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Textkit Time and Study Time

So which one is true for you? Are you really studying or is keeping up with the number of messages starting to eat into your study time?
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Hailing all Testkit users! :)

I just wanted to introduce myself, I am a 19 year old student from Canada and am trying to re-introduce myself to the world of Latin. Thank godness I work in the biggest bookstore chain in Canada (Chapters/Indigo/Coles etc.)! Everyone here seems very friendly and willing to share their knowledge which is great since I'm sure I'll have lots of questions. I am currently working through Wheelocks 6e and of course, the omnipotent BLD!
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Greek Grammar For The Beginner

Well, I am on a book rampage. I have a whole year ahead of me and judging by the progress I have already made in Latin I am sure that I will be able to substitute the hours of T.V. each day for something productive!<br />I want to learn a form of Greek; but, to be honest, I have no clue. I need help! <br />Ancient Greek<br />Koine Greek<br />Modern Greek (I want to go ...
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Question (That is all I do!)

It seems that many of you speak French. So my question is: how did you arrive to the ability to speak French? 8)
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Pensees

Does anyone know where I can find a good copy (preferably a free ebook online :P) of Pensees, by Blaise Pascal, in French or Latin? I've read him through in English, but I would like to read him again in French, and in Latin, once I'm advanced enough, if he was ever translated into Latin. <br /><br />Keesa
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Newsletter

I have been looking forward to a newsletter but have not received one yet. How often can one be expected? (Or is something wrong with my subscription)?
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I am worried for you people!

Benissimus, God blesses ;) him, lives in California and has not heard of "Nuthin' But a G Thang" by Snoop Doggy Dogg and Dr. Dre. Others have also questioned the existence of this classic track. <br />I could not believe this! <br />Personally I really be digging neither D.R.E nor Snoop D-O-double-gizzle; however this song from seemingly ages ago captures an era ubi I n'was que six ...
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Promote Latin

http://www.promotelatin.org/camwscpledu ... #materials<br /><br />This is more for teachers but learners will also find much value. It contains downloadable pdfs of fun posters and brochures intended to help promote latin classes. There are a number that I'm going to print off and keep around the house ;)
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Author sites

Apuleius<br /><br />http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/jod/apuleius/<br />Includes Apuleius' defence against a charge of practising magic in Latin/Latin with English crib/English, and the Cupid and Psyche story from The Golden a** in Latin.<br /><br />Cicero<br /><br />http://www.utexas.edu/depts/classics/documents/Cic.html<br />Some speeches and philosophical works in Latin. Plutarch's Life of Cicero in English. <br /><br />St. Augustine of Hippo<br /><br />http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/jod/augustine.html<br />Confessions in Latin, and English, German, and Russian translations, The City of God in Latin, Sermons and other works in Latin ...
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Italian Grammar For The Beginner

I intend to learn Greek (JWW) within the next couple of years at least up to intermediate level; however I think myself presently to be incapable of doing thus. For, accompanied by Latin, it would be too intense.<br />I want to learn Italian this year also. Knows anyone, of a beginners Italian Grammar (accompanied by exercises and vocabulary). <br />I find Dr. Benjamin L. D'Ooge's grammar so simple, so compact with its welcome want of ...
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