From: Carl W. Conrad (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu May 17 2001 - 12:44:06 EDT
At 12:14 PM -0400 5/17/01, Richard Ghilardi wrote:
>Randall Buth EGRAYEN,
>All I want of Greek students
>is to recognize that knowing a language, like English
>or Greek, or German or Hebrew, does not mean being able to say
>"3xmyg, meaning 'verb' in its fourth function",
>it means being able to follow the thought in the language itself at
>which implies being able to paraphrase in the same language
>without much further thought as well.
>And anything less does not qualify as 'knowing a language' in most parts
>of the world when sitting down to discuss whatever over a cup of coffee.
>DIA O LEGW TOIS MAQHTAIS MOU
>OTI OU GINWSKW THN ELLHNIKHN GLWSSAN
>ALLA MANQANW AUTHN
>EIQE MANQANOIMI THN GLWSSAN KAI THN hELLHNIKHN KAI THN hEBRAIKHN PARA SOI
>DIDASKALWi Buth. ALL' OIMOI, OUK EWSI MOI OUQ' O KAIROS OUTE TA CRHMATA.
>AFES MOI THN KAKHN hELLHNIKHN MOU.
>AUTOU CARITI SOS (EIMI),
>Richard Ghilardi -- email@example.com
hOSTIS AN TAUTA GRAFEIN DUNHTAI OU DEITAI OUDE CRONOU OUDE CRHMATWN, OUDE,
hWS EMOIGE DOKEI, TOIOUTOU TINOS DIDAKALOU. EGW GAR OUDEMIAN hELLHNIKHN
KAKHN ANAGINWSKW EN THiDE THi EPISTOLHi. hOMWS DE PROSEUCESQAI DUNAMEQA
hAPANTES PLEIONA MAQEIN.
Carl W. Conrad
Department of Classics/Washington University
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