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The first thing:

http://www.romfea.gr/arthra-apopseis/22816-2014-03-09-16-53-32

You do not need to translate in full, just give a summery of the page and the comments after :) :)

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'Gortynos Jeremias' suggestion against the heresy of Papism'-title page

Jeremias is a Metropolitan. And I think he's suggesting that the Holy Synod deals with 'the heresy of Papism'.

I am not a native Greek speaker, just inferring based on what I do know of Greek... which is Koine.
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The first thing:

http://www.romfea.gr/arthra-apopseis/22816-2014-03-09-16-53-32

You do not need to translate in full, just give a summery of the page and the comments after :) :)

I will give you a thumbs up as payment  ;D

Do your own homework if Google Translate isn't good enough.  :police:
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The article discusses the debate between Barlaam and St. Gregory Palamas which took place in 1351.

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The first thing:

http://www.romfea.gr/arthra-apopseis/22816-2014-03-09-16-53-32

You do not need to translate in full, just give a summery of the page and the comments after :) :)

I will give you a thumbs up as payment  ;D

Do your own homework if Google Translate isn't good enough.  :police:

how do i do that help!
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I tried rossetta stone but it is so expensive , i made a mistake to get the online year one rather than getting the cds

and i do not want to by greek for dummies  ;D even though i am a dummy  ;D
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The first thing:

http://www.romfea.gr/arthra-apopseis/22816-2014-03-09-16-53-32

You do not need to translate in full, just give a summery of the page and the comments after :) :)

I will give you a thumbs up as payment  ;D

Do your own homework if Google Translate isn't good enough.  :police:

how do i do that help!

I realize that English is not your first language, but your post is complete gibberish.
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I tried rossetta stone but it is so expensive , i made a mistake to get the online year one rather than getting the cds

and i do not want to by greek for dummies  ;D even though i am a dummy  ;D

Not my problem.

Grow up, Gunnarr.
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The first thing:

http://www.romfea.gr/arthra-apopseis/22816-2014-03-09-16-53-32

You do not need to translate in full, just give a summery of the page and the comments after :) :)

I will give you a thumbs up as payment  ;D

Do your own homework if Google Translate isn't good enough.  :police:

how do i do that help!

I realize that English is not your first language, but your post is complete gibberish.

actually it is  ;)

but I meant to say, How do I do that? Help!

Usually, when I have trouble reading these things in translators, I go to each word and see alternatives by clicking on the word, and can form understandable sentences from that, but even then google translate does not have all greek words in its dictionary it seems. So, I posted here, since I thought maybe people who know greek who would want to practice could summarize it

As to growing up, that will not help my learn greek at all, I hear that the older one gets the harder it is to learn a language. It is unfortunate back in high school I took french class.

There used to be a youtube channel of byzantine chant with the sheet music (I do not know the proper name for it) in the old form not the western notation. I would usually just watch those and read along the lyrics, since the singing is no where near as fast as speaking and that helped a lot. Sadly that channel got taken down

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Re: Hey does anyone want to translate something!? COME ON IT WILL BE FUN
« Reply #10 on: March 13, 2014, 01:11:44 AM »
I tried rossetta stone but it is so expensive , i made a mistake to get the online year one rather than getting the cds

and i do not want to by greek for dummies  ;D even though i am a dummy  ;D

You're buying the wrong programs. Rosetta Stone is a scam.

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As to growing up, that will not help my learn greek at all, I hear that the older one gets the harder it is to learn a language. It is unfortunate back in high school I took french class.

I have heard that it is harder, but it is still possible scientifically. The Language Acquisition Device never grows defective.
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Re: Hey does anyone want to translate something!? COME ON IT WILL BE FUN
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As to growing up, that will not help my learn greek at all, I hear that the older one gets the harder it is to learn a language. It is unfortunate back in high school I took french class.

Nonsense. I took German in high school, and soon was top of the class for five years. The pity is that I was never able to maintain my German after leaving school, so, many years later, I'm very rusty.

By contrast, I have picked up a liturgical language quite different to the one I was most familiar with. I hear and deal with this language regularly, so my comprehension of it continues to improve.
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Re: Hey does anyone want to translate something!? COME ON IT WILL BE FUN
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