All the content from the JACT Reading Greek Grammar and Vocabulary books in the order it is introduced. Why ‘hardcore’? Well There is strict typing requiring. Vocabulary from the Reading Greek Text and the follow-up JACT volumes, “A World of Heroes” and “The Intellectual Revolution.” Verbs are listed with principal . The JACT Reading Greek Course has just released its second edition, and, if you are going to be doing a self-study program, and do not mind.
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Family Sharing With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app. Or on nouns of the declension 3c.
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Information Seller Matt Neuburg. Sep 29, Jaft 3. Submit a new text post. I heard that one of the makers of the Cambridge Latin Course was involved in the making of “Reading Greek”.
This vocabulary is keyed to the second edition of “Reading Greek. The knowledge never seems to be taken forward either; some words appear once and never again so you may well be wasting your time learning it. Sorry I cannot be more specific, it is a bit too early to tell.
Why does every story of about lines have vocab entries next to it?? But since it’s technically just gerek foreign language ‘edition’ of Athenaze I don’t think there is any demand to translate it grewk into English. As someone who’s just failed and has subsequently retaken and is awaiting results of their first year of undergrad Ancient Greek with this being the primary textbook; I feel your pain.
This app is perfect for that. They didn’t want to give you useful jxct and build on it The fact that it is keyed to the different sections and lessons is a bonus.
To answer your question, I don’t think you’ll see an English Orberg Athenaze anytime soon. I heartily recommend this book. Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. Feel free to message the moderators with questions or greeo, and we hope that you enjoy your stay!
It’s not identical, though, because there are translations in Italian scattered at the bottom of each page. This would be possible if you will gdeek getting your grammar explanations elsewhere, which seems to be the case. Use this board to ask questions about grammar, discuss learning strategies, get help with a difficult passage of Greek, and more.
Updated for iOS 11 and 12, Swift 4. I studied Attic Greek some years ago through a grammar-translation method, and while I’ve been able to read real classic texts and the NT as long as I have a vocab ‘crib’ nearby, I wanted to have a refresher course in the fundamentals and to build up my core vocabulary through graded readings and rdading.
If you’re reviewing something you learned a while ago, brushing up on fundamentals, might I recommend using Mastronarde’s intro to Attic Greek?
Want to add to the discussion? Easy to use and accurate. Four stars only because of the suggested missing elements.
But for someone who already has some grasp of Greek, it’s almost miraculously lucid and systematic. Aound this part of the country, immersion means complete exposure to a language, in all aspects of life, at school for example, where all teachings in all subjects would use the foreign language.
Horae quidem cedunt et dies et menses et anni, nec praeteritum tempus umquam revertitur nec quid sequatur sciri potest. Since when do you alphabetise words starting with “the” together? Jacf it is if you’re interested: Geek Learning Ancient Greek?
Even if you master the “core” vocabulary, you’re faced with still looking up entry after entry after entry to slog through the stories they give. Is it just me or has anyone else had ggreek learning vocab through the stories in “Reading Greek”?
And memorization requires drilling oneself on words.
Or, look up any word in alphabetical order. But the book is poor. I’ve emailed JACT about something similar.
Frustrated with JACT “Reading Greek” : AncientGreek
This subreddit is dedicated to discussions about ancient Greek language and literature. Jatc is a very handy app to master the vocabulary for these text.
If they hadn’t put it in the “learn this first” core vocabulary, they can only expect you to come across the unique vocabulary in the order that the text presents it. But both courses move quickly enough to get you reading nice chunks of connected prose.
User can now drill selected cards in random order. I’ve edited this post at least twice so far. I’d be nice to translate the Italian into English or maybe Latin? Yreek Independent Study Guide is, for an autodidact, a valuable asset. Also, there are various sections at the end of each chapter covering the grammar presented in the reading. The flashcards are presented in the same order as the vocabulary in the textbook.
My prof recommended Mastronarde, in her words “the best second intro Greek book. The preface refers to the CD so it can’t be far off. I do not think this is what you will find in Athenaze.