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Just wondering...

This isn't really important, but I was wondering if anyone knew the real words to Stars and Stripes Forever <br />I know the words I've heard all my life, "Be kind to your web-footed friend, for a duck maybe somebody's mother" But I would really like to know the real words, anyone?
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Verne in Latin-spinoff from "Nemo"

On the subject of "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea," does anyone know if any of Jules Verne's books were ever translated into Latin? <br /><br />Keesa
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Helpful(I hope)Hint

Something I do to help me learn, is copying what I'm working on. For example, my Bible Study is nothing but copying, word for word, the entire Bible. I'm going to try this with Latin (as soon as I've learned a little more), but I'm going to use a slight twist. I'm going to find one of my favorite books, and copy it in into Latin. (If there is any reason why this would be ...
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Perseus

For those who haven't found it already, Perseus is a great site.<br /><br />Here is their table of contents http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/cache/perscoll_Greco-Roman.html<br /><br />They have one of the biggest, if not the biggest collection of Greek and Latin texts on the web in the original and in translation. <br /><br />One option is to use the SP Ionic font we use for Greek here on textkit. Choose it in the third box on the left on this ...
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Canine (Spinoff from Adjective Agreement" in the Learni

This is a spinoff from the thread "Adjective agreement" in the Learning Latin forum...<br /><br />As far as I can tell, my dog responds to the sounds that I give her, not to the actual commands. So, if I had trained her to respond to "Sit" in Latin, rather than English (what is the Latin for "sit", anyway?) she would recognize the sound, rather than the word...and I don't think that the adjective agreements would ...
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Greek Grammer on the web

In fact I am a college student at the Catholic University of Louvain. One of my professors at the department of Classics made a page with many links concerning Greek Grammer. You can find here almost everything! You can't miss this: <br /><br /><br />http://perswww.kuleuven.ac.be/~u0013314/greekg.htm<br /><br />Greetz, <br /><br />Moerus
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new message

I hesitate to ask this question out of fear that the answer is staring me in the face; At the top of the page it says that I have '1 message, 1 is new'. I see nothing different from the times when it said; "Hey, Bert de Haan, you have 0 messages, 0 new". What's up?<br />
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Hi

Hello everyone! ::)<br />I'm new here. I'm also new at Latin. What a great site! Looking forward to talking to you all! :)<br />Puella Parva<br />
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Latin Library

The site www.thelatinlibrary.com looks like a really interesting one-it has several books, by Livy, Cicero, Ovid, etc., in Latin. The trouble is, I can't read them yet...so I don't know if they're good copies or not. ;D <br /><br />Keesa
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MOVED: Greek Texts in Unicode?

Moved to the Learning Greek forum where it belongs.

http://www.textkit.com/greek-latin-forum/viewtopic%20.%20php?t=410
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