Parsifal wrote:Greetings to all,
My name is Nathan, and am evidently interested in learning both the Greek and Latin language. I am an absolute beginner who has neither an understanding of the clear methodical approach that is needed to learn the classical languages nor do I have a general idea as to where I must begin - hence with any luck ... someone on this forum may be kind enough to point me in the right direction in regards to "learning the basics" in step-by-step manner?
I shall be attending my regional University mid next year to thus further my study of the classical languages. However, I wish to be first and foremost acquainted with the languages and am thus searching for help on this forum - I am sure there are many of you here on this forum whom have quite an extensive knowledge of the classical languages, so I am relying on you.
Whatever help any fellow forum-dweller can provide would be greatly appreciated.
Irma wrote:I had a two undergrad majors, History and Ancient Studies. At one point my Latin was fairly good. Then I wandered off to grad school and became a Victorianist. That meant reading quite a bit of "Cambridge" Latin.
MikeC1956 wrote:Have I asked the wrong question in a wrong place?
millingcooper wrote:I LOVE the anti-spam policy you've got too. There are so many idiots posting spam, I block a new one from my own forum almost every day. Monitoring the first posts is brilliant.
tomtom wrote:I also speak Japanese and Mandarin Chinese, relatively conversationally!
furrykef wrote:tomtom wrote:I also speak Japanese and Mandarin Chinese, relatively conversationally!
こんにちは！ テキストキットへようこそ！ 僕も日本語を勉強していますが、中国語も文語も勉強していません。それらも勉強したいですが、時間がありません・・・・
("Hi, Welcome to Textkit! I'm studying Japanese too, but I'm not studying Chinese or Classical Japanese. I'd like to study them too, but I don't have time...")
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