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how is it in ancient Greek

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how is it in ancient Greek

Postby ddae73 » 2014-01-25, 23:23

how is it in ancient Greek:
Tomorrow, I am going to wake up, and read my Bible, then go to Church.

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Re: how is it in ancient Greek

Postby linguoboy » 2014-01-26, 0:59

They had neither Bibles nor Churches in Ancient Greece.

Would you settle for "Tomorrow, I am going to wake up, and read Epictetus, then go to the Stoa"?
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Re: how is it in ancient Greek

Postby Levike » 2014-01-26, 1:46

Or maybe it could be translated into Koine Greek?

Or if not then maybe replace church with temple and Bible with Book of God?
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Re: how is it in ancient Greek

Postby ddae73 » 2014-01-26, 11:22

Yes....
how is it in ancient Greek.... Tomorrow, I am going to wake up, and study my lesson, then go to temple.

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Re: how is it in ancient Greek

Postby Aisling » 2015-02-26, 10:59

ddae73 wrote:Yes....
how is it in ancient Greek.... Tomorrow I am going to wake up, study my lesson and then go to temple.


My Ancient Greek is very bad to translate but I can translate this into Modern Greek, since this is the Modern Greek forum.
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