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Greek vocab email

Is there no Greek vocabulary email function? I only see latin.

If there isn't, what would be involved in creating one? (I would be happy to help if that is the only hold up).

Thanks,
Julian
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Digamma--where?

Okay, the only place where I have ever seen a digamma is in the grammar books! I can't find it in Homer, not in Hesiod, inscriptions, anywhere!!

Can somebody please point me to a digamma in a real piece of literature, inscription, a picture, etc.?

Seeing is believing, and I'd really like to see one for myself.

Thanks.
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Greek Fonts

Hi Everyone,

I'm sorry this is taking me so long to get the fonts display resolved. I upgraded the forum right before the holiday and I have not had time to get back to it. It's the weekend in a few hours so I'll be working on the matter tonight.

Again, I'm very sorry.

Jeff
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korax

Κόραξ κόρακος οφθαλμό ουδέν απολύει

I find there's something wrong with the above sentence.
First I miss 'tou' between korax and korakos, also the article 'o' before korax, and second: ofthalmo, which declention is it? (What's the best translation into english of this idiomatic proverb?)

thank you
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A couple books I found

Hi there, I recently found Abbott & Mansfield's A Primer of Greek Grammar and The Hillard/Botting Elementary Greek Excercises. I was wondering if anyone has had any experiences with these texts? They both seem pretty weighty, and I don't think the primer would be exceptionally useful for self study, but the option exists. I also have a Collins Greek / English <> English / Greek dictionary on hand. Any comments on these two texts would ...
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Declining the indefinite pronouns and adjectives

To Everyone--
My teacher taught us about the interrogative pronouns and adjectives last semester, providing a chart at the time, which declined the interrogative much like we would decline a noun, with Masc and Fem., neuter and singular and plural. However, she is now teaching us indefinite pronouns and adjectives, and although they are very simiular, she has not provided a chart like she did with the interrogatives.
If there is someone here who understands ...
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Using SPIonic

To Everyone--
I have just read the article on using SPIonic on Textkit. However, I'm not sure I understood it all. Do I type the SPIonic on a wordpad, or notepad, or document and then cut and paste it onto the Textkit screen? And when I do that, am I to preface the font with the bracketed code? And, is there another code I use at the end of the font to switch back to ...
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National Greek Exam?

http://nge.aclclassics.org/

I'm an independent learner. I only heard about this recently, but I think it would be a good idea to do this, if I can, if only to gauge my progress.

I'm also this is would be a good idea to take one of these exams for the sake of getting ahead in college. I am definately going to major in theatre, but I want to take some ...
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Perseus "Greek Words in Context"

Be always careful in using it ! Searching for ei)/wqa, "I am used to...", from an almost unused e)/qw, I was given the form e)/qeto, obviously from ti/qhmi. Formally, e)/qeto could be a passive imperfect from e)/qw, but this form is unused.

So be also careful in using the "Greek Morphological Analysis" tool : it would give all the theoretically possible forms, even if these were never used in real Greek.

Nevertheless xai/rete
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Please help me!

It is difficult to translate. Probably, there is pronunciation in polish. What's that mean : "Endeksa linakorda an expekta platinia " Please help!!
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