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Need help with a selection from Ch. 36

I'm stuck on the second sentence of "I Love Her ... I Love Her Not," which reads:
Quare id faciam fortasse requiris.
I can translate each word separately, but I cannot put them together into a meaningful sentence. Is there some implied word that I should supply to make sense out of it?

Thank you very much for any help.
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Dionysus of Hallicarnassus

Χαίρετε,

What is up people, it has been a while. I am looking for the work of Dionysus of Hallicarbassus, Roman Archaeology. I want to download it in my pc. Pdf format is preferable, html or txt and doc are also welcome.
Anyone knows where I can find it?
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Hello from old lurker, recent member, finally new poster

Hello folks. In response to this thread (which I have given a personal nickname of "The Lamentations of Jeff") :) I am taking the time to make a hopefully brief introduction. My name is Ron, historically a software engineer by trade although I have been unemployed for several months now. I am one class shy of finishing a Master's in Software Engineering, which I have put on ...
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where do I start?

This is lame, but do I just open up ooge and get going?
WHat is a good age to start learning Latin? Greek?
How about 6 years old?
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Fathers and Phratries

Can somebody philological help me with these please?

- How likely is it that phratry and pater are related? If so, how so?
- How likely is that the festival name 'apatouria' comes from either pater or phratria or both?

Thucydides
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The future lasts a long time

I have very basic questions, some of them to do with motivation, which the more experienced and erudite contributors might find strange if not barbaric. But here goes. I've started the first book of Athenaze and am, in the long-term, primarily interested in reading Homeric Greek, Plato & Aristotle. But I still find it amazingly difficult to read very basic sentences in the Greek alphabet. Any advice? How long does this last, 2 years, 5? ...
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Test Textkit's Latest Site Feature - Vocabulary Tool

Hi everyone, I could use your help testing a new site feature.

The vocabulary tool is a script which builds and emails to you custom vocabulary lists. Specifically, you can select which vocabulary list you would like to receive, how many words per list and how often to receive them.

This script is the first step in a large project where interactive vocabulary quizzes will be generated that test your vocabulary.

I would most appreciate ...
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Posting Greek answers...

Is there an FAQ I should be looking at?

Can I post my answers here (specifically, ex 42)?

If so, what encoding do I use?

Thanks, and sorry if this is newbie cluelessness; I will put on my asbestos suit....

Mark
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A New Disciple

ARgh.... :oops: :oops: :oops:

I'm really sorry... I wanted to quote your post and I seem to have messed it up totally... something went really wrong :cry: .

Did you save it at all?

Emma
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subjunctive perfect vowel lengths

I'm all the way to Moreland & Fleischer's Unit 2 (whoo-hoo!), and have noticed a discrepancy in its Subjunctive Perfect Active forms and those of another couple of books I'm consulting (e.g., an old Jenney, I believe). M&H don't have macrons on the initial -i of the suffixes:

-erim
-eris
-erit
-erimus
-eritis
-erint

Whereas other books say the initial i is long, and so show macrons for -eris, -erimus, and -eritis. Without the macrons ...
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