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A Course in Attic Greek, II By Patrick G. Lake
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This textbook, the sequel to A Course in Attic Greek I, offers a thorough introduction to the entire system of Greek grammar and syntax. Completion of the text will prepare the student to read any... More > ancient Greek author in the original, including works in koine. In addition to grammatical explanations, a running vocabulary, exercises, and sentences for both translation and composition, this text also includes longer reading passages from such authors as Herodotus, Xenophon, Anacreon, and Plato. The approach is traditional, but the readings and exercises in the text are designed in such a way that they will serve as a natural gateway to discussions about Greek literature, history, and culture. With a complete appendix on Greek morphology and a Greek-English and English-Greek Vocabulary, the text can also serve as a useful reference grammar for beginning and advanced students alike.< Less
A Course in Attic Greek, I By Patrick G. Lake, Frank J. Groten, Jr., James K. Finn
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This textbook features the best of traditional methods for learning ancient Greek, with an especially strong focus on composition work. But the text also includes innovative drills and stimulating... More > readings and sentences, designed in such a way that they offer a gateway to discussions about Greek literature, history, and culture. The text presupposes the mastery of no other foreign language, including Latin, and thus fully explicates the most basic principles of tense, part of speech, etc. Particularly difficult aspects of the Greek language, like accentuation or the principles of euphonic change, are introduced gradually yet fully. The relative frequency of forms, vocabulary, and constructions in Greek informs the organization and order of the text. With the completion of the companion text, A Course in Attic Greek II, the student will be prepared to read any ancient author in the original, including works in koine.< Less
A Course in Attic Greek, I By Patrick G. Lake, James K. Finn, Frank J. Groton, Jr.
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The first ancient Greek textbook to be offered in eBook format, A Course in Attic Greek, I, provides students with the means to learn the fundamentals of the language. Like its print predecessor,... More > this textbook features the best of traditional methods for learning ancient Greek, with an especially strong focus on composition work. The text also includes innovative drills and stimulating readings and sentences, which offer a gateway to discussions about Greek literature, history, and culture. The text presupposes the mastery of no other foreign language, including Latin, and thus fully explicates the most basic principles of tense, part of speech, etc. The relative frequency of forms, vocabulary, and constructions in Greek informs the organization and order of the text. With the completion of the companion text, A Course in Attic Greek II, the student will be prepared to read any ancient author in the original, including works in koine.< Less
A Course in Attic Greek, II By Patrick G. Lake, James K. Finn, Frank J Groten, Jr.
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This textbook, the sequel to A Course in Attic Greek I, offers a thorough introduction to the entire system of Greek grammar and syntax. Completion of the text will prepare the student to read any... More > ancient Greek author in the original, including works in koine. In addition to grammatical explanations, a running vocabulary, exercises, and sentences for both translation and composition, this text also includes longer reading passages from such authors as Herodotus, Xenophon, Anacreon, and Plato. The approach is traditional, but the readings and exercises in the text are designed in such a way that they will serve as a natural gateway to discussions about Greek literature, history, and culture. With a complete appendix on Greek morphology and a Greek-English and English-Greek Vocabulary, the text can also serve as a useful reference grammar for beginning and advanced students alike.< Less