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I did.

We have dropped Latin for the time being, but I expect we'll come back to it.

I found it interesting that my son picks up the vocabulary much faster than I do, but the skills I bring to learning (how to study and make connections) help me remember more long term than he does (especially when we take breaks).


But we each have our own textbook, workbook, and activity book and history reader for level A. When we move on to level B, I don't think I'll get the activity book for me, but I will for him.

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I didn't, but I did chant and practice orally with my kids. I really did retain a very large percentage of the vocabulary going through it together with my oldest two DC. My third and fourth DC are in different places in the A set now, and I'm acing it this time, without reviewing with the kids.


eta: I haven't kept up with my older two as well as I did when they were in LFC. I can hold my own fairly well, but they're faster than me. Thank heavens for thorough answer keys.

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