Learn to Read Greek: Part 1, Textbook and Workbook Set by Andrew Keller

Learn to Read Greek: Part 1, Textbook and Workbook Set

byAndrew Keller, Stephanie Russell

Paperback | September 1, 2011

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Learn to Read Greek is a text and workbook for students beginning the study of Ancient Greek. It is the companion volume to the authors’ Learn to Read Latin, published in 2004. Like its Latin predecessor, it has a grammar-based approach and is intended for students who have a serious interest in learning the language.

The text and workbook include carefully chosen vocabularies and extensive vocabulary notes; clear and complete presentations of all necessary morphology and syntax; large numbers of drills and drill sentences; and abundant unabridged passages from a variety of Greek authors and texts.

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Andrew Keller and Stephanie Russell both teach Classics at the Collegiate School in New York City. They are the authors of Learn to Read Latin, published by Yale University Press.
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Title:Learn to Read Greek: Part 1, Textbook and Workbook SetFormat:PaperbackDimensions:11 × 8.5 × 0.68 inPublished:September 1, 2011Publisher:Yale University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0300167717

ISBN - 13:9780300167719

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"Learn to Read Greek by Keller and Russell clearly will be the best book available for students in the US or UK who want to learn Greek quickly, precisely, and in the most rewarding way. It is, in fact, a model textbook."—Richard Martin, Stanford University