This isn't homework, so no worries about helping me cheat or anything silly like that. Basically I just need a little push in the right direction, I wonder of someone might be so kind as to render the first four sentences into English so my comprehension can benefit? I can READ them, and even get a rough idea of their meaning, but my brain gets confused when i see the genitive and accusative cases, because I'm not sure of the MEANING I'm supposed to be deriving.
For example, #3. Anthropon psukas? You have the genitive plural and the accusative plural... lively men? Men full of life?
And #1. Logos is a masculine noun, you've got sophou genitive singular, sophos the masculine form of the adjective, and estin meaning 'it is'. Individually I know all the words but how do you put it all together as a complete, comprehensible sentence?
Link to my public dropbox so you all can see the picture of the sentences in question. I'm an undergrad but this isn't school related so I don't have any professor guiding me through this, hence my brain is prone to confusion.
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/31300764/Photo% ... %20PM.jpeg