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Goodwin - Smyth parallel references

Huh, does anyone know about Goodwin-Smyth parallel grammar references?
Actually, does it exist?
:?: :?: :?:
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Encyclopedia of philosophy

http://www.iep.utm.edu/
i couldn't find Buber over there, but the each of the philosophers over there has a good review of his/her philosophy.

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Ecce tiro!

Hello all,

I just found textkit.com tonight. :) I live in Vermont, USA. I’m a programmer by trade, with interests in language and history. I’m circling back to Latin now; I never studied it formally, but dove in or dabbled as time has permitted. I expect to be an intermittent participant, so please forgive me if I don’t reply in a timely fashion. I appreciate all of ...
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Hi! I'm new...

I'm looking forward to meeting everyone here. This is my first attempt to learn Latin... :idea: :!: I'm taking this on as an independent learner simply because I find the origin of word(s) to be interesting. I'm interested in the sacred aspects that cultivated written languages. I hope this doesn't sound too weird ...
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the alleged (spelling?) robotness of mariek

as thingy said, i think mariek is a robot cos in every intro post ive read theres the exact (almost) same thing the the purple, THE PURPLE

bi now, the men in white coats are here for me!?!
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anyone seen this before?

This may have been posted by someone before, but in case it hasn't check out http://eleaston.com/In-dict.html.

There is some neat stuff there, but I haven't explored the site thoroughly yet, so don't be surprised if a link doesn't work, etc.

Jeff'n Cicero :twisted:
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huge favour

my laptop doesnt have any virus protection so i would appriate it if someone could download a decent thing and email it to me

im asking cos all my download attempts have ended in failure
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Toughest Greek you've read....?

I thought I'd ask y'all what the toughest Greek you've ever read is? For me...if would probably have to be Sophopcles (O.R.) or Philo. As far as the New Testament goes....I just read through Hebrews and it kicked my butt fairly well....Lukan stuff isn't nearly as hard as people make it out to be (IMHO), and James can be a bit thick.

Well......how about you??
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Looking for languages with nasal vowels

I’d like to compare French nasal vowels with another (living) language that has nasal vowels, but I don’t know of any. Old French has quite a few more nasal vowels than modern French. I’d like to hear what those ancient nasal vowels sounded like. Yes, you could use the theory of just nasalizing the regular vowels to get nasal vowels but.... I’m having some difficulties with Modern French and that approach.

The IPA transcription is ...
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G'day

Just a post to introduce myself. (According to local forum customs. :) )

I live in Melbourne.

I'm a university student. And I've just started learning ancient Greek independently (using John Williams White's book).





In High School I did two years of Latin, so learning the grammar should (hopefully) be easyish. 8)
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