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"make every day count"

I am trying to find a way to translate this into Latin for someone else, but I am finding it difficult to find a satisfactory way of saying it. Obviously a word for "to count" is not going to carry the same meaning as in the English phrase, unless there is some very apt Latin word which I am unaware of. I had it in mind to use interest in the sense of "it matters", ...
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Difficulty of the Roman playwrights and Livy

How would you rate the difficulty of Livy and the two Roman playwrights, Plautus and Terence?

Subjective of course, but nonetheless helpful.
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Pharr at last!

I wasn't checking the home page of textkit since the July 12 addition of new Latin PDF's. And voila! Pharr is posted at last. Thanks, Jeff! It's wonderful.
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Cicero: Against Cataline

I am an independent learner of Latin (by day I am a System Administrator in Computer Science at the University of Toronto).

I have been working my way pitifully slowly through Cicero's "In Catalinam: I" (I usually read it on the submay going to work). I am really stuck on the following sentence, however, and I would appreciate some help.

verum ego hoc, quod iam pridem factum esse oportuit, certa de causa nondum adducor ut ...
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How many people are currently using Wheelock

I was just curious how many people are currently using Wheelock. I just got the 6th edition and am using it in conjunction with D'ooge. Not sure which I like better yet. Any opinions?
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Word Game in Ancient Greek or What the World Needs Now

Hi All,

I've been thinking about it for some time now and have come to the firm conclusion that the world needs...yes, you guessed it, a word game in ancient greek.

If you can get past my goofy clues, I hope it will be a pleasant distraction.

You can find it at http://www.greekgeek.org. In the left hand, table of contents frame, click on 'The Puzzle'. This will show you ...
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Word Game in Ancient Greek or What the World Needs Now

Hi All,

I've been thinking about it for some time now and have come to the firm conclusion that the world needs...yes, you guessed it, a word game in ancient greek.

If you can get past my goofy clues, I hope it will be a pleasant distraction.

You can find it at http://www.greekgeek.org. In the left hand, table of contents frame, click on 'The Puzzle'. This will show you ...
Read more : Word Game in Ancient Greek or What the World Needs Now | Views : 1089 | Replies : 7 | Forum : Learning Greek


How do you use Textkit?

Okay, i just finished a huge project and I have a bit more free time, which is good because the start of the new school year is upon us.

I want to create some Textkit marketing material that highlights the different ways visitors use Textkit's downloadable PDFs. One barrier I often encounter is the questions, "why not just buy the book?"

Me, I love the printed word too and I don't read anything lengthy on ...
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what is the difference between subjuntive and optative ?

could pls anybody give some explaination of the two diffrence mood in general using .it is intimidating when we use those of the moods.
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