Dear fellow Ethiopiophiles!
I've taken up studying Ge'ez little by little on my own to help with some of my grad. reaearch. As some of you might know, there are really very scant resources on this language (unlike Amharic.) I decided recently to start consolidating my notes and putting them onto a blog to share them with anyone else who might be interested in Classical Ethiopic. Some of my notes are based on Lamdin's Introduction to Classical Ethiopic (1978) -- the book relies completely on transliteration and does not use the Ethiopic script, which is an unfortunate limitation to this otherwise excellent resource.
The blog is geared towards people who are familiar with another Semitic language, but I've tried to present the grammar in a simplified, sequential and accessible manner with ample examples. I only have twelve blog entries so far, but I thought I'd share this with you all -- I hope it is helpful to other Ge'ez aficionados out there. I invite your comments, corrections and suggestions!
The blog: http://classicethiopic.blogspot.com/
P.S. For some reason, the Ethiopic script doesn't show up correctly on Macs -- there might be an easy fix, but I haven't figured it out.