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Hello/How long should it take

Hello all,

I just discovered this site, and I wish I had found it earlier. What a great site! For a long time, I thought I was the only one in the universe teaching himself Greek. B'bye, vacuum.

I am presently on Lesson 27, and this represents about a year of on-and-off study. Now, this "on-and-off" business has really got to go, because I waste so much time relearning.

So I've taken to making small ...
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The Episcopal Christmas Message

Since the Pope himself gives a christmas message it is only apt that I your resident bishop say a few simple yet serious things about the coming year. May it bring to all less of harsh times and much enjoyment seek it before you perish. It is snowing here and I can feel all the little girls jumping with joy. Which annoys me, so without further a-do, this is in Latin of course.

a. Papae ...
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translation help

Pax vobis,

As an exercise, I translate my relatives' postcards into Latin. How did I do on this one from my grand son?

Ad mare in Cameronem oppidibusque Holly Littorem itineret. Multas palus erit, ex quos populos pisces comportet. Uxor meam adductis student piscatoribus non possent.Ad civitate Lafayettem profiscitur. Visitet oppido Cajunes superioribus,Vermillionville, videt domus et naves et machines agricolibus suos. Pisces fritusque frumentari cibus nostris facent. Post media die, ex tempesta, visitet domus Moutonem,agricola ...
Read more : translation help | Views : 580 | Replies : 0 | Forum : Learning Latin

Introduction - Peter Keller


My name is Peter Keller. I've been interested in learning Ancient Greek for a few years but only now have I been able to devote enough time to it to get anywhere. I'm interested in guitar playing (speed metal/spanish classical), artistry (drawing, pen & ink, charcoal), languages (both human and programming), all things related to computer programming/algorithms (especially AI and graphics), and mathematics. I'm generally an autodidact but I do have a college degree ...
Read more : Introduction - Peter Keller | Views : 949 | Replies : 7 | Forum : Open Board

Does any one else...

...hate christmas?

1. Damn adverts before and after (Sales)
2. Stupid songs fa la la la la PUT Dr. Dre "the watcher" or Busta Rhymes "Survival Hungry "
3. Crazy Christian sermons on TV (I am a bishop I already know that Mary according to nature des Inversen Laws was a virgin!)
4. Alcohol (stops muscle growth)
5. Hypocritical drunk adults (ooh my daughter is not sleeping up your house you FOREIGNER but I will ...
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Happy Holidays!

:D :D :D :D :D
Read more : Happy Holidays! | Views : 3454 | Replies : 18 | Forum : Open Board


Why does Latin not have an emphatic yes or no? And how is it that Spanish and French do have these words?

Quis ab bello contra Iraqem non mutatus est? aut bello ullo?
Read more : Yes? | Views : 5683 | Replies : 13 | Forum : Wheelock's Latin

definite article with names

Hello, I have a very basic question. I'm not actually learning Greek, I'm just using Perseus to do some research and I've come across a Greek usage that I want to check.

What does it mean when the definite article is used with a name? Specifically, I was looking for instances of the name *)/arghn (Argen) and found two different usages. One was the name for one of the kyklopes, along with Brontes and Steropes. ...
Read more : definite article with names | Views : 685 | Replies : 1 | Forum : Learning Greek

Teaching Latin Suggestions

Ok, I'm going to teach someone Latin, I'll probably be using Ecce Romani (I own the collection) but in a hurried pace, and then move on to Eutropius. Sounds good? What about dollars? $15 American sounds OK? Any suggestions?
Read more : Teaching Latin Suggestions | Views : 1887 | Replies : 10 | Forum : Learning Latin

Kala\ Xristou/genna!

See you all next week!
Read more : Kala\ Xristou/genna! | Views : 597 | Replies : 2 | Forum : Open Board


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