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JEFF could you bring back the alpha button

JEFF could you bring back the alpha button?

I picked up this old thread and It would be nice to have it back again

http://www.textkit.com/greek-latin-foru ... .php?t=344

or was it not as useful as anticipated?
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Out of curiosity.... Is there any documentation with examples concerning swearing in the various dialects of greek?
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Let noone make any answer to this judge.

mhdei\s a)pokrine/sqw mhde\n toutw|~ ge tw|~ krith|~

I don't quite understand the use of 'ge'. Why is 'ge' in there? what does this signify?
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Wanted: A Textkit Homeric Greek Vocbulary tool

I noted that Latin has a few vocabulary tools. whether those that have and do use them benifit by them to me is unknown. Howeer, I would like to see a vocabulary tool for Homeric Greek.

the most I have been doing so far is writing the vacabularies out on index cards and flashing myself. I may get the stem but when I see the same word in a different Declension or a verb conjugated ...
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Third Declension Nouns!!!

Hi all,
I am a first year Greek student, and I was wandering if any had any good resources to help with Third declension nouns? (Koine Greek)
Also, resources for the Greek adjectives would be helpful as well. I have done a decnt job so far, but the adjectives hurt.
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Something Useful

You know about those dictionaries where they have those marks for where each letter of the alphabet starts to speed up word searches? I wished my Greek lexicons had that feature, so I inserted my own markers into my lexicons to speed up searches. For the letters which have an overwhelming number of words in them (alpha, epsilon, etc.) I subdivided them with more markers (alpha-alpha, alpha-mu, alpha-pi) so I could find words more quickly ...
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Harry potter ok but what else

Ok good for Harry Potter
as I learn I'll probaly get that translation, however is there any other works like Tennyson, Poe...in poetics or great oratory speaches like M.L.King, Roosevelt and churchill, or prose like Robinson Caruseo, or even the expedition of Lewis and clark?
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verb form question

When dissecting a verb form, is this the most pieces it can have?


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I have just recently begun studying Attic Greek and do not fully understand the accentuation system. The question I have concerns the reasons why the acute can only be on the antepenultimate syllable if the ultima is short. Does every word in Greek follow the rule that only one mora can follow contonation? I have not been able to find a site which thoroughly explains the logic and reasoning behind the rules of contonation and ...
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Pindar and Nemea 1

I am working on Pindar's Nemean 1. I was just wondering if anyone would know anything about the meter of the poem. I need the schema for it (the strope and epode.) Although I think I can figure out the meter for myself, I just need to double-check it. Any help would be appreciated!

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