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Hi,I'm a new one and get troubled in every step

I've been interested in Greek for long but there's no one here who's studying Greak let alone ancient one.I even don't know how to pronounce,rough and smooth breathing,for instance.
And I also have no experiece of Latin.Must I learn it in advance? :( :?:
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Spring at the Grammaticarium

It is only April, so of course we could still have a major snowstorm here in Wisconsin, and at least one more really good killing frost is guaranteed. But my yard has thawed deeply enough that it is no longer a swamp, some early starters are on their way, and it's time to clean up and prepare for the full-on spring madness.

As always, click on the image to get a larger image.

First, the ...
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libri hactenus acquisiti

SEE NOW http://phileleutherus.fortunecity.co.uk/Booklist1.html

"with a new season comes a new booklist update," as the old saying runs. so here is the most recently updated version of my own list. the posting of it does somewhat transgress the bounds of vanity in certain respects, but i flatter myself that the number of interesting queries picked up here and via google merit its being updated once more.
as ever, i am interested to see the Classics sets ...
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Orphic Hymns

Does anyone know where I can find the Hymns of Orpheus in Greek? Thanks in advance.

Chris Weimer
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a challenge

name as many Latin words as you can think of which comply with these three restrictions:

I. must contain the letter F
II. must not begin with the letter F
III. must not be prefixed or suffixed; hence suffragium, nefas, lucifer, etc. are disqualified.
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Kh\r o(/t' e)pe/lqh| moi kama/twn yuxh\n a)polu/sein,
   mh/ti m' e)/ruke qea=j qapto/menon ne/kui+.
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help with homework checking

Hi there. I'm studying latin on my own, and would like if some of you could gently help me with my homework.
I just want to know if I have got anything wrong. Recommendations are welcome.

(sempronia tells stories to the devoted girls)
Sempronia fabulam dictat puellis sedulae.

(students obey the teacher)
discipulae obtemperant magistrae.

(the lady orders the slaves)
domina seruis imperat.

(the teacher tells stories to the students)
magistrae fabulas discipulis narrant.

(Livia ...
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hi everyone!

I am way out of school, but love to keep learning! This is my newest addition to the curriculum. I am self employed and unfortunately not too busy yet! I have never learned a language other than english and sign language, so I am a little intimidated. This site looks very supportive and helpful! So hello everyone! :)
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Quick scansion question

Do "ai" and "oi" scan long or short? I'm rather confused on this - is it variable perchance? :?
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Lexicon with Diagammai

Someone, in a different thread, mentioned that they had a (mental?) lexicon of Homer with Digammas. Is there a print one? Or any good list of what words had digammas where?
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