Greek: An Intensive Course

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Fordham Univ Press, 1992 - Foreign Language Study - 848 pages
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The first edition of this extremely popular two volume Greek text has been successfully adopted in many high schools and colleges; the organization and approach used by the authors, make it an equally effective tool for those who would enjoy learning the language on their own. The set is designed for a two semester course at the introductory level. This second edition incorporates the authors' improvements and corrections gathered from users' commentary. Those who are currently using the first edition will find this update valuable, those who are seeking a Greek language text will find Greek: An Intensive Course one of the most complete and accessible books on the market.
 

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It is a fantastic textbook. Well organized and clear.
I am studying it and I consider the best grammar ever

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Useless - unless you have already mastered the language and want to use it as a reference book. Get the Athenaze and connect theory to something concrete, relevant, and useable. There is no such thing as a dead language, only priggish elites who don't want to make an ancient language come alive. 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
UNIT 1
17
UNIT 2
39
UNIT 3
61
UNIT 4
87
UNIT 5
111
UNIT 6
139
UNIT 7
163
UNIT 12
337
UNIT 13
369
UNIT 14
395
UNIT 15
435
UNIT 16
461
UNIT 17
491
UNIT 18
519
UNIT 19
543

UNIT 8
203
UNIT 9
231
UNIT 10
259
UNIT 11
305
UNIT 20
563
GENERAL REVIEW
581
SAMPLE GRAMMAR EXAMINATION
583
APPENDIX
588

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Hardy Hansen is Professor of Classics at Brooklyn College and at the Latin/Greek Institute of City University of New York. Dr. Gerald M. Quinn was Dean of the College at Lincoln Center, Fordham University.

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