Download e-book for kindle: An Introduction to Greek (Dover Language Guides) by Henry Lamar Crosby,John Nevin Schaeffer

By Henry Lamar Crosby,John Nevin Schaeffer

Generations of scholars have found the long-lasting pleasures of historic Greek with this vintage textual content. Supplemented via routines, readings, and evaluate classes, it offers concise yet thorough assurance of grammatical types and syntax. scholars increase from the easy basics of the alphabet and declensions to the complexities of conditional sentences, they usually gather a Greek vocabulary of greater than six hundred easy words.
Each bankruptcy starts off with a Greek motto, providing insights into classical attitudes and values. studying decisions comprise the works of Plato, Herodotus, and Homer in addition to excerpts from historic playwrights and the recent testomony. greater than one hundred twenty illustrations depict photos of Greek tradition with regards to archaeology, historical past, and literature. This finished advent additionally positive factors Greek-to-English and English-to-Greek glossaries, an entire grammatical appendix, and supplemental info on note formation and etymology.

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