I'm interested in studying Greek and Latin to further my morphological understanding in English and Romance languages. Latin is easy and comes in Classical form only at my institution. Greek is offered in separate Attic and Demotic courses.
I don't need to achieve usable proficiency in Greek, just to expand my language background. Which would you recommend that I take?
I am just new here. a friend linked my poll on the spelling
of "dilemma/dilemna" and there were a good many responses from
I wonder if those interested in that problem would be
interested in my line of research (if that is the word for
it) today leading to the invention of the word
dilemniscate which ,if adopted, would give us
a fully legitimate "dilemn" at least.
It is in my own entry today.
Unfortunately my journal defaults
do not allow comment except from friends, though new friends
In the compound 少子化社会対策会議, should 社会 be treated as a suffix of 少子化, or a prefix of 対策? I'd have said the latter, but I can imagine 少子化社会 being current terminology.
EDIT: Oh wow, wait, no, actually, it's almost certainly the former. D'oh. But clarification is appreciated nonetheless. :P
Hi, this should be easy.
I'm looking for a friend (and possibly myself) for online German language instruction (reading, writing, and/or audio) for someone who already has a basic understanding of German. My friend has already found the Deuschewelle and Rosetta Stone sites, but is looking for other sources if they exist.