A nice simple story with beautiful aniamtion which has been given a Koine narration and Koine subtittles:
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mwh wrote:"The end approaches. You'll never get to read the Odyssey for the first time ever again!"
NGC 7331 ET ULTERIUS (18 DECEMBRIS 2014)
NGC 7331, galaxia spiralis magna et pulchra, saepe Viae Lacteae nostrae persimilis esse dicitur. NGC 7331, quae circiter quinquaginta milliones (50,000,000) annorum luce mensorum in constellatione Pegasi abest, maturê quidem nebula spiralis esse cognita est. ...
I think you'll find, as you progress, that this scale of measurement, which may work for modern foreign languages, isn't really useful or valid for ancient Greek. Some texts are easier than others; some authors have a style that's very difficult. Plato reads somewhat more easily for me at least than Isocrates; Isocrates is usually easier (but blander) than Demosthenes; and Thucydides' speeches are the most difficult prose of all--even the ancient Greeks and those ...
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