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Esimerkkejä "Ancient Greek"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
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EnglishConsequently, the possibility to test Latin or Ancient Greek has not been taken into consideration.
EnglishI should like to finish with an ancient Greek motto: time waits for no man.
EnglishThus the ancient Greek tradition of the Olympic truce was born and has lasted for over 1000 years.
EnglishI must say that the situation regarding Macedonia is reminiscent of a scene from an ancient Greek tragedy.
EnglishIn ancient Greek theatre, a crisis means an opportunity - yes, the challenge of a turning point.
EnglishI want to see if the Ancient Greek saying is philosophical rhetoric or if we have progressed.
EnglishSubject: Abolition of the teaching of ancient Greek in France
EnglishAlthough Socrates lived in ancient Greek times, such legislation would still seem to exist.
EnglishI should also like to declare that I believe in the ancient Greek proverb 'good things come in small packages'.
EnglishAs is often said, crisis can be an opportunity - both in the Ancient Greek and in the Chinese interpretation.
EnglishSometimes, the apparently contradictory, oxymoronic Ancient Greek proverb "more haste, less speed" is more efficient.
EnglishI should like firstly to respond to Mrs Maes' comment by referring to an ancient Greek saying: "Åíüò êáêïý ìýñéá Ýðïíôáé".
EnglishI did Ancient Greek at school, but of course that was written rather than oral.
EnglishMr President, there were two monsters in Ancient Greek mythology which killed and swallowed people, Scylla and Charybdis.
EnglishThe issue here is that we have a minority which has deep cultural roots going even further back than Ancient Greek civilization.
EnglishAncient Greek is currently taught to 1.9 % of pupils in certain secondary school classes while Latin is taught to 25.4 %.
EnglishOver 2000 years ago, the ancient Greek politician Demosthenes said: ‘Small opportunities are often the beginning of great enterprises.’
EnglishIf I may paraphrase the ancient Greek proverb for the President-in-Office: "Those whom the Gods wish to destroy, they first raise high."
EnglishThe lives of women there have been transformed into a tragedy which not even the imagination of the Ancient Greek tragic poets could ever have conceived of.
EnglishThese events and the Commission's communications entirely neglect the need to maintain the teaching of Ancient Greek and Latin throughout Europe.