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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Add a separate field that could be used to enter the declension of nouns, as the JACT textbooks do. And what is worse, for the first six or so chapters and sporadically as late as chapter 10entries in the story vocab are listed along with their definite article, alphabetised according to their definite article, and inflected according to how they were inflected in the geading.
Sometimes one might want to drill just on adverbs. My Greek improved kact from studying it: This would help the student learn the class to which the noun belongs as well as its meaning. 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. But to read and re-read sections looking up vocab as you go. Since when do you alphabetise words starting with “the” together?
But for someone who already has some grasp of Greek, it’s almost miraculously jjact and systematic. Also, there are various sections at the end of each chapter covering the grammar presented in the reading.
The fact that it is keyed to the different sections and lessons is a bonus. You can’t learn a language without learning vocabulary and that requires either wearing readnig the pages of a dictionary or memorization.
Kudos to Matt Neuburg for a great app that eases learning a classical language, helping to bridge the ancient world with the modern.
Updated for iPhone 5 and iOS 6. Then there’s the vocab Do you recommend Athenaze or Reading Greek? And it’s treek, clean, and easy to use. As you get further through the text, start re-reading earlier passages. Jaxt a separate field?
They’re arranged in the order you meet them in the text, and all the other words are core vocabulary that you’re meant to be practicing. However, some brilliant Italians who idolize Hans Orberg’s method and rightly they do refashioned a new edition in his image. Why then didn’t they order the story vocabulary in the order that it appears in the text?? There is grammar and exercises at the end of each chapter in Italian, but they haven’t been anything special so far.
JACT Reading Greek Vocabulary – Memrise
Any vocabulary can be easily found in the small LSJ, jjact I have no problems there. I’ve emailed JACT about something similar. The Athenaze Italian edition books sound like they would be useful to me for reading, as in any case I am getting my grammar from Mastronarde. However, the intuitive core of the material is its strength, and all the features you’ve come to love are still there: This would be possible if you will be getting your grammar explanations elsewhere, which seems to be the case.
JACT Reading Greek – Memrise
Updated for iOS 11 and 12, Readlng 4. A classics scholar’s review if you want more info. This app is perfect for that. The real treasure is in the continuous, graded reading. Realistically, you’re not going to read through the 60 entries of story vocab before reading the 20 line story.
Philologic Logeion Other related subreddits: Developer Website App Support. If you already know a lot of grammar you’ll progress quickly.
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This subreddit is dedicated to discussions about ancient Greek language and literature. The flashcards are presented in the same order as the vocabulary in the textbook. AncientGreek submitted 2 years ago by Foundinantiquity. Information Seller Matt Neuburg. I’ve edited this post at least twice so far. 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 resding.
It’s poor for learning to produce exam responses and sadly that is what our educational system is set up to reward. I had mono during one of the semesters, and though I made it through ok, I didn’t have it rexding firmly. Use this board to ask questions about grammar, discuss learning strategies, get help with a difficult passage of Greek, and more. We invite discussion about topics as diverse as Homeric poetry, papyrology, biblical interpretation, and grammatical analysis, but some of the related subreddits see below may be more appropriate for certain questions.
I heard that one of the makers of the Cambridge Latin Course was involved in the making of “Reading Greek”. Feel free to message the moderators with questions or suggestions, and we hope that you enjoy your stay! I’d be nice to rfading the Italian into English or maybe Latin? Here it is if you’re interested: It’s done wonders for my progress compared with my stints at traditional grammars. Compatibility Requires iOS I do not think this is what you will find in Athenaze.
Easy to use and accurate.
It’s a set of nearly virtual flashcards, representing the entire vocabulary to be memorized as you go through the textbook.