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The best grammar? The best dictionary?

We're compiling a FAQ (frequently asked questions) section for Textkit, to cover a few things that come up a lot on the forum. For Koine matters I need some help.

What is the best Koine reference grammar currently available? If there are several, what level are they directed at? And I need the same information for dictionaries.

I'd prefer not more than 2-3 paragraphs tops for the FAQ answers if possible, so I don't need ...
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Quick Latin Traslation Please Help

Hi ive been looking every where to find a latin translator this is my last option
please can someone translate this following sentance i need it for a poster im doin anbout health and safety

"Health and safety does away with natural selection"

can some one translate that and email me at iainharris@gmail.com thanks sooooo much

Iain
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Life is good

This probably woun't mean an awful lot to those of you outside of the USA, but today I got to watch my first Yankees game (I'm a fairly big fan), spring training is here!! The long winter of boring football games is over it's time to start watching America's Pastime :P :P :P ...
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can you help me improve my memory

there must be someone in this ether who can refer me to history of the subject of memory training...of course I need not translate.

Do you have any knowledge of the latin word "nomenclator".

Is there any truth that Atilla set the nomenclators free, gave them a good salary and expenses, and sent them to Vienna,
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Your resident bishop's long-lost avatar

As you have probably guessed I am enduring currently some harsh times. I ask that you have sympathy for me and consider the ereption of my avatar long ago!



The purpose of this is to describe arbitrary iniuries to the bishop and I believe that this should stop, starting with my avatar rights back! What do you wise classicists think? Obviously the decision is left to the higher ...
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Classic Rap

I don't know if this has been mentioned before, but Sir Mix-A-Lot's song, Baby Got Back (lyrics at http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/sirmixal ... tback.html ) has been translated into Greek and Latin.

The Greek version (with a literal translation back into English) can be found here: http://www.student.richmond.edu/~zp8we/ ... m#_ftnref4

Unfortunately, on my machines most of the vowels show up as empty boxes ...
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I down loaded SPIonic howevernit doesnt look greek

I down loaded SPIonic however it doesnt look like a greek font to me.

it looks like boul\h or is that what it is supposed to look like, and what I need to do is learn another writing scheme?


Time to be hassled...

Hi there, just thought i'd introduce myself before I hassled you with all my questions (and there will be lots :) ).
I'm studying a science course at uni, so I'll be learning latin independantly (read: slowly), but that's cool.

edit: oh, and I'll be learning out of Wheelock's. Just got it a few days ago (after a 2 month wait, stupid backordering) and it looks pretty ...
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infinitive with nominative?

Hi, everybody:
Here is the beginning of a sentence:

Ei gar ousia te^s en hekasto^i arete^s ho heis hyparchein Logos tou THeou me^ amphibeble^tai, ktl.

The meaning is clear, yet I do not understand why "ousia", "ho", "heis", and "Logos" are in the nominative here, rather then in accusative (as the use of the infinitive "hyparchein" seems to me to require). Is there any rule which could explain this?

Many thanks in advance.
A.
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translation project - my supplication for assistance

Hello all,

For the rather informal Latin course I am currently taking at my university, I am required to translate a substantial (~200 words) passage from English into Latin. I have completed a tentative translation, but I would be delighted for some of the illustrious members of this forum to critique my effort. However, I realize that this passage's length may not encourage a casual effort. Whatever feedback I receive will be welcome. If you ...
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