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NEWLY POSTED: answers and notes for Hansen and Quinn, Unit IV

If you’re just here for the Greek, then, as promised, I’ve posted my guide to Unit IV of Hansen and Quinn on the Greek Resources page. I’ve also posted some corrections to a couple of other units, and I’m not entirely certain they aren’t corrections of corrections. I’ve switched platforms, word processing software, and keyboards once or twice since I embarked on this project, and I think every time I have done so it is has given rise to accenting errors on my part. Apologies.

On the other hand, I’ve managed to post a new unit within roughly six weeks of the last one. I will do what I can to Unit 5 posted within that same timeframe.

As always, if you have questions, comments, requests, complaints, insults, “your mom” jokes in Greek, whatever, e-mail them to me, leave as a comment, send smoke signals (no promises I’ll get them or understand them if you do send smoke signals, however), and I’ll see what I can do.

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5 Responses to “NEWLY POSTED: answers and notes for Hansen and Quinn, Unit IV”


  1. 1 molly 20 March 2009 at 3:52 pm

    You are totally awesome for doing this! It’s a fierce project you’ve taken on, but I’m sure there will be plenty of grateful people out there. I think one of the weaknesses of H&Q is its lack of a teacher’s edition or a self-check guide for independent students.

    • 2 Richard Barrett 20 March 2009 at 4:06 pm

      Agreed — thus the effort on my part. It helps me keep up with my own Greek, too.

      That said — if these study guides are worth something to you, and you feel so moved, I’ll just point out that on my list of links is a TipJoy tip jar pages is one titled Tip Jar with a PayPal button. If you don’t feel so moved, that’s cool too. I’m doing this for me as much as for you guys.

    • 3 Dou 15 January 2013 at 2:35 pm

      I agree, and I have teachers in my family. I’ve just made it past chapter 6 in the book, and I need to check 7 with a valid key. I’m very thankful, for the first 6 chapters.

  2. 4 Samantha 31 December 2009 at 9:36 pm

    Thank you for your hard work with Hensen and Quinn answer key. It is very much appreciated and needed.

    I see your interest lies in ancient religious texts and interaction with today’s? I would love to pick your brain on the Sybilline books. How much of Roman Catholic theology came from them?

    From what I understand there are only fragments left (not to be confused with Sybilline oracles, of which there are more?)

    Do you have any info on the Book themselves and what might be available?

    I will you well in your studies!

  3. 5 Taylor 13 December 2011 at 1:57 am

    Thank you sooo much for doing this. I am going to be a Greek AT (like a TA) next year. This will be great for when I review in preparation for that. Thank you!


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