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Basic's of Biblical Greek: workbook

I just ordered the workbook that is from Mounce, and it is the workbook that goes with the Textbook of the "Basic's of Bibical Greek." Has anyone here used it? Is is any good? What ways will it help me? I have already been through the textbook and I have reviewed it a number of times to get as much out of it as I can. It has been a blessing! But I still need ...


Unt 1 Question Confusion

some of the excercises I'm confused about-

Turbamne terrebas? Non terrebam.
-"Did you terrufy the crowd? I did not" is what I came up with..

Aquam nautis dabitis?
-"You gave water to the sailors" I don't know why there is a question mark..

Feminas in viis videbatis, sed de forma non clamabatis. Poenas dabitis
-"You saw the women in the roads, but you didn't shout about (their) beauty. You will pay a penalty"

Nautae feminas ...
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Jenney's Second Year Latin

If there is any one out there with the correct translations for the excersises in Jenney's Second Year Latin please please please please please hook me up with them. The rest of my class and myself would greatly appreciate it! :D
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this is confusing

If you try to fail, and succeed, which one have you done?
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First lesson

Hello, I have just started learning Greek. please could someone tell me how to pronounce the following letters; Xi, Tau, Phi, Chi and Psi. I understand the phonetic value but not how to say the actual name of the letter! :wink: Thanks
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Pronunciation Q's

I have some names that I'm confused about, 'Xerxes' and 'Laocoon'. How would one pronounce them?
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Introducing me

Hi!

I'm new. lol

I am mostly interested in Greek, but also would like to get around to Latin. I am basically starting from scratch, but very excited about it.

I am also very busy, so we'll see how it goes. :)
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help with exercises *9/6*

I was just working on some Greek-English exercises and I came across this:
toi=n phgai=n
it's in the dual, according to my charts. Yet isn't dual used for nouns that come in pairs like eyes, ears, nostrils, shoes, etc.?
so it would translate into "of/to the two-fountains"

Also, in an English-Greek exercise, would "the two-fountains" be tw= phga/?

Hehe, I'm starting slow but I'm learning fast!

PS-I'm using a textkit book called "A First Greek ...
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Greetings!

Hello all,

I have been reading the excellent posts on this website for a spell and thought I should register and introduce myself. I am a Latin enthusiast with a lot more to learn. I'm working through Wheelock now and I may switch to the CUNY Intensive Latin course book soon. (I have read the long thread about the pros and cons of both!) I hope to have great conversations with all of you in ...
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Some Doubts about Classical Greek

Please,I am starting to study Classical Greek,because I am an addicted to ancient history,principally greek ancient history,so I would to ask anybody here,what is the real differences between the Classical Greek and the koine,and if I study Classical Greek will I be able to understand also the modern greek?
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