Hillard and Botting 'Elementary Greek Translation' Key

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Hillard and Botting 'Elementary Greek Translation' Key

Post by tom_mouse » Fri Mar 12, 2010 2:54 pm

Hey everyone! :)

I was just wondering if a key to the above book was ever made/published, or if there were an online key somewhere to be found.
Anywhere people can point me I will be very grateful!

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Re: Hillard and Botting 'Elementary Greek Translation' Key

Post by faysal2009 » Fri Jul 16, 2010 1:57 pm

hi, i've been using this book, along with 'greek for beginners' l.a. wilding.
how far have you got? i'm only on the first 3 exercises. the fist 2 declensions.

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Re: Hillard and Botting 'Elementary Greek Translation' Key

Post by Cicero51 » Mon Aug 02, 2010 3:20 am

I have tried hard to find the answer key I have tried this site too but its not working . Has anyone doownloaded it from here?

http://dl-access.com/location.php?tcg=1 ... 0exercises

Is it a reputable site?

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Re: Hillard and Botting 'Elementary Greek Translation' Key

Post by rustymason » Sun Dec 30, 2012 6:29 pm

Is this book available for free download? I found the softcover on Amazon.com. Alas, no answer key have I found.

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Re: Hillard and Botting 'Elementary Greek Translation' Key

Post by Jeff Tirey » Thu Jan 03, 2013 4:26 pm

there are keys for North and Hillard composition books but I have never seen a key for Hillard and Botting.
If it does exists, your best bet is to search UK and Australian resources since these books were primarily used in there.

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Re: Hillard and Botting 'Elementary Greek Translation' Key

Post by Jeff Tirey » Thu Jan 03, 2013 4:26 pm

there are keys for North and Hillard composition books but I have never seen a key for Hillard and Botting.
If it does exists, your best bet is to search UK and Australian resources since these books were primarily used in those markets.

thanks,
Jeff
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Re: Hillard and Botting 'Elementary Greek Translation' Key

Post by Interaxus » Tue Apr 16, 2013 7:22 pm

Here's a similar Key at least:
http://www.worldcat.org/search?qt=world ... q=dt%3Abks

But of course those old keys are almost only from English to Greek, rarely from Greek to English. Maybe they considered the latter unnecessary. So there wouldn't be a Key to 'Elementary Greek Translation' would there...?

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