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Pharr Discussions By Chapter

I have compiled a list of discussions from this forum and sorted them by chapter in Pharr. I also included any discussions about book I of the Iliad and assigned them to the corresponding Pharr chapter that deals with the lines in question. I think there's a lot of great information buried in this forum that gets lost because people don't see it. I'm hoping this will help people working their way through Pharr, since ...


Using Greek Characters: Quick Note for Windows Users

Using Greek Characters: Quick Note for Windows Users out there - Windows XP, specifically

Contrary to what one might think, it is very easy to use Greek Characters on your computer - if you are using the Windows Operating System - especially if you are using Windows XP. You simply need to go into the Control Panel and choose the Regional and Language Options which is the little desk globe icon (it's listed alphabetically). ...
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About the Composition Board

Version 0.1, May 2 2005

For our purposes, composition means any text you might produce in Latin or Greek longer than a single sentence. For conversation in Latin or Greek, you should visit the Agora. For single phrase questions, or questions about exercises from non-composition textbooks, you should visit the usual Greek or Latin forums.

Otherwise this forum is composition workshop, like a writers' workshop: post your work with questions about style or vocabulary, comment ...
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The Greek Dialects: Where to Start

Before you can answer the question "which Greek dialect should I study first" you need to know the answer to "what do I want to read in Greek." Unless you're studying at a school, where you're unlikely to have a choice in the matter, your intended reading matter determines the best plan of study.

If you're going to read only the NT and related Koine works, then you should probably study Koine.

If you plan ...
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Greek fonts

For information on the Greek font which Textkit uses and how to use it, see this post in the Learning Greek forum.
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RULES OF THE LATIN BOARD

Welcome to the Latin Forum :D

This forum is here to provide help to those in the process of learning Latin, and also to discuss topics specifically geared towards Latin and Rome no matter what your level of education or knowledge of Latin. Post as much as you like or just lurk around, but please do make your posts meaningful. If you feel you can help, ...
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Asking for Homework/Translation Help

The Textkit Greek and Latin Forum was created to help site visitors meet and help each other improve their Greek and Latin skills. With that in mind, it is acceptable to request help with translations. However there are a few guidelines you should follow when requesting help.

Guidelines
I. Keep your translations brief - no more than a few sentences. While there are many helpful posters here who would probably love to translate your text, ...
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Benissimus' Wheelock's Answers - A Wheelock Answer Key

The Benissimus answer key is no longer available on Textkit.

Adult learners in search of the answer key may contact academic@harpercollins.com for more information.
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