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Salve!

Hi, my name is Dustin and I am a 14 year old high schooler, in my second year Latin. I am still a novice stillseeking information and advice, and I hope you guys can help me :D

I am an active fish keeper and love to keep fish, hope to see you around!

Dustin
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Self-Learning Greek

Hi all --

I'm a full time college student majoring in classical languages. Due to a schedule conflict, I can't take first semester Greek in the fall and don't want to have to put it off a year. My professor doesn't think trying to learn a semester's worth of Greek on my own is do-able.

So... I'd like to see what you all think about it. I'd need to go from complete scratch to being ...
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declension case order...

I am learning latin and helping my 6 yo son with his latin too. Yeah, a bit young, but he chose it.

For me, I have Wheelock, and for my son we did Prima Latina. I have just bought a new book for him, that's in French, our mother tongue. Well, surprise... The declension cases are NOT listed in the same order!

As someone with experience (aka an older person), it doesn't bother me too ...
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Latin phonology and pronunciation

hi guys, i've noticed a few posts and discussions recently about latin phonology and pronunciation. i think a few people have said it's quite easy: i spent quite a while pulling together resources on this, just to get to a basic level, and i had to try to work out conventions for myself, e.g. the accentuation of monosyllables: i didn't find it easy.

i made a 1-page latin phonology cheat-sheet, which i've just pdf-ed and ...
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dactyllic hexametre

After finishing the Iliad, I had a sudden urge to render my signature in dactyllic hexametre. So here 'tis:

gnw/sij a1gei xarmonh\n kai\ r9w&mhn toi=j ti\s 9a0nqrw&poij.

While I realise one line of dactyllic hexametre, by itself, is probably pointless; I partially wanted to check that I understand the rules. :)


EDIT: Spelling of xarmonh/n.
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Translation from ancient Greek - A.S.A.P.

Χαίρετε,

I need a second opinion on something please.

προσθε δε ων εμοιγε δοκεει ουδε το Πελασγικον εθνος, εον βαρβαρον, ουδαμα μεγαλως αυξηθηναι


Please provide a free and a proper translation on this. I need YOUR translation, I need YOUR opinions. Thank you.
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Another introduction, sorry guys

Hi, I'm new...(what do you say in these threads?)
Anyway, I'm a high school freshman independent-studying with Jenney's (1979) and soon-Wheelock and Harrius Potter, when they come in a few days :) These forums seem great (people of all skill levels represented), and full of really smart mature people, so if I'm annoying, please notify me as I never can tell...
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Greetings

Salve!

I'm new in here. I've been working on teaching myself Latin, primarily working with Wheelock's. I hadn't realized that I would find learning the language to be so enjoyable. In the past, I've learned some French (3 yrs of High School) and Japanese (solely by immersion). The French I remember relatively little of, since I didn't have quite the drive at the time to learn (just enough to handle tests and such).
I've been ...
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pronounciation

my sister wantedto know how to pronounce 'dulce'

could anyone help me?

Thanks
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Pronouns as Subjects

I'm confused about a sentence from Jenney's First Year Latin:

The people whose courage you praised are now citizens.
Can that be "Qui virtuem laudavisti nunc cives sunt" (letting qui imply people, since it's masculine plural, like substantives do)
Or is it necessary to add "Ei" before the qui, making it "Ei qui virtuem laudavisti..."
Either? Neither?
Thanks :D
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