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Unicode - Greek on the Computer.?. Inquiry

How can obtain the ability to type up Greek on my computer for submitting homework.
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Importing and formatting Greek in Word

Hi,

The SP Ionic and other tools work really well on my system.

Sometimes I find Greek texts on the internet and import them to Word.

My question is: what possible fonts can I use?

There are tons of fancy one for the Latin alphabet but it seems to be rather limited for the Greek alphabet.

Times New Roman and Palatino Linotype look fine, but most other fonts look strange or don't have the special ...
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NOMINA ROMANORUM

NOMINA ROMANORUM

BY CUBLÆUS CUCLANIUS


FREQUENCY NAME
1 Gaius
2 Lucius
3 Marcus
4 Quintus
5 Publius
6 Julius
7 Cornelius
8 Claudius
9 Valerius
10 Titus
11 Gnaeus
12 Flavius
13 Aulus
14 Rufus
15 Aurelius
16 Sextus
17 Caesar
18 Junius
19 Tiberius
20 Licinius
21 Aemilius
22 Maximus
23 Gallus
24 Caecilius
25 Fabius
26 Aelius
27 Pompeius
28 Sulpicius
29 Calpurnius
30 Antonius
31 Cicero
32 Nero
33 Scipio
34 Cassius ...
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de partibus orationis

de partibus orationis


Partes orationis quot sunt? Octo. Quae? Nomen pronomen verbum adverbium participium coniunctio praepositio interiectio.

DE NOMINE

Nomen quid est? Pars orationis cum casu corpus aut rem proprie communiterve significans. Nomini quot accidunt? Sex. Quae? Qualitas conparatio genus numerus figura casus. Qualitas nominum in quo est? Bipertita est: aut enim unius nomen est et proprium dicitur, aut multorum et appellativum. Conparationis gradus quot sunt? Tres. Qui? Positivus, ut doctus, conparativus, ut doctior, superlativus, ...
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Homework translation check

Salvete omnes,

Could you please check over these translations? The point of this exercise was to be able to properly identify the dative case.

1. Patruus pecuniam pueris dat.

The uncle gives money to the boys.

2. Ancilla invita cauponi scelesto cibum tradit.

The unwilling slave-women hands over the food to the wicked innkeeper.

3. Omnia patri meo semper dico.

I always tell everything to my father.

4. Nihil legato principis dixit.

Nothing was said ...
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Luke 22:44 bloody sweat

Hi

This text is from Luke 22:44:

kai genomenoj en agwnia ektenesteron proshuxeto: kai egeneto o idrwj autou wsei qromboi aimatos katabainontes epi thn ghn

Depending on the grammar can we conclude whether the sweat really was bloody or that this is only an illustration? It seems to me that the problem is how to interpret the word wsei "as it were"
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I finished yesterday chapter 35!

Hi all Just wanted to let you know I finished with my Pastor chapter 35 yesterday. Four started, and two finished Praise God I was one that finished. :)
I encourage you all to finish Bill Mounce's book especially if your discouraged with how intence this course is and you think you'll never be able to do it. I pray for you all to finish what you ...
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More homework help -- negatives, questions, emphasis

English to Latin translation. This time practice negation, questions and emphasis (e.g., Does Caesar have the ball?)

The lesson I'm working through introduces the basics but leaves a lot of unanswered questions, so I expect I've made a lot of mistakes here trying to do stuff the lesson didn't cover.

Mark has a sword.
Marcus gladium tenet.
Mark has a sword.
Gladium Marcus tenet.
Mark has a sword.
Tenet Marcus gladium.
Mark has a sword. ...
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Satan sweating - apt translation & grammar poblems

Hello.

(Please do remember English is not my native language. Dutch is.)

My class has received an assignment from our professor of Greek (for the course Encyclopedia of Classical Philology actually).
We are supposed to critically examine a few lines of text he has given us, and we have to explain why a/certain word(s) are false, or correct.

The text is Oecumenius' Commentarius in Apocalypsin. My line is 157,13-16 (VIII,62-65). It reads:
polla\ ga/r fasi ...
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Translation question

I'm reading "Latin for Today 2nd Year Course" and I am having a problem with one sentence.

"Hic adulescens ita me amabat, ita verebatur ut me quasi magistro uteretur."

My lame attempt at a translation is:

This youth thus loved me, thus he feared that he didn't use me as a teacher.

Am I far off? Any help will be appreciated.
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