Re: looking for a book <-- found one.

From: Joseph A. Weaks (
Date: Tue May 09 2000 - 01:03:05 EDT

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<div>Ok, I found the course syllabus by David Cramer.&nbsp; The
pertinent book is</div>
<div><font face="Times New Roman" size="+3" color="#000000">D. M.
Ayers,<i> English Words from Latin and Greek Elements</i>, second
edition (revised by T. D. Worthen)</font>.</div>
<div>Never seen the book, but there are some reviews on Amazon
<div>Also, there are some good cognate lists on the online course
syllabus, which can be found at</div>
<div>At 11:26 PM -0500 5/8/00, Joseph A. Weaks wrote:</div>
<blockquote type="cite" cite>Final thought,</blockquote>
<blockquote type="cite" cite>At the University of Texas, where I
began Greek in my undergrad, there was a VERY popular elective on
campus called &quot;Latin and Greek Elements of the English
Language.&quot;&nbsp; I'm positive the course is still there, and
finding the syllabus for it would be great help.&nbsp; I might check
into that.</blockquote>

<div>-- <br>
+ Rev. Joseph A. Weaks<br>
+ Pastor, Bethany Christian Church, Dallas<br>
+ Ph.D. Student in Biblical Studies, Brite Divinity<br>
+ Minister of the Word<br>

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