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If you have an interest in reading Pāḷi by yourself (for the ritual chanting, or for enjoyment of autonomously…
December 3rd, 2017
If you have an interest in reading Pāḷi by yourself (for the ritual chanting, or for enjoyment of autonomously checking translations when they sound weird, or for the ability to access whatever is not translated yet —e.g. most commentaries, and sub-commentaries— or out of curiosity in another way of thinking and discoursing, and/or in the history of Buddhism, etc.),

if you're free for an intensive course, over the period 2nd January–20 January 2018, and I mean "intensive" as in 9am–1.30pm every day (live, UK time) except Sunday + 1–3 hours of homework every day (and if you plan to skip this or be 'flexible' / lazy about it, forget the course, b/c you won't get much learning done)…

if you have the means ( £750 / £790, except for monastics with 50% off)…

this is the best course (online) you can start Pāḷi with: you are indeed able to read Pāḷi (slowly and with dictionary) at the end of it.