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I know Jeff is working on the new forum but...

"Most users ever online was 17 on 31 Dec 1969 05:00"
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new member and content exam question

salve socii!

I'm new here and new to Latin, though I must admit to being an addict. I'm a double major in Classics and Secondary Education, and studying so that hopefully I'll be able to pass the Illinois Content Exam in Latin. I would be extremely grateful to anyone if they could give me advise on surviving this task. I'm also curious what textbooks are being used in high school Latin classes.

thanks

Lupa
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ATTENTION!! -WELCOME TO THE NEW FORUM - HOW TO LOGIN

We finally upgraded the forum to a more powerful script with better features. Try the search features for starters. You'll also notice new things you can do like read new posts since last visit and read unanswered posts.

When we migrated the forum, your password had to be reset to a new temporary password.


Your new password is the first 2 digits of your old password

Once you have logged in, please reset your password ...
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New student

I've decided to learn Latin! My long term goal is to learn through classes at the community college, but in the short term I will work through the Wheellock book until the first semester intro starts in the fall 2004. <br /><br />I'm working on chapter 2 and I'm sure I will have many<br />questions. <br /><br />I am interested in a source of Latin language tapes that I can listen to in my car ...
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Roman History Book: Recommendations?

I have been reading a history of Greece from ancient times to Alexander. When I finish it, I would like to read about the history of the Romans as well. (I went to a lousy public high school that never covered this material, and I didn't have time in college while pursuing a technical degree, so this stuff is new to me.) But I haven't been able to find what I want. I am looking ...
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Hello

Hi all, this is just to introduce myself, my name's Cillian and I'm just starting my second year studying Classics at university in Dublin, Ireland. I did Latin at school but I only took up Greek when I started college. I actually start classes tomorrow (yummy, double Herodotus first thing Monday mornings!) which I'm really looking forward to.<br />I'd offer a prize for the first person to identify my avatar but being an impoverished student ...
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Silly me

I am putting all this effort into learning Greek and now I see that all I had to do is take this course and I would have been able to speak Greek in 10 hours. WITHOUT MEMORIZATION.<br />Silly me!
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I access Textkit from...

Just curious. I access Textkit from home and work.
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The "Brittanian" Language

"Brittanian" is my name for an imaginary language that exists in the alternate universe where the Romans successfully conquered the Germanic tribes, instead of being defeated by Arminius in the Teutoberg Forest. It has an Old English base, and was very heavily influenced by Latin, much like modern English was heavily influenced by French after the Norman invasion. <br /><br />What do you think the Brittanian language would be like? I have read about dead ...
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