Yes, after the brisk pace of the lessons and the final rush to the deadline of the exams, I can well imagine that it must feel strange now that the pressure has suddenly disappeared.
There is still a trickle of new members starting on the lessons, so although no new lessons are being posted at present, there will still be students working their way through the existing ones and there is nothing to stop anyone from rejoining a course at any stage, and maybe helping out late-joining students in the process.
New courses at levels 1 to 4 will start up in September. Levels 1 to 3 will be "updated". I'm not sure exactly what that will entail, but my guess is that the existing lessons will be moved to a separate subforum, and lessons will then be posted afresh, one by one, as before, with any necessary updates, so that a new intake of students can work on them with the usual deadlines. Existing students will be able to retake a course at the same level if they wish, or of course go on to the next level.
So you may find it useful between now and September to consolidate what you've learnt so far at level 1 and fill in any gaps, including that valse, with a view to starting on level 2 with the new class in September. If you have filled in all the gaps at level 1 before September, you could then maybe make a start on the existing level 2 while you're waiting. But of course it's entirely your choice, and whatever you feel most comfortable with.
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