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Can't download key to First Greek Book

Does anyone know why I can't download the answer key to the First Greek Book, if I try clicking nothing happens and if I right click and download to disk it downloads as a php file and I don't know how to open that kind of file. Can someone help me?

Also what are the two cases listed in between the singular and plural cases in the paradigms in this book? You know the D.N.A.V. ...
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Peter Pan

Just curious. Peter Pan is a name of totally greek origin. Is there a ancient greek translation of Peter Pan? If it is, is it in public domain?
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Oscar nominiations

Johnny Depp has been nominated for best actor - his first Oscar nomination :D .
Apart from that the films nominated are ones I've never heard of, except for Lord of the Rings, which I hope will win.
Any one here seen Mystic River? It's been nominated, but I know it's not even been translated into German (and probably never will be unless it wins all ...
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More composition fun

It has occurred to me for a while now that Sir Winston Churchill was one of the better public speakers of recent years. Let's try to put into Greek some of his well-known comments.
Something topical to start with a sentence from My Early Life...

Mr Gladstone read Homer for fun, which I thought served him right.

Of course that could be ambiguous as it stands but I think WC's intentions are clear.
Use o( ...
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Greek nick

i just discovered that my longly used nick comes from greek.
kalainon is supposed to be dark blue or something?

i am not learning greek...
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the difference between perfect and pluperfect?

SALVETE OMNES!
I'm up to chapter 12 right now and it looks like Latin is just splitting hairs here...
So what is the difference between I have praised (perfect) and I had praised (pluperfect)?
Would it depend on the rest of the sentence? Like I have praised Apollo in the past, and I might continue to do so, vs, I had praised Apollo until I found out Jupiter was stronger?

How did I do with ...
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ch 36 fio - is it copulative?

One of the exercises at the back is-
vos oramus ut discipuli acerrimi fiatis. We are begging you so that you might become very keen students.
I would have thought it should be discipulos acerrimos.
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Textkit Groups - New Site Feature

Hi Everyone,

There's a new service that I would like to announce - Textkit Groups.
http://www.textkit.com/groups/

This is an email mailing list service using Mailman software. How it works is that you agree to cover a particular text or textbook according to a set schedule, much like class-assignments. You'll submit your own work to the group by emailing it to the mailman software. Mailman will then redistribute your work ...
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Translation?

I'm sorry if this is an inappropriate place for this question. However, after searching the net, I found no other place that I could put this question to.

I'm not someone who speaks latin, or who is currently learning it (though I'd like to start sometime in the near future). For that reason, I am trying to find someone who could help me with translating someting into latin. What I would like tanslated is an ...
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Gospel of Thomas: Greek, Coptic, English with interlinear

Just mentioned on classics-l, http://www.gospelthomas.com/.

Some of the sayings exist in a POxy in Greek (saying 4 for example), but all have the Coptic, with access to a very helpful analytic interlinear.
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