on Bergen Street in...I dunno...Cobble Hill? The rest of the day consisted of a lot of laundry, napping, some 46-year old reruns of Dark Shadows on Netflix, and a nice little dinner that Jason cooked.
I spoke by phone with one of my students who was reviewing his Moreland and Fleischer from the very beginning. We reviewed some morphology and translation drills. Later last night we spoke again about a verb synopsis of a first-conjugation verb. He's on his way to the optional review now, and I expect we will be speak again later today.
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