(I split the above post into two because it was quite long.)
There's nothing for Sumerian because I'm ahead of the study group and so have already finished this week's assignment. The Old English and Coptic groups are going with biweekly assignments, which is nice in some ways. However, it also means I will have to figure out my own pacing to split up 23 pages (in total) across 2 weeks. For Indonesian, the book we are using is a monolingual one, so it might require more work on my part as opposed to just reading some pages or even reading some pages and writing out some vocabulary in my notebook. The book does seem pretty simple, but I will need to probably look up almost every single word - at least for the explanations. The second goal for Indonesian - to write out the new vocab - is a given and in some ways doesn't need to be added. For example, when I go through each lesson for Tamil, I write out any new vocab or grammar points in my notebook. I will do the same for Swedish, as well as for Coptic and Old English - although I suspect for these two languages, it will mostly be alphabet and/or phonology stuff. But I still feel more comfortable including it as a second goal for Indonesian. For Swedish, I haven't really heard back from either Vijay or Antea (who both expressed interest in resurrecting the group with me) about the pacing they want to take. So I am creating my own pacing of breaking each chapter (which consist of 12+ pages) into smaller sections. I have also decided not to start anything with Tagalog for this week, though I will try to take a look at the resource we'll be using. The same goes for Turkish; I need to pick a resource since I'll be working on my own because those who are in the Turkish Study Group are ahead of me. Of course, I will be able to post my progress and ask questions and such. But I'm leaving the picking of a resource until perhaps next week.
Finally, this is a lot I have planned for this week! So I am prioritizing across 4 (or possibly 5) tiers. My top tier will be Tamil, French and Spanish. My second tier will be Sumerian and Japanese. My third tier will be Coptic and Old English. My fourth tier will be Indonesian and Swedish. And I might make Tagalog and Turkish a fifth tier, or add them to the fourth tier. My focus will be firstly to my top tier, then my second tier, etc.
)Brackets indicate no active study