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questions on syntax

greetings!

1 thus far in the presented exercises the parts of speech are equally distributed into the two sides of the verb (the evil ble of the goddess verb the good blen to the dear blei) should i stick to it? no? how free is the syntax?

2 should two adjectives modifying a noun allways be separated by conj kai eg:
the godess destroys many wicked souls: "θεα ολεκει πολλας και κακας ψυχας" or "θεα ...
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lesson 3 - a tense problem

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Sample of Homeric singing

I found this site which I'd like to share. It belongs to, I believe, the Austrian Academy of Sciences. they have basic information on history of homeric bards and their performance as well as mp3 recording of the recreation of "demodokos" (performance of the excerpt from Odyssey wih all musical accompaniment ). For those who never had access to college classroom and never knew how greek really sounds, this is a great resource. Some articles ...
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Question on Unit 8 exercise

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Indefinite Relative Pronoun ὅστις, ἥτις, ὅ τι

Section 776 of Pharr says:

Pharr wrote:The indefinite relative pronoun (ὅστις, ἥτις, ὅ τι) whoever, whichever, whatever, is a compound of the simple relative (ὅς, ἥ, ὅ) and the indefinite τὶς, τὶ, each part of which is declined separately (or sometimes only the latter part).

He does not then give the actual declension. Would this be the correct way to decline it:


ὅστις ἥτις ὅ τι
οὗτεο ἧστεο οὗτεο
ὡτέῳ ἡτέῳ ὡτέῳ
ὅντινα ἥντινα ὅ ...


Answer key for Pharr book

Does anyone know if there is an answer key for the Pharr book? Its fine with me if its on the web or as a separate book. I want to begin from lesson 1 and work my way up.

thanks,
Dimitri
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ATTN: GTSS Users

It would seem that my ISP has allowed its domain to expire. Attempts to access GTSS return a "suspended page" error.

I hope this is mere oversight, one that will be corrected shortly.

In the meantime, I apologize for any inconvenience. I will keep an eye on the greekgeek.org website and let you know when it is again available.

Cordially,

Paul
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Los Angeles Pharr group

I'm currently gathering a pool of people interested to organize a Pharr study group in north Los Angeles county, particularly the San Fernando Valley/Santa Clarita area off the 5 freeway. After completing Pharr, we may move onto Plato.

If you'd like to attend such a group in person for Saturday mornings at a local coffee shop, please send an email to me at ksaare@masters.edu. Upon receiving your email, I'll then ...
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iliad 1:64-69

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