This is off the topic of language, but well worth the attention of anyone interested in the ancient greco-roman world. Take a look at what Google’s “Street View” is doing in Rome.
I spent the day today in a training seminar on teaching English to speakers of other languages. I’ll be back to working on Greek tomorrow.
I spent Monday working on the next lesson for the online grammar, dealing with the middle voice. I hope to finish it in the next few days.
Cheryl A. Black and Stephen A. Marlett’s 1996 paper, “On Generating the Greek Noun Phrase,” for Working Papers of the Summer Institute of Linguistics is now available as a PDF download from http://eric.ed.gov.
Welcome to the new home of the Greek Language and Linguistics Blog. On Saturday, September 25, 2010 I began migrating the blog to its new home at Greek-Language.com. Until now it had been hosted at WordPress.com. I will keep it active there until I can assure that the traffic currently going there has made its way to the new location.
If you have linked to the blog at WordPress, please update your links to http://greek-language.com/grklinguist.
I hope you enjoy the new look, and I look forward to integrating the blog more fully with the other resources available here at Greek-Language.com.