Re: Flip Chart

Mr. Timothy T. Dickens (
Thu, 12 Dec 1996 16:31:31 -0500 (EST)

At 02:32 PM 12/12/96 -0600, Doug Eckardt wrote:
>Does anybody know if there is something like a portable book format
>Flip Chart for Greek Grammar?
>I *think* I saw something like this. I am hoping that someone can
>help me.

I think I know what you are looking for. If I am correct, it really isn't a
flip chart. It is a 2-sided card with verb pardigms and noun stems important
enough to always have in front of you. Does this sound like what you are
looking for? Let me know.

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