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How do you use Textkit?

Okay, i just finished a huge project and I have a bit more free time, which is good because the start of the new school year is upon us.

I want to create some Textkit marketing material that highlights the different ways visitors use Textkit's downloadable PDFs. One barrier I often encounter is the questions, "why not just buy the book?"

Me, I love the printed word too and I don't read anything lengthy on ...
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what is the difference between subjuntive and optative ?

could pls anybody give some explaination of the two diffrence mood in general using .it is intimidating when we use those of the moods.
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May you live forever

How do would one translate: "May you live forever" or "live forever"
i looked it up and i got these:
Esto perpetua - Let it be forever
Esto perpetue - May you last for ever

is that right, is there anythign closer?
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The "sin" of transverbalization?

When you read Latin do you transverbalize?

Should we be doing it this way?
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Okay I'm not taking Greek next year after all

I'm very sad about this because I've been waiting a long time to take this class but I'm trying to be optimistic.

What are your thoughts about independent study? I'm going to have a hectic schedule during school but I really want to learn Greek.
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Matt 19:3 and 6

Since the pharisees are asking if it is lawful in the sense of possible ( ecestin ). Isn't Christ's answer essentially NO! with the imperative

mh xwrizetw (Matt 19:6)?

In other words, divorce is Not possible for every cause and then He stipulates the causes making divorce possible in the sentences following?
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I have a problem here...


Does anybody know what does this mean: "There are indeed a few authorities who deny Greek tense any temporal force" or where can I find out?

Thanks a lot
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'Papam habemus!'

Quid vos diceretis si fore ego ut Papa sanctique eius Archepiscopi confestim conspicerentur, forentve haud in conspectu sed saltem nobis proximi. His foris diiudico aspectum a me praebitum esse attribuendum, omnibus in discendam latinam. Semper plus vobis minimam Papae urbem commotionis praeferre promitto, in praesenti iam tamen aeger diu hic, idcirco ne una quidem acta caerimonia. At ubi mi episcope, ex me rogetis, archepiscopi vel sacerdotes? Patientiam contra exclamem habeatis! Papa profecto e regia coorta ...
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You have been Versified

All this Versifying makes me ask a simple question to myself: what is the point of this? If the Romans copied Greeks then is it natural to require that any Latin poem be in a rigid verse which often causes people to restrict their expression to a set order. I know the slight freedom in cases, elision, spondees for dactyls etc. but why must you put a strong caesura in the third foot? And what ...
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hi, i hope this is the right place to ask this......

i'm looking to get a latin tattoo, hear me out, my wife dumped me for my best friend so i want something that has meaning

convalesco singularis seems to make sense, will someone let me know if this is improper b4 it becomes permanent
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