On another thread (viewtopic.php?t=217), Koala, has
begun to put up answers for discussion. This is really helpful for a beginner like me. However, I have one or two questions..
For In the village were tents
Comparing one of Koala's answers:
to mine:Koala wrote:Paragraph 47<br />[size=150] ἐν ταῖς κωμαῖς ἦσαν σκηναί.
[size=150]ἐν ταῖς κώμαις σκηναί ἦσαν
Apart from my, probably, dodgy accents (they're causing me some problems..) is there a concensus (for a beginner) on word order. I guess, a bit like may occur in German, I put the verb at the end...
They have tents and slings
I put: [size=150]σκηνα8ς και σφενγόϛάς ἔχουσι[/size]
[size=150]σκηνὰς καὶ σφενδόνας ἔχουσι[b]ν[/b].[/size]
The final [b][size=150]ν[/size][/b] being because it ends the sentence? Is that right?
Finally, why does Koala have καὶ and I only have και? Why the different ὶ?
Many thanks for any help.