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Question concerning trecho.

Is the 3rd person singular imperfect indicative active of 'trecho' (I run)
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I bought Oxford Grammar of Classical Greek

and I don't know if it was a wise move. It was a completely spontaneous action, since I have been learning Latin and had given some thought to teaching myself Greek as well. I happened to be at a book store, and I happened to be by the language section, and Morwood's book happened to catch my eye being that it was the only book on Greek there, and so I bough it.

The intro ...
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Hi-Hope this isn't an off-topic subject: does anybody know how the Greek "Rhapsodes" differed from the poets? Were they just reciters/singers or did they compose some of their stuff (that would make them poets wouldn't it?) I am very interested in the Greek Lyric era & in Homer, so that is why I'm interested. Did the rhapsodes recite Homer mostly (or entirely) since he was the #1 author, or did they recite other poets' work ...
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Learning greek and latin with Homer


I'm currently teaching Latin and Greek in a secondary school (kids aged 11-16).
I decided to use Pharr's book for the Greek side. I had the kids buy the 8 first books of Iliad in a Greek/French edition (whole work exists in 3 books). Yet, i am to teach them some latin too, and i'd rather use the same work than take another one completely different from Iliad (i thought i could use Virgil's ...
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Fluent Speakers?

Hi, my father and I are debating a particular phrase that would be something an American would say, but still able to be translated into a few different ancient greek dialects. I was wondering if there are any fluent speakers, of a particular dialect. Thankyou for any and all help! :)
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Greek phonetics

Has anyone the faintest idea of how someone should approach the self-study of greek/latin phonetics? I have good books with loads of information, and I'm quite motivated to learn those zillion little rules of how sounds evolved. But is it just that to it, memorizing rules? and should you memorize all of them, most of them or just the most important?
How should I start? It seems so exciting to have power over mutations, ablauts ...
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Yes, it is Notepad not Wordpad. Can I save Notepad?

Yes, it appears it is Notepad, not Wordpad. Can I save Notepad?
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I'm inquiring to know if such a program exsists. It would make life wonderfully easy if so.
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Saving Greek Unicode font on Word Pad

To All--
I and several other friends are members of a Greek study group that meets online once a week by means of Yahoo Messenger. Now, when all of us downloads a Unicode font, we can easily see the Greek while in conference. A problem comes up later, though, when we try to save the chat. The MS Word Pad saves the chat to my MY DOCUMENTS file (or Window), and it doesn't allow me ...
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Vox Graeca

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