At the conclusion of the Noon Mass yesterday, at a parish not my own, the priest took the opportunity to talk a little about the new Missal translation that begins two Sundays from now. I was disappointed in his remarks. He said if the laity thought it was going to be difficult, imagine what it's like for the priests. He went on to say how most of the changes were good and then quickly corrected himself and said they were all good, then added "I guess."
Next, he told the congregation it was going to be difficult to learn the changes and it would be a year before everyone was comfortable with them.
If you only go to Mass once a week, it might take you a year, so I think he missed an opportunity. He should have encouraged people to get all the practice they can with the new translation by going to Mass as frequently as they could.
In my parish, our pastor has been using the Ordinary Form for the past month or so to introduce a different part of the translation and allowing the faithful to practice it, such as the Sanctus and the Gloria. I have no idea what they've been doing in the parish I was at yesterday because I don't go there on Sundays but my guess is that you're on your own. No wonder the priest thinks it's going to be such a struggle.