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Is there a CD with the sounds of the alphabet?

My son started taking latin in school and
I'm trying to learn with him, but I having
a hard time with the correct pronounceation.
Is there a CD that I could purchase that would
help me with this?
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Hey i rarely post here, but just another quick question...

I am wondering what the word for wisdom is?

Thanks in advance!
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Exercise Key from § 237 on

Does anyone have the Latin to English translations from §237 on ?

Can anyone send me them or tell where I can find them.

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JWW exercises, paragraphs 562, 563, 564

some further suggested answers . . . thank you for the last corrections!

1. Cyrus, being both at a loss and vexed by these things, summoned Clearchus
2. it seems best to me (that) we ask Cyrus what use he wishes to make of us
3. for we say that they are more cowardly about us, than we are about them / their behaviour towards us is worse than ours towards them
4. and ...
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I have two questions on Latin pronunciation:

I. Does Latin use the trilled R in every Latin word with R in it or just in the alphabet?

II. Does the short o sound like the o in pot or the o in pole?
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Amor vincit omnia...

I'm currently reading the Canterbury Tales, and in the prologue this Latin phrase is mentioned, "Amor vincit omnia". With my rudimentary Latin skills I translated this "Love ___ all," and inferred "Love conquers all." I'm just wondering if I am right. :)
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Epictetus Discourses 1:1

Has anybody here tried to read Epictetus? Is it just me or is this greek extremely difficult? (I thought he would be a piece of cake because I'm very familiar with him in translation and I read that his greek usage was similar to biblical greek).

Anyway,heres my actual question.

Epictetus Discourses 1:1
*tw=n a)/llwn duna/mewn ou)demi/an eu(rh/sete au)th\n au(th=s qewrhtikh/n, ou) toi/nun ou)de\ dokimastikh\n h)\ a)podokimastikh/n.

Here is my best guess:
You will ...
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Intensive Biblical Greek Summer Course

I would like to learn Biblical Greek, but I am not close to an institution that teaches it. I would like to go someplace for a summer to do an intensive course. I would also like to receive undergraduate credit for it. Does anyone know of such a program?


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H & Q Unit 10 English to Greek

Could someone help me check these English to Greek sentences please?

The themes of this unit are:
1. Third declension nouns and adjectives
2. omicron contracted verbs
3. verbs contracted in the future
4. result clauses
5. compound verbs

1. Let us order the priest to leave all the goats for the mother of the king in order that she may sacrifice on behalf of the soliders who won. (Express the purpose in two ways) ...
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'Brevissimae bracae' is Latin for hotpants

September 1, 2004

The Vatican has come up with some new Latin descriptions that have not received a universal welcome. Elizabeth Day reports from London.

As the iuvenis voluptarius might say: "Put on your brevissimae bracae femineae and let's go to the taberna nocturna and drink some vinum rubrum Burdigalense."

The Vatican has helpfully produced a new lexicon of modern words in Latin, providing translations for such non-classical terms as playboy, hotpants, nightclub and merlot. ...
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