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I've reached that point in my life where I've decided to have a go at ancient greek. Has anyone used this book before? I know there's a whole ancient greek omnibus on piratecove, I'm just intrigued by its method, as opposed to anthenaze and intro to attic greek.
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Ok /lit/, I am going to be straight to the point. I hate reading... books. The last book I have read was probably The Book Thief back in eighth grade. I'm a junior in high school now. Ever since the start of 9th grade, I have come to realize the fact that there is no need to read the assigned books. I've learned that chapter discussions and copying chapter guides that I could pass the test with an A or B. For example, in my AP Lang class, had I gone over the character list on Sparknotes in The Great Gatsby. I would have done well on the book portion of the test. The other portion that I did terribly on was the AP Exam multiple choice prep. I have begun to realize why read books when most of it is filler. It seems as though I am wasting seconds reading/seeing the words: the, a, and, and many other extraneous words. Does the Great Gatsby have any SAT or AP exam types of words in it? Do many books that are at this level have any scientific journal word choice? How can you force yourself to read repetitive words over and over again? I know about how the composition, language, and story of a book is what makes it good. I just don't understand how one can find joy in reading.

Spelling Test

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http://theoatmeal.com/quiz/twitter_spell It's called a Twitter spelling test on the site, but it's more of a generic spelling test. Post your scores when you're done. No cheating.

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