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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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Ancient Greek Coins

I recently bought on ebay an authentic, Ancient Greek silver drachma coin (c. 340 BC) on ebay. On one side you have the head of the goddess Hera with her hair rolled up, and on the other side an eagle holding a serpent in its talons. I have to admit, it wasn't my intention to purchase anything, I was just browsing; but, when I happen to chance on it, I just couldn't resist. I thought ...
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