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Fonts

Sorry to ask this question again but I am having trouble with seeing greek properly in IE. Now, I have read the forum back for the last 2 years and have seen that there was some change where people tried to go to SPIonic but somehow that didn't really work out it seems. I can't see SPIonic when there are tags in the post like is covered repeatedly before. I have downloaded SPionic, I have ...
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The Syntax and Semantics of the Verb in Classical Greek

Hi.

Just so everyone knows, Rijksbaron's The Syntax and Semantics of the Verb in Classical Greek: An Introduction, 3rd edition, is available for pre-order on Amazon. The price---$13.60---is very reasonable.

I also pre-ordered Eleanor Dickey's Ancient Greek Scholarship: A Guide to Finding, Reading, and Understanding Scholia, Commentaries, Lexica, and Grammatical Treatises: From Their Beginnings... I can't wait for this one to arrive!
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Hansen and Quinn "Greek an intensive course" answe

Does anyone know if there is some sort of an answer key to the Hansen and Quinn book? Or at least a partial answer key? There are a lot of good exercises in this book but without a key I don't know if im correct in my answers.

thanks,
Dimitri
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Pronounciation of Certain Consonants, Vowels, and Dipthongs

I have just started to learn greek and was wondering about the pronounciations of some letters. First, I will ask about vowels. The textbook I am using distinguishes between short and long vowels, but it does not say how those vowels are pronounced. For example. it distinguishes how a short α versus a long α would be notated, but not how each would be pronounced. I need some help with most all of the vowels ...
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Learning greek verbs while using the Athenaze book for class

I am presently taking a class in Ancient Greek that uses the Athenaze book. I am finding that the verbs that are listed at the beginning of each chapter are in the first person singular. What is the proper way to study these verbs as I run into them? To study the principal parts? or to be able to conjugate the verb in all 3 voices and all the tenses? or learn both! I want ...
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a question about blend

Here the word "ple/ousi" come from the book READING GREEK,in row 10 page 9.

Why it isn't necessary to bend the termination like plwsi,according to the principle--e+ou=w

anybody can help? remercie par avance
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English to Greek

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translation

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Learning with Thrasymachus

Salvete! (is it xairete in Greek?)

I'm introducing myself as a new student of Greek. Yesterday I received my copy of "Thrasymachus" by Peckett and Munday after waiting for months to get it. The method is somewhat like Lingua Latina, that is, you learn by reading rather than by analizing. Sadly, everything else is pretty much like a traditional English-Greek textbook. Someone should really translate Lingua Latina into Greek. Also, this ancient language is a ...
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