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Thread poster: Jacek Krankowski
Jacek Krankowski  Identity Verified
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Jan 10, 2003

Many people work to keep Latin alive, see this contemporary English>Latin dictionary:

http://members.aol.com/star174/search.htm



And should you need any Vocabula computatralia, here they are:

http://www.obta.uw.edu.pl/~draco/docs/voccomp.html



Other Latin dictionaries:

http://www.italatin.com/latin.html


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tradusport  Identity Verified
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très intéressant-`merci beaucoup Jan 10, 2003

One month ago I translated a text in sociology area and I had to look after some latin words...

This will be a big help for next time. Thank you again.

Good and happy new year.



Annie



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xxxmgonzalez
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Right you are. Jan 12, 2003

Ave, Jacek!


So much so that you even have Google in latin, in case you’re interested. And there\'s a radio station in Finland which transmits in Latin. Best regards. MG.

[ This Message was edited by:on2003-01-12 05:01]


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Te salutamus! Jan 15, 2003

What do people do today without Latin? How can a translator work without it? Look at all the techno-barbarians with their vicious computerized games. Music is reduced to a single note. The study of the classics is the answer. Now I\'m started...Thanks, Jacek.

RF


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Dylan Edwards  Identity Verified
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Vivat lingua latina! Jan 31, 2003

Devotees of Latin may be interested in the Czech composer, Jan Novak, who set Vergil and other Latin verse to music. His compositions include Latin songs to help children learn Latin.

Information about him can be found on:

http://www.bolchazy.com/auth/novak.html

and also on other websites in Latin, German, French, English, Czech...


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Andrea Bullrich  Identity Verified
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More... Jan 31, 2003

More Latin resources here:



http://www.slu.edu/colleges/AS/languages/classical/latin/tchmat/tchmat.html



Andrea


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Dylan Edwards  Identity Verified
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Thorough, clearly set out grammar Apr 20, 2003

See Greenough's New Latin Grammar on:
http://www.hhhh.org/perseant/libellus/aides/allgre/



[Edited at 2005-03-29 23:36]


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Libero_Lang_Lab  Identity Verified
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Couldn't agree more Jack Apr 21, 2003

I always chat to the local newsagent in Latin, and it comes in really handy when giving directions to taxi drivers

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