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Salvete!

Hi everyone,
I am new to Textkit and Latin. I am an independent learner and have just finished Chapter 2 in Wheelock's.
I homeschool my two kids, ages 10 & 8 and I hope to teach them Latin in the next couple of years or so.
I had one year of Latin in a Catholic high school way back in the 60's and loved it, but of course I wouldn't admit it to anyone.
Here ...
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Exercises from my Brazilian Latin book

Please I would like to ask you to correct my translation exercises.I am very well informed about the rules for translations exercises,so I beg you Just to put here the sentences I want to be correct,withoud my own,because since I speak portuguese it would take long to do this,I can assure you that a did it with my own effort because I am a self student,I study latin and greek just for my pleasure,so every ...
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Study Group

i'm just starting to work with d'ooge book and i'd like to know if there's any study group for this book

i've seen some for greek students and also for the popular wheelock's book (many of them... is wheelock's really the best learning latin book out there ?)
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Dictonary

I was wondering if anyone knew where i could find an Attic greek dictionary on-line for free. I figure there has to be one out there somewhere, or if anyone knows of a Latin Dic.
Thank you
Roxanne
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JWW exercises, paragraphs 549, 550, 551

some answer suggestions for lesson 59
many thanks for the last lot of corrections!

549
1. the flesh of these birds was sweeter
2. let us not be greater cowards than the other Greeks
3. the man has become most difficult at the end of his life
4. surely I have not(yet?) tasted a sweeter wine in a long time
5. they say that these, the ones who are taking part in an expedition to ...
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Plutarch

So, I'm trying to translate this bit from Plutarch. The reference says "Plutarch, Dem. 7". But I can't figure out what work this is... I want to find an english translation so I can check my work. Perseus doesn't seem to have it. Does anyone know what this is and where I can find it?

:)
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New Puzzle

Hi All,

A new puzzle is now online. I think I built it correctly :?. Please note that I won't post every time I build a new puzzle. At some point I will put a link at the website to allow folks to subscribe to the puzzle. This means you'll receive it by e-mail.

Please see http://www.textkit.com/greek-latin-foru ... php?t=2417 to get ...
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More Verse: Hipponactean Tetrameters

I motivated to play with a different metrical form last week. Technically, the verse is a trochaic tetrameter catalectic scazon. Isn't that a lovely name? Before I explain the meter, here are the symbols I'll use:

~ is a resolvable long (i.e., can be replaced by two short positions)
- is a long that must remain so
u is a short position
x is anceps, either long or short

The usual trochaic tetramenter catalectic is ...
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easy traslation

Hi,

I started to learn Latin and trying to translate some easy passages. I want to ask an easy sentence to translate:
'Damocles, amicus Dionysii, divitias tyranni semper laudabat et dicebat Dionysium fortunae filium esse.'

I translated this sentence like that: Damocles, the friend of Dionysius, praised the riches of the tyrants and always said that the fortune of Dionysius is his son.

Is that correct? I believe it's not ... please help..
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Which is the correct way to pronounce this?

I have seen GINOMAI pronounced with the ending AI sounding like a-hee. But then again I have seen it pronounced as AI just like the way it looks "ai" as in aisle. Are both pronounciations correct? Why would there be a difference between some grammars?
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