edonnelly wrote:Another thing I did that I like was to divide it into 3 different pdf's -- one with the just lessons, one with just the grammar and one with just the vocabulary. That way, I can leave the lesson one open to whatever page I am working on and easily move through the other two as needed
To make the bookmarks and the hyperlinks, it takes the right tools, such as Adobe Acrobat Professional. Acrobat Reader will use those links, but cannot produce them.
Rank Beginner wrote:Hello. I am new to Textkit (today!) and to the Greek language. Is Pharr the place to start if I am interested in learning Greek in order to read the Classics.
Rank Beginner wrote:Many thanks to edonnelly.
Good article. Pharr it is!!
Chris Weimer wrote:Tertius Robertus wrote:per deos immortales
Is "per deos immortales" widely attested? Usually you just see "di immortales!"
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