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An Extracurricular Endeavor

Hey I was wondering... I cannot get enough of Latin and i love translating. I am on Chapter 17 and I have done all the Sentence Reviews, Sententia Antiqua, Translated the stories, and i have done all the work for the Wheelock's Workbook. I was wondering if some people could maybe make some more sentences for me (using the concepts and vocabulary up to 17) and post them here (then i will see if i ...
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Exercise to be corrected by my friends

How to do it?

1)Magister meus amici mei discipulus fuit

2) Proelium non magistris sed pueris perniciosum fuerat


Here my answers: 1)My master was a disciple of my friend

2) Sorry,a couldnt translate it: I beg for your help! :lol:
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Cna u talk Latin?

Num sunt agricolae?
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Thanks, Ingrid

I will definitely let you know when I am having difficulty.
I am already up to section 39 (p.19). So far, no problems.
I really, really like his clear, thorough approach. So glad to find this text.
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A solution to the Expansion of the Universe?

According to Einstein's theory of general relativity, gravity bends or warps space-time. this is because the gravitons, or gravity waves, contain no mass and therefore exert their force over large distances with infinite speed. in other words, light from a star that passes by a large body, like our sun, could appear in a place that it is not. the gravity from the sun would bend space time so that even though light may seem ...
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Hello

Well, the Latin Forum FAQ suggested I introduce myself here, so I thought I would. I took Latin in my first year of university (majoring in Classics) and I inteded to take it all 4 years. It didn't fit into my schedule in second year and after that i'd just forgotten most of it. I tried to take the 200 course this year, but just couldnt remember anything after so long. Anywho, i'm attempting to ...
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Conspiracy theories... not so stupid

I've often thought these conspiracy theories to be a load of junk, but in the last few years I've started to change my mind. Some are of course rubbish, but there is a bit or sometimes even more than just a bit of truth in them. Maybe my mind is being corrupted by too much information, but I actually believe that whatever I think might be happening behind the scenes is actually nowhere near as ...
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Caesar

I know Textkit has the literal Gallic War translation, but is there any interest in a standard school edition of Books I-IV? Or is this need met elsewhere?

Kerastes
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Key for Beginner's Latin Question

Hi everyone,

I am planning on using D'ooge's text Latin For Beginners.
I noticed that someone on the board said not to follow the key
too closely, as it may contain errors?
I am worried that that will slow me down. I am very new to Latin.
Can anyone give me some advice? I would imagine that as I go
through the text I will be impeded if I can't rely on the key for ...
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latin song lyrics

Most of these are kids songs, some of them pretty amusing:
http://www.laukart.de/multisite/songbook/latin.php

While we're on the topic, does anyone know if there has ever been made a whole cd of latin music? I don't want kids songs but real songs... stories, prayers, whatever... I just like listening to it. I've got a few gregorian chants but I'm looking for something less choral. My favourites are the latin prayers from ...
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