Homework

Once you've completed a lesson, one of the best ways to refine your understanding of that material is to help others by critiquing their work. After having done thousands of critiques and having improved immensely over the last few years, I can attest to that myself.

  • Lesson 5: Applying Construction to Animals

    VirenDidNothingWrong

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    Anna27

    2:24 PM, Monday January 30th 2023
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    Himanknyx

    12:58 PM, Wednesday January 18th 2023
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    kittensmittens

    12:41 AM, Thursday January 5th 2023
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    umbr_ursa

    5:35 PM, Friday December 23rd 2022
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    Gabitzu

    8:39 AM, Saturday December 10th 2022
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    0rtus

    11:34 AM, Wednesday December 7th 2022
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    Catyoga

    2:17 AM, Monday December 5th 2022
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    cuckyoin

    10:59 PM, Saturday November 26th 2022
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    Hopperhope

    10:46 PM, Thursday November 17th 2022
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    boblybob

    1:33 PM, Monday November 14th 2022
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    GytisB

    5:28 PM, Wednesday November 9th 2022
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    izaku777

    11:49 AM, Saturday October 29th 2022
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    JackC

    2:03 AM, Monday October 24th 2022
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    Hazem3500

    5:37 PM, Friday October 21st 2022
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