Emma_85 wrote:He's definatley won, Kerry's just conceded. 4 more years of Bush ... OMG...
One time I bought a CD by this band, just because I liked the cover art so much. The CD was "Diary." I had never heard of them, and had no idea whether they had a following.jeff wrote:listening to sunny day realestate right now...
Instead of but however, maybe try but nevertheless, or but yet or but still. (Still in the logical sense, not the temporal sense.) Or maybe even and yet.pb wrote:It may be said to consist of such great fluidity but
however the most minute fineness of the material.
It's not mythology, but the original Hänsel and Gretel is pretty twisted.Kopio wrote:I was wondering if you guys had read and would like to share your personal favorite(s) twisted stories from mythology.
Does your book mention principal parts? The future active & middle is formed from a different principal part than the present active & middle. For regular verbs there are rules for deriving the second principal part from the first, but (as you know) not all verbs are regular, so in principle there is no sure way to predict what the future is. You just have to know the princpal parts of the verb.Lucan wrote:Thanks for your help. It appears that I've just been missing out several of the steps involved- namely elongating the vowel in contracted forms and then adding the sigma, even if the verb itself ends in [size=134]λ μ ν ρ. But despite this there still seem to be some oddities that I think I'll have to pick up these as I go along.
By the way, is it possible to form a double-diminutive, in Latin?Democritus wrote:For "hot pants" how about braculae calentes ?