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Hi. I am learning Greek, not Latin. Here is a question non-the-less.<br />The school where my daughter attends has NULLA DIES SINE LINEA on the crest. (I assume this is Latin ???) Can someone tell me what this means? Thanks in advance.<br />
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Greetings from Episcopus!

(what's hello from episcopus in Latin?)<br /><br />Hello! I am episcopus and I epitomize the word 'beginner'!<br /><br />Please check my thread regarding Benjamin D'Ooge in Latin board!<br /><br />Thanks<br /><br />Finally I just want to say that I am extremely jealous of all these freaks' being able to read Ancient Greek?! Can you speak it?<br /><br />No well done I hope one day I may be able to too!<br /><br />First latin ...
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Homeric Greek: A Book for Beginners (Pharr)

Is anyone familiar with this book willing to offer me an opinion of how good of a teaching tool it is? I'm trying to teach myself Greek (I have a strong Latin background) and want to make sure there isn't a better book. Any recommendations or comments would be helpful.<br /><br /><br />Thanks,<br />Noah

Xenophon Translation Question

I am in the process of teaching myself ancient Greek. To that end I am translating Xenophon's Ways and Means. I think I understand the syntax of the following sentence but I am not totally sure. Part of my doubt is centred on the exceeding complexity of the syntactical rules that I am citing. To put it another way, I may be over thinking the sentence. Advice or feedback would be greatfully received. Anyway, here ...
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Many answers to questions needed experts :)

1. is i or i with macron pronounced as 'eye' or 'eee' ? like 'i' ! imperative -go!<br />if i without macron it i as in bit, and with macron is i as in machine, how would radii be pronounced?<br />2. is the dipthong ae pronounced 'eye' or 'ee'? I have heard different pronunciations for both i and ae. As in caesar 'seize 'er', but Galeae as 'gal ee eye'! <br /><br />so is it ...
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Latin For Beginners, Benjamin L. D'Ooge

Does anyone know where I may be able to purchase this book from? <br /><br />Please, it is the best grammar I have seen; however I cannot <br />possibly print out all 358 pages :(<br /><br />Moreover a proper book would be much better.<br /><br />Thankyou in advance!
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Latin for Dummies

Hello<br /><br />Has anyone read the book called 'Latin for Dummies'. If so please let me know what you thought of it. <br /><br />Andrew
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Another Publisher I thought of

I was just thinking I should post this publisher to Textkit. I have a few books from them and they have been excellent.<br />The publisher is Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, Inc.<br />The URL is: www.bolchazy.com
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Next Steps after Wheelock

Regardless of your opion of Wheelock, I am just finishing up a year of independent study using this text and am asking for your guidance on next steps. What would the other members of this group recommend as a next step text? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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The C

I note that some Greek text uses the character "c".<br /><br />What is "c"?<br /><br />Thanks<br /><br />Aprotosimaki
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