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JACT Reading Greek

Hello all!

What do you guys think about the JACT Reading Greek book? I am interested in learning Greek and somebody suggested this series. Any advice is greatly appreciated.
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SPLIT. Raya's Introduction

If this is Raya's old introductory thread, how come noone replied to it?

...And Pete, what in the name of pluperfect tenses are you talking about? :?
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in heart Epi greetings

i have almost no one, no man will think you live to laugh at me i'll just recover. then i thnk if it were my friend by the door to meet another girl to say i love to sing. my soul she smile brought me to know, if you go to your heart! love stronger than any force is what u'll find in my heart started swelling like a fulfilling song, life is power, life ...
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New edition to BLD key

Courtesy of Ingrid et al. the BLD key has been updated.

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Wheelock Chap 31 to 35 Key comments

A few more comments/questions for consideration, please:

Chap 31
12 After "slaves", add "of the laws"?

Chap 33
Your loss, my gain
After "me listening, said" add "laughing"?

Chap 34
2 Change "crimes which you had" to "crimes as serious as you had"?
3 Typo: Change "rich a fair" to "rich and fair"?
16 Change "nos non secuti" to "nos secuti" and change "navis" to "naves"?

9 Change "I shall attain" to ...
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Is Greek the most exact language?

Greetings and Salutations:

I have often read and heard that Greek (specifically thinking of Ancient or Koine) is the most exact language ever created. I guess my questions would be as follows:

Is that true?

If it's true, then why is that statement true?

If anyone can kindly reply or at the very least point me to a website or book illustrating this notion that Greek is the most (or one of the most) exact ...
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Realism and the neosemanticist paradigm of expression

edited by Emma on 26.10.04:

This text was created by the 'postmodernism Generator' http://www.elsewhere.org/cgi-bin/postmodern (thanks for finding that site Democritus).

The primary theme of Bailey's analysis of the postconceptual paradigm of context is a mythopoetical paradox. In a sense, Baudrillard's critique of the neosemanticist paradigm of expression holds that reality is intrinsically responsible for the status quo.

Many dedeconstructivisms concerning Lacanist obscurity may be found. But Batailleist `powerful communication' implies that consensus is a product ...
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Line 1.3

I found this line tricky (al least to me).

polla\j d' i)fqi/mous yuxa\j )/Aidi proi/ayen

According to Pharr, i)fqi/mous modifies yuxa\j, but they have different genders, so which word does i)fqi/mous modify?
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Mute with L or R

Hi to everyone :)

I am a begginer in latin and I am a little bit confused with the long syllables and the accent.

According to D'ooge a syllable is long “if it ends in a consonant which is followed by another consonant”, however according to other grammar books this is true for "any two consonants (except a mute with l or r)". So according to D'ooge ...
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cum vs ablative absolute

I'm somewhat confused on which to use when. I thought an ablative absolute was used when the action was not related to rest of the sentence but precedes it; and that cum with subjunctive was used either when there is a sentence that sort of takes the place of an ablative absolute but is too long for an abl. abs. or when this action, unconnected to the rest of the sentence occurred at the same ...
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