--- Gary Shannon <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> BTW: I was just browsing Amazon for a more
> comprehensive [Latin] grammar

Look into Sihler's "Comparative Grammar of Greek
and Latin", a regular mathomhouse for both of
those languages, plus a lot of information on PIE
and give lots of nice examples in other old IE

Of course, Allen and Greenough's "New Latin
Grammar" and Gildersleeves "Latin Grammar" are
also good, if older. But then, how much can CL
possible change in a century!? :) Persoally, I
prefer A&G over G, and S over both of the others.

Sihler has the 100% annoying habit of not
bothering to make an index for his book. A very
Bad Thing in an otherwise excellent resource.


la cieurgeourea provoer mal trasfu ast meiyoer ke 'l andrext ben trasfu.


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