The water pot is left at the doorstep. I say, beware false prophets and keep your trousers on.
Hydria in limine apponitur. Attendite à falsis prophetis et nolite detrahere bracas, aio.
Kyneto Valesio wrote:insofar as it might be necessary to choose a "dialect" (which is not at all clear to me) i would opt for "neo latin".
Kyneto Valesio wrote:were neo-latin students in the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries more bewildered by the ancient texts because they were first taught using corderius, erasamus, or some similar neo-latin method?
Kyneto Valesio wrote:and you probably do pretty well negotiating a variety of dialects from rap to elizabethan - we all learn to handle a variety of english dialects - informal youth dialect, talking head analyst dialect, cockney dialect, southern etc. do you get confused?
Kyneto Valesio wrote:when we learn spanish don't we first learn modern spanish and then on that basis later read cervantes if so inclined. or should cervantes be taught first?
Kyneto Valesio wrote:it is not actually necessary to choose according to me. neo-latin proposed a return to classical norms didn't it - but with expanded vocabulary!
Interaxus wrote:By the way, what happened to that Latin encyclopedia game project?
Interaxus wrote:But the thought of porting it to a modern Web platform totally daunts me.
Interaxus wrote:Visual Basic 2005 Express Edition does contain the Visual Basic 6.0 converter, so it is a way to evaluate feasibility of conversion from older versions of Visual Basic.
Interaxus wrote:So chances are I’ve ‘lost my assets’.
adrianus wrote:Thanks, Lex. It's not the tools that I lack but the specialist knowledge and experience required.
Lex wrote:There's a lot of good study material on Visual C++ out there
adrianus wrote:I have too many reasons not to start.
adrianus wrote:Well, as a llama, Lex, you have the advantage of being able to take in more oxygen and of having nice wool, so you can go higher and carry more.
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