Original Topic wrote:I am currently slowly going through Orberg's Lingua Latina, while increasing my Greek vocabulary (New Testament). I utilize the program SuperMemo (a flashcard program) to aid in my language learning. Since Lingua Latina doesn't utilize any English, I thought I would maintain the practice. I am putting the Lingua Latina Grammatica, Pensa and Vocabula into Supermemo, but I am using Greek definitions for the Vocabula. It is highly rewarding work to not have to think in English, but truthfully, it is painstaking.
So, even though people here may not utilize SuperMemo, I believe we could derive some benefit from a Q and A list that many flashcard programs can import.
Q: mater, tris, f.
A: MHTHR, MHTROS, H
I would like to divide the lists into chapters, so if someone wanted to utilize our lists, they would be able to import them incrementally.
I am using BibleWorks' font BWGRKL for my greek font, because it has the ability to easily do hyphens, semicolons, and the accent marks do not affect the line spacing.
I am primarily using Hederich's, Novum lexicon manuale Graeco-Latinum et Latino-Graecum, but will occasionally guess the word in Greek and reverse look it up in Lexicon graeco-latinum in libros Novi Testamenti. I did not pick these books for any particular reason besides that they were on Google books:
If you have any ideas, recommendations, or would like to participate, please comment.
Above is the original topic, but now I am attempting at dividing up the Latinum Question and Answer audio and importing it into SuperMemo.
A simulated impromptu conversation.