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Oooh...

Some people give up smoking. Others give up drinking. I think I'm going to give up checking Amazon.com. I've just found Wheelock's 6th edition...$14.67. (Only $14.66 more than I have right now in spending money!) I"m practically salivating.
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Libraries

From Klewlis, in the post "Do you Use Book Covers"<br /><br />In north america *most* houses are wood. Only the old (or rich) ones are made of brick, and I can't think of any made of stone. Here it is about getting the houses built as quickly and cheaply as possible, so wood is the obvious choice. There's no room for expansion though if you live in the city, as you'd be running into your ...
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Pompey

According to Bartleby.com, this is the day the Roman general Pompey was born. <br /><br />How do they know exactly which day he was born?
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Help in a Tavern

Hello.<br /><br />i have a rather simple question.<br />in the sentence "in tabernis puellae non sunt" why is the "taberna" in the dative case? (or is it ablative?) <br />it just doesn't make sense to me.<br /><br />thanx anyway,<br />Ronen
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Where are you up to in D'Ooge?

If you are working through D'Ooge's book, how far have you progressed? <br /><br />I myself am up to lesson XXV, the future active indicative of rego and audio, which means that I have finished about a quarter of the book.<br /><br />Also, I'm wondering how D'Ooge's work compares to a typical university course. Does the book correspond to a month, a semester, a year, or can such comparisons not be made?
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William Whitaker's WORDS Dictionary

<br />I know this has been mentioned many times in the threads, but I don't think it has ever been mentioned here. So here it is.<br /><br />William Whitaker's WORDS Dictionary. An online Latin Dictionary. You can also download it onto your computer.<br /><br />http://users.erols.com/whitaker/words.htm
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halfway... :)

phil and I are officially halfway through wheelock, about to start chapter 21! I believe that is one semester's worth.<br /><br />I am celebrating with m&ms.<br /><br />:)
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hic haec hoc?

i don't understnad how this works what so ever does anyone else?
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How do you adjectivize a verb?

<br />Let's say I want to say "drenched".<br /><br />I know the verb for "to drench" is madefacere.<br /><br />How would I turn this verb, madefacere, into an adjective?<br /><br /><br />For example, the French verb is tremper. One could adjectivize this by making it trempé(e). Is it possible to do something similar in Latin?<br /><br />
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