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Berlitz For Children Series...

Does anyone know if Berlitz has done one of their "For Children" series in Latin? i.e., I have Berlitz French for Children, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty, and the back of the book lists five others; <br />Berlitz French for Children, The Three Bears and Little Red Riding Hood; <br />Berlitz Spanish for Children, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty; Berlitz Spanish for Children, The Three Bears and Little Red Riding Hood; <br />Berlitz Italian for Children, The ...
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Comma vs. period (was: thorough Greek grammar)

The Netherlands, actually. It has been some time, but the Dutch state originated from a war against the Spanish.<br />I think continental Europe uses a comma instead of a period in this context.<br /><br />Ptolemaios
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you physics maniacs look here

Newton's Principia(in neo-latin, maybe...) is on burndy library home page.<br />
    Three editions.
  • 1687
  • 1713
  • 1726
<br />If you want to learn physics in latin, this is a good start, really. ;D<br /><br />
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Books online

Since this wonderful site hosts so many good scanned books, I believe that their downloading size becomes an issue for some people. However, choosen format, PDF, curently is not very appropriative for such goals. As I see it, PDF is designed as a mainly vector format to store computer-generated material, as opposed to the scanned material.<br /><br />Today, there exist a great new (relatively) digital format designed especially for storing scanned material in digital form ...
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Supporting Textkit

There have been so many great textbook recommendations made on this forum that it has become clear to me that visitors are in need of helpful book suggestions in addition to free downloads and a very unique and growing learning community.<br /><br />Textkit is always in need of non-intrusive ways of generating revenue (we currently have none) to help off-set our staggering operating expenses.<br /><br />So it occurred to me that perhaps an affiliate relationship ...
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Hi, all!

Hi!<br /><br />I'm Myungsunn, from Korea. Recently joined the forum. I'm self-tutoring greek in a really slow progress. From time to time when I get leisure and when I feel like. I'm also interested in other old languages that will lead me to the ancient cultures, when people began to create from nothing. But I'm no dedicated student of humanties. It's like my hobby to learn the old tongues.<br /><br />----<br /><br />I'm currently editing ...
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product wishlist

The question in the latin forum about calendars brought back an old idea for me... wouldn't it be great if someone were to start making latin products such as calendars, greeting cards, etc in latin and greek? <br /><br />or even if someone were to pull together what is there into one site... and redistribute... hm, maybe *I* should do that. <br /><br />i think there are latin fridge poetry magnets...<br /><br />if *someone* were ...
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so unfair

just a few minutes ago i was chatting with my friend mike, via instant messaging... he is on a two month tour of europe right now and is currently in rome... tomorrow he is going to see the sistine chapel.<br /><br />i am sooooooooooooooooooooooooooo jealous and want to go sooooooooooooooooooooooooooo badly but fear i will never have the money. <br /><br />hopefully he will send me postcards :P
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Greek Texts out of Copyright that, in a Decent, Civilized So

Hello,<br /><br />I'm not sure whether this is the right forum to post text suggestions in; but since I have a mental list, and am fairly confident that Jeff is reading this forum (hi Jeff!), I'll go ahead.<br /><br />The list is based on two factors: what is rare (and therefore hugely expensive, usually impossible for the average independent learner to have access to), and what is helpful if not indispensible while making one's through ...
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Love of Latin and Greek = Love of Roman and Greek History?

Just a thought, I know for myself the urge to be able to read Plutarch, Caesar, Pliny, Virgil and the other Latin greats in their native language is a big part of my desire to improve my Latin ASAP (preferably done through osmosis while sleeping but so far no luck). Do any of you feel the same? <br /><br />I am also a Roman and Greek history fanatic and can't get enough of it whether ...
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