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is the home of the revised Ancient Greek Tutorials by Donald made in the second edition of Introduction to Attic Greek (University of California Press ) and to . The content of this site is the work of Donald J. Mastronarde. Donald J. Mastronarde. Introduction to Attic Greek. Berkeley: University of Cali- fornia Press, Pp. ix + ISBN The Classical Journal . Introduction to Attic Greek has 70 ratings and 8 reviews. Yinzadi said: This review is for is both a review and a few brief comments on how.

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Showing of 51 reviews. It is a great text book for course work, or as a supplement to required textbooks, as the paradigms at least to me were easy to understand and memorize. The Spartans were not very big donadl the writing department. Mastronarde’s text is challenging, but “do-ably” so, thorough without being overwhelming, and eminently rewarding the deeper one goes.

Those with a background in language study should consider this as an option for self study.

Introduction to Attic Greek

Greek might be a difficult language to learn without a teacher. Language, Education, and Ideology: East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. All of this comes to light in this fine text – I recommend it highly, and can hardly wait to start digging into some of the classics on my own at long last.


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Introduction to Attic Greek by Donald J. Mastronarde

Yo This review is dinald Peter. The content of this site is the work of Donald J. This thorough presentation of Attic Greek assumes that college students learning the language deserve, from the beginning, full exposure to all the grammar and morphology that they will encounter in actual texts. Explore the Home Gift Guide. Kris rated it liked it Jan 01, However, Mastronarde does some things in structuring this text which I think were mistakes.

The height of Greek literature occurred at a point when the language was still working out its isolated-language complexities, meaning there are a lot of forms and idiosyncratic rules to learn. There are the nine lyric poets.

Introduction to Attic Greek: Answer Key – Donald J. Mastronarde – Google Books

Formation and Declension Unit Twenty-Seven. The pages seem to presented in their most pleasant appearance by Chrome and Safari, and worst by Internet Explorer which also handles the Roman text areas in the Vocabulary module poorly. This is published in two editions, an older one where the text and commentary are separated into two different volumes, and a more recent edition in a single volume.

The student of any language needs patience, and nowhere is this more true than in the study of Classical Greek.


The other fonts named in the stylesheets for Greek are: Explanations of morphology and grammar are lean and precise, and the exercises are demanding.

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Previous Librarything reviewer Baviv aptly describes Mastronarde’s approach as: Loebs are a good way of transitioning from relying on the vocabulary help and commentary of an editor to reading independently, as you can refer to the translation mashronarde you encounter sticky spots.

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About the Author Donald J. Share your thoughts with other customers. Customers who bought this item also bought. Readings become progressively more complex and, in the second half of the book, are largely based on actual texts and include unadapted passages from Xenophon, Lysias, Plato, Aristophanes, and Thucydides.