Qadir, nice job on Greensleeves, I thought your tempo was pretty steady and well played. On the scale, I'm thinking you might want to hold the left hand fingers prepared to play over the frets particularly when descending.
Yes, I'm still on the forum, sorry I haven't given feedback until now - I hope to post my stuff tomorrow or maybe Sunday. I was out of town last week and then got sick - that's my excuse. Plus I overdid some guitar practice on other stuff and started to feel pain in my left wrist - I gave myself a few days off but after band practice today (electric guitar) it started to come back, so I'm being kind of careful.
On the "rolling" the chords using pima vs. a controlled strum, I admit I have trouble ending the strum correctly and also doing it in tempo. However, I feel this is a very valuable technique, one you see the pros use all the time, so I'm going to keep working on it. I saw a youtube video of Julian Bream teaching a master class where he emphasized how the timing and clarity of the notes within a strummed chord were also important. I.e. you don't just quickly and carelessly strum and end on the top note (he demonstrated this wrong way several times), but you basically do a fast arpeggio with the thumb. This is even harder to do, but it sounded great when he played that way.
My favorite piece of this lesson is the Paganini.
Guitarras: 1973 Manouk Papazian (Spruce/Morado), two I have built, and an old Telesforo Julve parlor size