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Introduction to Attic Greek 2nd Edition
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The choice does not have to be between Mastronarde and an modern, reading approach (like Reading Greek: Text and Vocabulary, though I think this is a very good text, especially the second edition).Read more ›
I used the first edition to teach myself Greek over two years. When I finished I was able to read (slowly) the Anabasis and Appian's history of Rome. I'm now working on Xenophon's Hellenica with an online group at [...] I don't see much difference between different textbooks - it's all the same material, in different order, and you still have to memorize and practice no matter which you use. I found this a very thorough text that I still go back to all the time for review or to puzzle out a passage. He also has a website, firstname.lastname@example.org, which is great for grammar practice. Highly recommended.
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An excellent text -cum-answer book. This is a beautifully thought out book (and key).Published 14 months ago by len
I have been using Introduction to Attic Greek by Mastronarde for about three months now and so far like it very much. I am new to Greek and don't have a teacher. Read morePublished 20 months ago by A. Kim
the instructions and exercise are both very helpful. well designed for beginners.
I am going to finish all the chapters, and hopefully I can read some ancient works by then.
Clearly written and comprehensive. Excellent for new students or for those who once studied Classical Greek and wish to review. Read morePublished on December 3, 2013 by Michael Fishbein