Greek: A Comprehensive Grammar of the Modern Language

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Psychology Press, 1997 - Foreign Language Study - 519 pages
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The first truly comprehensive grammar of the Greek language to be produced, concentrating on the real patterns of use in today's Greek.Greek: A Comprehensive Grammar of the Modern Language is a complete reference guide to modern Greek grammar.It is the first truly comprehensive grammar of the language to be produced, concentrating on the real patterns of use in modern Greek, and will provide the standard reference work for years to come.The Grammar is an ideal reference source for the adult learner and user of Greek. It is suitable either for independent study or for use in schools, colleges, universities and adult classes of all types.The volume contains a comprehensive description of Greek grammar, offering an analysis of the complexities of the language and providing full and clear explanations. Throughout, the emphasis is on the Greek spoken and written by native speakers today.An extensive index, glossary of linguistic terms and numbered paragraphs provide readers with easy access to the information they require.Features include:* detailed treatment of all grammatical structures* up-to-date examples* separate and detailed treatment of syntax* particular attention to areas of confusion and difficulty

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About the author (1997)

Evangelos Sachperoglou is a translator and historian.
Anthony Hirst is Research Fellow in Byzantine and Modern Greek Literature at Queens College, Belfast, Ireland.
Peter Mackridge is Emeritus Professor of Modern Greek at the University of Oxford and an Emeritus Fellow of St Cross College.

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