Thanks for the welcome, Jeff. The only Goodwin I know is W W Goodwin, author of A Greek Grammar (2nd edition, 1894), which is my chief reference book for grammar and syntax. The text I'm using for Homer is the old Oxford edition, edited by Monro and Allen.Jeff Tirey wrote:Welcome pjr - did you read using the Goodwin Homeric readers?
anglocath wrote:Greetings, I am in my second semester of Latin at Miami U. in Ohio.
My name is Param Vyas. I know Sanskrit and it has been a dream of mine to complete the triumvirate - so to speak. ( Ever since I read Sir William Jones' quote anyway. ) So here we are. Any suggestions on which one I should learn first?
KatieB wrote:"Come off sounding like an odd-ball on your first post, and it will get your account deleted."
Oh dear! At least give me 2 or 3 more chances because sometimes people look at me like I'm odd even though I thought I was being perfectly normal...
I am a homeschooling mom using the classical model. Although I took Latin in college I am finding it difficult to teach my children because none of the curricula designed for children are any good.
Also, I have forgotten everything I learned since college and need help with a few things. Right now we are using Classical Latin by Mckeown. It is a little advanced for my younger student, but like I said, the Latin programs for children are not good. At least none that I have seen.
Hey! I'm Timothy Scott Lawson...I've been plumbing since I was 16...
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