I know I shouldn't have posted this as "a new topic" simply because it is actually not a new one. But I've messed up with the log-in system, so I put my messages here which are related to my previous topic.
detailed = containing many details (particulars)
notes = notation, writing
antique = very old (Some teachers/professors lecture using the same notes they used 20 years ago! Now those are very old notes!)
Actually, that's what I also thought at first.
But the problem is, why in the sentence "detailed, antique notes" are only for "lectures in the lecture hall", not for those on vidotape or audiotape.
I would like your comments on this point.
And let me thank you in advance here because I'm not sure I will be able to solve my "log-in-problem" that I have now.
Re: To Casiopea
The lecturer is delivering (reading aloud) from her/his notes while s/he is being recorded on video/audio. The notes s/he is reading from might be "detailed, antique" or even antiquated.
Originally Posted by Taka.A
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