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Homeric books

I haven't looked through these books yet, but I'm wondering if other people have. Monro's grammar book has about 400 something pages... I think it's a reference grammar book, but I don't know...

Homer's Iliad, first three books and selections; ed. for the use of schools, by J. R. Sitlington Sterrett.

The first six books of Homer's Iliad. With introd., commentary, and vocabulary for the use of schools, by Thomas D. Seymour.

grammar of the ...
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a newbie on latin

hi


my sister bought me a book called "the everything learning latin book", by richard prior... is it good to learn latin by myself ?

i've heard wheelock's one is one of the best, and i tried to get it but couldn't :(
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homeric texts

Has anyone used Raymond Schoder's A Reading Course in Homeric Greek? I will be studying Homer soon (I'd thought I would start next fall but decided not to wait that long) and would like to supplement Pharr with another Homeric text.

Thanks
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Comparative phonology

Does anyone know of a book that discusses, compares and contrasts the sounds (i.e. phonologies) of the different lanugages of the world? I've already got one on phonetics, and am teaching myself the basic sounds, but I'd like to see how these sounds are put together into phonetic systems in lots of other languages (and what effects this creates in the language, such as "ugliness" or "fluidity"), possibly with a view to making my own ...
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Wheelock Key queries

Wheelock Key: http://www.textkit.com/greek-latin-foru ... hp?p=10356

Salvete amici,

I have just completed first 5 chaps of Wheelock and have the following queries/comments about the Key you so kindly supplied.

Chap 2
sententiae 7
Could the word order of this sentence (which is taken out of context) allow it to be translated - You order the crowd to avoid me.?

Chap 4
P & R
3 Is it sailor rather than ...
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Online books project

i assume that this one is very known... i have decided to post it any way.
here: http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/

20,000 books over there!
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Accent confusion

Can some one tell me why the accent pattern is different for path/r patro/j and quga/thr qugatro/j ?
Nouns are said to have persistent accents but I can't detect a reason why the accent in quga/thr moves from the penult to the ultima.

Thank you.
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help!

Whenever I try to connect to textkit from my work place a small dialog box pops up with a message "time out trying to connect to www.textkit.com". It is like that since last week.
Is there a way to lengthen the timeout limit on netscape(or mozilla)?.
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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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