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Greek Student from Hong Kong

Here in Hong Kong, I have not yet found any one learning classical Greek (though there are some learning New Testament Greek)
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Free Flashcard Fun!

This site http://www.flashcardexchange.com has quite a few Latin flashcard sets available online for free, and a few Greek as well. You can also get a free account and make your own. I've found it useful for learning my declensions, as well as vocabulary.
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Psalm 23 for Programmers

I Ran across this today-With all the programmers around here I thought this would be Fun


The Lord is my programmer, I shall not crash.
He installed His software on the hard disk of my heart,
All of His commands are user friendly,
His directory moves me to the right choices for His name's sake.

Even though I scroll through the problems of file,
I will fear no bugs, for You are my backup;
Your ...
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real text, not pdf

I've been trying to find Latin grammars on the Internet, and I was very happy when I stumbled across TextKit. But I find those PDF books a bit hard to decypher sometimes. So I decided to begin transcribing one of the Latin grammar books on your site into HTML. I don't suppose there's anything illegal about that, but it may be a little tedious. Nevertheless, it will be a grat way to improve my poor ...
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Gildersleeve's Pindar on Perseus

This is new and includes both the Olympian and Pythian odes with introduction and bibliography.
http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/cgi-bin/pt ... 99.04.0101
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uden allo... e

On pages 18 and 19 of Thrasymachus there are a couple of sentences with ou0de\n a1llo followed by h2 later in the sentence.

I think ou0de\n a1llo means "no-one else", but I can't see how h2 fits in. It seems to be a non-literal expression. :?

Here are the quotes: (Both from Aphrodite.)

a9marta&nete, w} fi/lai: ou0de\n ga_r a1llo h2 filei= ta_j gunai=kaj, w(&sper oi9 a1lloi ...
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Greetings!

salve!

Long time lurker, first time poster. Thought I'd introuduce myself before I start chatting to you all. I'm a 19 year old university student from merry old England, and have been studying classical civilization for just one year now. This includes the wonderful language of latin :D Understandably, the relatively short length of my study means that my latin ability isn't of quite the same ...
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Word Association Game (Latin)

I know some people wanted this. We'll just have 2 games! Same rules from the first one.

Extra rule: Give all words in their proper forms (nauta, nautae, m)

Let's Go!

First Word is

Equus, Equi, m
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Thesaurus Linguae Graece

I have some question about Thesaurus Linguae Graece.

Can I print the text from CD in big parts or only in short paragraphs as is in abriged on-line?
Can I displey text in Unicode or any other Greek fonts or only in beta-code (I don`t like beta code)?
Does the full wersion contains also CD?

In you know more about this base and its functionality please say me about.
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Addison Hogue's The Irregular Verbs of Attic Prose

Addison Hogue's The Irregular Verbs of Attic Prose: their forms, prominent meanings, and important compounds; together with lists of related words and English derivatives.

In Part I Hogue leads the reader through the principal parts of regular verbs patiently and skilfully, explaining how to form them, what use to make of them, and offering novel insights along the way such as reminding you that ēporēsa must be the aorist of an epsilon contract, and not ...
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