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i am new here :b

i like learning languages and i started to learn greek this month. however, i can't get more learning materials except the website: http://langintro.com/greek/ and a greek-english / english-greek dictionary of lexion.
i hope to learn greek and i do want to learn it well. can anyone here give me a hand? :oops:
thank you so much.
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Could someone tell me how to say:

"Stop reading Latin and get on with your job"
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Online Latin Courses

(I did a search of the forums but turned up nothing)

I've seen the Cambridge Latin Course online but I wonder if you know of, or can recommend, any others. Have you tried them? I can study at home and Textkit is a great resource but doing a course provides some motivation which is difficult to get as a self-study student.
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How to write Greek iambics for beginners

Hi all, I've put together a beginner's guide to writing Greek iambics, which is one of the main meters used in Greek tragedies, comedies and other Greek poetry.

I've tried to avoid technical terms where I can, and to describe the process or step-by-step method of composing, rather than just to catalogue the rules which must be obeyed. Will helped me out with it and is kindly hosting it on www.aoidoi.org ...
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Do you trust Internet?

When I tried to find an answer to my question about the change fro Saturday to Sunday in Christian practices, I visited various sites in the Internet. Though they had some interesting stuff and ideas, often I became alerted because they belonged to various sects which didn’t care to hide their attitude (which one wouldn’t describe as a friendly one) towards the official Catholic doctrines. Rather, they were quite attacking Vatican and by reciting old ...
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Plus Bello Gallico


I recently encountered a rather vexing sentence that I can't seem to smooth out. Welch and Duffield were supposed to be rather literal in their take on the closing chapters of Caesar's Bello Gallico - but this sentence just seems outlandish to me:

"Qua in re militum virtus admodem fuit laudanda; qui vectoriis gravibusque navigiis remigandi laborem non intermiserunt."

The first 'qua' is a connective relative that just refers to Casaer having landed his ...
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Emma 85 is a farmer

...aye she is 'get off my farm' she says to me today. Legendary voice. Big shout out to the farmer who would not say puffywuffy in a big german word because it is "doof".
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I apologize to everyone

I got upset since someone replied to my question below, asking that I pay for the help.

I checked the forum rules I realized that people here, mainly are not learning on their own but are students/professors (i think), etc.

I should have explained in the topic, my request was purely personal, not for assignments, etc.

My reply was also somewhat rude. I am sorry.

Thanks to those who replied....

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Hello to everyone,

I've found your site and I like it so much. There are a lot of good resources.
I am an Italian guy and I studied a lot of Greek and Latin when I was younger, but unfortunately I've forgotten most :(
I plan to study both languages in the next few months, so I can read some of text in original language.

Sorry in ...
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Unit 1 Ex - Section I - #13

Unit 1 Ex - Section I (pg 33) - #13

#13: Cum poeta e portis in viam ambulo (ambulabam).
M&F Key: I am walking (was walking) out of the gate onto the path.

Um... I think you missed the cum poeta part of the sentence.
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