Answers to the ‘Drill’ and ‘Exercise’ questions of Unit 6 of Greek: An Intensive Course by Hansen and Quinn. If you spot an error then please leave a comment below.
Note: Answers to Drill questions will be coming soon.
Answers to ‘Exercise’ Questions
- He will station five of the soldiers beside the sea in order that the six messengers may not be hindered by the men in the plain.
- Let us harm the unjust women on the one hand, let us send goats and silver to the just women on the other hand.
- Homer, whose eyes were not guarded by the gods, taught both young and old men the art of words.
- Are goats being sacrificed to the gods by slaves?
- If you send the old men with guards five stades from the land, they will not be harmed by the bad strangers who were ordered to destroy the peace.
- The grace of good men is not in body but in soul.
- After the victory, the guards, on the one hand, were dancing; the enemies, on the other hand, whom we harmed were being guarded by the old men in the market place.
- If the country was being governed well, we would also be ruling the islands.
- If, you know, the wise should rule the country, on the one hand during the day you would be doing the business of the council and the assembly; during the night, on the other hand, you would be dancing.
- Let me tell you, in a battle, at least, the hope of victory is not a sufficient thing.
- In fact, let us, in fact destroy the democracy. For terrible things have been done by the people.
- If six of the dancers had danced well on the first night, animals would have been sacrificed to the goddess by the wise citizens. For dancers are friends to the gods.
- The young men, for whom books concerning the freedom of the ancients were written by Homer, will be stationed into battle within five days for the sake of the people.
- You know, Old Man, the wisdom of the unjust woman is a terrible thing.
- The ancients used to be ruled by good men on the one hand; the people of today, on the other hand, are slaves to those unworthy of ruling.
- On the one hand, the strangers were sacrificing a horse before the start of battle; the Greeks, on the other hand, did not.
- The fate for the body is death, but at least the soul is immortal.
- The guard who was sent to the island during the day prevented the slaves from harming the free women for five nights.
- To things of the sea are terrible to the wise men.
- O Brother, the bribes for which you are persuading free Greeks to be slaves to bad strangers are in fact bad.
- Since the war was stopped, the fear of the people was destroyed.
- You know, the poet is bad because books about small things have been written by him.
- O Friend, do not persuade good men to do unjust and bad things with long speeches.
- If just men ever govern, the unjust men, by whom the people are being harmed, are sent from the land.
- Are we to write a book concerning goats if the citizens send money?
- If you were ever taught by poets, [by] good men, you at least did well.
- Wisdom is not a small gift, in fact.
- According to the opinion of the old man at least, the wise men are bad.
- The speeches against the Greeks are unjust. And yet, you were writing long speeches during the night against the Greeks.
- διδασκώμεθα τῆς γε ἡμέρας ἵνα χορεύωμεν τῆς νυκτός.
- ὦ νεανία, εἰ τῆς χώρας πέντε ἡμέρας ἄρχοις, βλαπτοίμεθα ὑπὸ ἂν τῶν πολέμων ἡμῶν;
- ὦ φίλε, μὴ θάψῃς τοὺς ἀδίκους ἐν τῷ πεδίῳ. τὸ πεδίον τοι ἱερὸν τῆς θεοῦ ᾗ ἡ γῆ πεφύλακται.
- ἐὰν τοὺς ἵππους βλάψητε οἳ παρὰ τοὺς στρατιώτας ἐπέμφθησαν, ἓξ ἡμερῶν ὁ πολέμος παυθήσεται.
- οἱ νεανίαι ὑπὸ ὧν οἱ αἶγές τε καὶ οἱ ἵπποι πεμφθήσονται εἰς τὴν ἀγορὰν οὐκ ἐθέλουσι παιδεύεσθαι ὑπὸ τοῦ σοφοῦ ποιητοῦ.