So you lot, I want to test the waters of the Textkit community, as it were. I'm vehemently for same-sex marriage, believing same-sex couples should have the same options and rights as heterosexual couples, but I'm interested to see what everyone else's opinion is.
I think it all comes down to whether homosexuality is a choice or not -- and, of course, it is not. You can no more chose to be homosexual than you ...
Does anybody else use this manual grammar for NT Greek?
I bought it only because I found a cheap used copy, and I found the descriptions surprisingly clear and illuminating. I find myself turning to it even when reading Homer, if I need to refresh myself about the functions of cases and tenses.
Also, Rodney Decker's website has many useful pdf files that he posted for his classes. There are several diagramed sentences from the ...
I am pleased (and a bit relieved) to announce release 1.1 of AGTM.
In addition to a few bug fixes, this release incorporates these enhancements:
1. help facility now fully documents the vocabulary tool
2. selective publishing of vocabulary entries
3. publishing vocabulary to RTF file (usable in MS Word, Wordpad)
4. 'shuffle' (randomize) function during vocabulary flashcard drills
I have already sent this version to all registered AGTM users. If you don't ...
hi guys, here's what i've got for these sentences:
1. The battle raged very fiercely from dawn until the ninth hour of the day.
pugnatum ferocissimum est prima luce nonas horas.
This is the one i'm most unsure about. No idea if you can put an adjective in between pugnatum and est. Is a preposition needed before prima luce? with nonas horas i'm going for "for nine hours" and not trying to translate "the ninth ...
I'm on Lesson VI in Pharr's book and it is explaining the second declension. My question is do nouns only belong to a single gender and declension (suppose first declension feminine
for a word like boulh/) while adjectives must have a male, female, and neuter declension? And that the adjectives gender is "chosen" out of the set of available declensions, like: kalo/j, kalh/, kalo/n--which are second declension male, first declension feminine, and second declension ...
A few days ago in a used music store I picked up the album "Revolution" by the Boukman Eksperyans, a Haitian group. I was familiar with one of the songs (Baron) and it was only $6, so I went ahead and bought it. What a bargain! A few of the songs are nothing special, but this CD has some great stuff. If you want to hear some different music, I recommend this album.