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Some months ago, we had a discussion about a Greek podcast - someone from Eclassics started producing the course from Kendrick, and I was hopeful, when suddenly, after a few lessons were posted online, the whole thing vanished into thin air, and the person producing it disappeared off the edge of the earth. Anyway, Latinum is now pretty well established, and I want to improve my Greek - so I am starting work on a new Greek podcast - it will use Kendrick's Greek Ollendorff, and some other stuff as well. I will use the tonal accents (which I use in my Latin anyway) The podcast is now live -
I've recorded the first episode.

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Comment by Karl Schudt on January 28, 2010 at 10:58pm
Euge! Hooray!

Thanks very much for this.
Comment by Laura Gibbs on January 28, 2010 at 10:59pm
Wow, Evan, that is so exciting! I will put a note in my blog post for Friday!!!
Comment by Molendinarius on January 29, 2010 at 4:29am
I have a copy of the Greek version of the Orbis Sensualium Pictus as well. The plan is, once Kendrick is completed - I'm not sure how long that will take, it is a reasonably thick book - I will make a Latin-Greek audio version of the Orbis. I can find a section of the vestibulum in Greek, but not the whole text. Comenius' Janua Lingvarum also exists in a Classical Greek version. Then, I will produce some other Latin-Greek audio versions, as I suspect this combination will be useful. It will be slow going, however, but as you and I know,Laura, a little bit today, and a little bit tomorrow, and soon, there is a huge amount.

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