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Where to find editions with larger font sizes

In an earlier thread, anphph asked where to find 'critical' editions. http://www.textkit.com/greek-latin-forum/viewtopic.php?f=36&t=65232. I on the other hand am looking for editions with larger fonts. As an example, I cite the Pleiade edition of the 7 volumes of Proust's Recherche versus the Folio Editions of the same. The Pleiade edition makes my eyes very tired very quickly, but the Folio Edition works okay. (Did I mention that I am old?)
Some of the older editions from ...


INFINITIVE CLAUSE SYNTAX IN THE GOSPELS

Couple of days ago unearthed a 40 year old thesis which gives a snapshot of what was going on in NT linguistics from structuralism to generative grammar. It is written in style which is somewhat more accessible to students in that it was written by a student.

INFINITIVE CLAUSE SYNTAX IN THE GOSPELS Edgar J. Lovelady
http://faculty.gordon.edu/hu/bi/ted_hil ... intive.pdf
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Are these contract verbs?

Are all of these contract verbs?:
ἀπορεω
ἐλευθεροω
νικαω
πολμαω
Sorry if these seems like a simple question - I can't tell from greek dictionaries whether they are contract or not. I'm just assuming they are because their stems (of their uncontracted forms) end in α/ε/ο
(I've left out accents because I do not know how to use them yet)
Thank you!
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Where to start with Greek verbs?

Where do you begin to tackle the monster that is the Greek verb system? I would reckon the present tense, but I've heard it's the hardest tense to tackle. Should I start there anyways?
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Greek Mythology

I am fan of movies showcasing about greek myths like greek gods, may I know if the movies we've watched like Clash of the Titans were exactly the same written in books?
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ut after verb of fearing, and other difficulties

Horace, Satires, I, 4, lines 29 ff.

Context: because in satire the poet focuses attention of the failings of men, and because there are so many failings, there is much room for satire. The quotation is one example, the merchant.

hic mutat merces surgente a sole ad eum, quo
vespertina tepet regio, quin per mala praeceps
fertur uti pulvis collectus turbine, nequid
summa deperdat metuens aut ampliet ut rem.


Translation:

This man trades ...
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Ben-Hur Translation Page 27: And They Are Off!

Previous pages.

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Many thanks for your help!

One hundred thousand cheering spectators from all parts of the Roman empire crowd the stadium at Antioch on the afternoon of the great race.

Tempore magni certaminis pomeridiano centum millia ex omnibus sub Romano imperio locis spectatores plaudentes stipant circum Antiocheum.

Τῆς τοῦ μεγάλου ἀγῶνος δείλης δέκα μύριοι ἐκ πάντων τῆς τῶν Ῥωμαίων βασιλείας τόπων θεαταὶ κροτοῦντες ἀναπληροῦσι τὸν Ἀντιόχειον ἱππόδρομον.

By ...
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Good Modern Greek Pronounciation Resources for Ancient Greek

I have spend most of my time studying Latin, but I want to return eventually to teaching myself Greek again. I am thinking about using modern Greek pronunciation for several reasons.

Anyway, do you know of any good audio resources that use modern Greek pronunciation? I am hoping to find a wide range of audio (e.g., classical Greek, Bible (got that covered already), Athenaze, and perhaps an audiobook of some beginner type book). Do any ...
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Split from My Greek Reading

jeidsath wrote:I think that you need to post these to a board frequented by modern Greeks if you want a constructive criticism. To my ears, your τ sounds too much like the English t, but you should really go to someone who speaks the language. Here are two recordings of Revelation 15 with a modern Greek pronunciation to compare against:

Spiros Zodhiates: https://soundcloud.com/joel-eidsath/rev ... chapter-15
Apostolos Vavilis: ...
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Athenaze Level?

Once I finish Athenaze (although I'm nowhere near the end), what level of Greek will I be at?
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