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V's and U's

I've seen the following combinations of letters used by various Latin texts and scholars: V's and U's (virumque), just V's (virvmqve), just U's (uirumque). Which letter scheme is correct?

Thanks,
Keith
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de passeride psittaculaque

This is a poem I started. It scans in dactylic hexameter and its about my two birds. I'm still working on it but here it is so far. Please tell me what you think. I don't do english-latin that often so my sentences are simple. Once I get more practice and more into this poem it should get more complex.

olim erat passer nomine Charlius Jackson.
hic passer cenat insectes seminesque multes.
amica est sibi ...
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Beginner Question

Hi everyone,

This is my first post in the Greek forum. I just started studying Greek. I've been studing Latin for a year. Anyways, I'm presently learning the alphabet and I came upon Nu and Upsilon. I am very confused by the second form of these two characters; they look identical to me. How do I discern Nu from Upsilon?

Thanks,
Deccius
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I think I'm abandoning my learning of Latin

I've come to the point where after a year a Latin, I feel like wasting my time. My teacher really hasn't inspired me to want to learn the language. She almost seems kind of neutral about it. Not that Latin isn't a beautiful and interesting language, but there are other languages that I wish to focus on. These are at the present time, Spanish and Hebrew. I do not know whether or not I will ...
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new Biblical Greek learning tool

I have developed an interactive, web-based Greek learning tool for learning paradigms and vocabulary in which the student reads stories which can be manipulated into dozens of variations. My goal is to make the learning of Greek morphology easier without having to rely on the rote memorization of paradigms. So far I have stories which focus on 2nd declension masculine nouns but also includes some other vocabulary due to the nature of the manipulation of ...
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new Biblical Greek learning tool

I have developed an interactive, web-based Greek learning tool for learning paradigms and vocabulary in which the student reads stories which can be manipulated into dozens of variations. My goal is to make the learning of Greek morphology easier without having to rely on the rote memorization of paradigms. So far I have stories which focus on 2nd declension masculine nouns but also includes some other vocabulary due to the nature of the manipulation of ...
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Computer based vocabularies

Hello there,

Has anyone had experience of building computer mediated vocabularies?

I am deciding which is the best method of storing computer mediated vocabularies for English and Latin as separate vocablaries!

This is to support future developments in my research into automated essay marking.

Regards,

James Christie
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Check for proper grammer needed

please check this translation for grammar errors and such... thanks I would really apprechiate this....


consurges pre aurora ut eo silvestre et venor
aurora armas ei cum videres
sed cephalus jungavi lepida martia. ea nomen fuisse.
Procris canis et esta uter numquam deficio dono maritus.
eo ingratus commortalis teneo tua maritae numquam tu poenitudivi.
iratus deus vorax vulpes molestare oppidum mitto.
venator conatus omnis in futilis est.
tam venire Cephalum interrogare nam suus gloriosus canis. ...
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homework help

I have to analyze this sentence, but I don't even understand its meaning:
magister usus omnium rerum est optimus.
nom-s, ?, gen-p, gen-p, "est", nom-s

There's also "magister usus omnium est rerum optimus" in the text (different word-order).
My guess is "the teacher the experience of all things is the best", but this does not make any sense.

"magistri usus omnium rerum est optimus" (the teacher's experience of all things is the best) makes sense ...
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Moria

Maybe this is not the right board for this, if so please move it to the right one, but:

Gen 22:2

Septuaginta
kai\ ei)/pen Labe\ to\n iu(/on sou ton a)gaphto/n, o(/n h)gaphsas, to\n Isaak, kai\ poreu/qhti ei)s th\n gh~n u(yhlh\n kai\ a)ne/negkon au)to\n e)kei~ ei)s o(loka/rpwsin e)f e(/n tw~n o)re/wn, w(~n a)/n soi ei)/pw.

Vulgate
ait ei tolle filium tuum unigenitum quem diligis Isaac et vade in terram Visionis atque offer eum ibi holocaustum super ...
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