4 edition of Greek language self taught found in the catalog.
|Statement||by John Rompapas.|
|LC Classifications||PA1058 .R7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||16025280|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Anastassiou, Nicolaos. Greek self-taught (modern) with phonetic pronunciation (Thimm's system.). London, E. Marlborough. Specializing in Greek subject matter books including educational and cultural multemdia CD-ROMs, audio and video cassettes.
Method: Greek A is a book for students that start learning Greek as a second language and are preparing to take the first level Ellinomathia exam. It's design for classroom AND self taught. Chapters present real-world communication situations, which is the reason to also teach grammar and vocabulary. Studying Language A self-taught at NIS Self- taught Language A is a demanding literature course comparable to Language A literature SL (please see “Summary of Units of Study” in this guide). Students will read 10 works selected from two available lists. Students taking the Self-taught Language A need.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kykkōtēs, Hierotheos. Modern Greek (self taught) with a vocabulary of about words. London, Barmerlea book sales ltd., Hara also taught both English and Modern Greek in the UK, and is the author, with her husband Howard, of self-study books and CDs for Greek. Hara Garoufalia-Middle Howard Middle worked in Foreign Language publishing for many years before becoming an EFL consultant, including setting up a network of language school partners in Greece to.
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Product details Series: Teach Yourself Paperback: pages Publisher: Teach Yourself (March 1, ) Language: English, Ancient Greek ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x 1 x inches Shipping Weight: ounces Customer Reviews: out of 5 stars 4 customer 4/4(4).
This "3rd edition" is nothing but the old 2nd edition ("Teach Yourself Ancient Greek") with a new title and mostly superfluous cosmetic changes. If you have TYAG (2nd ed.) you don't want this, unless you can't stand that lunar sigma in the 2nd edition, which could have been fixed in a new printing without calling it a new edition/5(11).
About the Author Aristarhos Matsukas studied TEFL and applied linguistics in the United States. He has taught Greek in New York, Athens, and Berlin and is Greek language self taught book author of many self-study language courses/5(8). But if you want to re-learn your Greek from school, or refresh the Greek you learned from some other (more self-teaching friendly) book, _Ancient Greek Alive_ is great.
Because it teaches Greek like a living language, there's more emphasis on colloquial Greek than you typically find in a textbook on Attic.
You get a much better sense of the meaning of the little words, for instance. Your favourite Greek language books are now available in digital format. Explore our selection of eBooks and Learn Modern Greek via mobile or tablet device.
Tel.: + (30) Concise Modern Greek Grammar is the most used Greek Grammar book, written by linguist Manolis Triandaphyllidis, which also comes in 14 translations.
Αυτό ακριβώς. This is an amazing Grammar book with tons of exercises and Grammar tables - for Intermediate learners only.
Free eBooks - Language: Greek. Here you can find free books. Read online or download eBooks for free. Browse through our eBooks while discovering great authors and exciting books in Greek.
Use our free eBook self-publishing services and we will distribute your eBook to all the major eBooks stores. The approaches taken in the two books are very different, but we're talking about the same language here.
For self-learners that means you will have two sources to check. Both are indexed nicely, meaning that it's possible to compare, for instance, the JACT volumes' treatment of a topic like infinitives with what Mastronarde has to say. Elementary Greek teaches Koine Greek, the language of the New Testament.
Biblical vocabulary is taught throughout the courses since the author assumes that students completing these courses are working toward being able to read the New Testament in Greek.
There are three year-long courses in the program: Year I, Year II, and Year III. Each. Tip: in case you find that you’re going to use the keyboard quite a lot, then purchasing a keyboard that includes the Greek letters on it might make things more simple for you.
Alright. Now that you have a good start with reading, writing and typing let’s see how to use some Greek. It’s all Greek to me. Speaking in a new language is a topic most of us being involved with languages.
Audio, entirely in the target language, is included. The first self-study language I will introduce is one of my favorites, and it’s the favorite method of several well-known polyglots, including Luca Lampariello, who speaks nearly 12 languages fluently, and Robert Bigler, a simultaneous interpreter from Austria who speaks many languages as well.
Description Excerpt from Greek Self-Taught (Modern): With Phonetic Pronunciation (Thimm's System) The Tourist, Trader. Traveller or Student, with the aid of this book, can make himself readily understood in the Hotel, the Shop, the Street, in Travel and in the Transaction of Business, without any previous acquaintance with the language.
: Modern Greek Self Taught - With Phonetic Pronunciation (): Anastassiou, Nicolaos: Books5/5(1). I wrote the answer below to an earlier question about online resources for learning Greek, but I also mentioned a couple of books. Hope this helps. There are plenty of online resources and the links below are good places to start: Classical Greek.
Modern Greek Self Taught - With Phonetic Pronunciation - Nicolaos Anastassiou - Google Books. Originally published in Contents include - Alphabet with Phonetic Pronunciation - Diphthongs.
This is a self-contained Greek course for students ages thirteen and up. The Volume I course, "Mostly Nouns and Such," consists of a page, plastic comb-bound textbook, a page Greek reader, vocabulary cards, and three audio tapes.
It assumes that students are familiar with the symbols and sounds of the Greek alphabet. First Greek book; comprising an outline of the forms and inflections of the language, a complete analytical syntax, and an introductory Greek reader.
With notes and vocabularies ([etc., etc.] ) by Albert Harkness Beginner’s Greek Book by Weir & Benner. How to learn Greek by yourself. Start with an easy and free online course. We have adopted an objective and efficient approach to learn how to speak a language easily and quickly: we suggest you to start by memorizing words, phrases and practical expressions that you can use in everyday life and that will be useful when traveling.
Getting used to pronounce words out loud, numbers for instance. Greek self-taught (modern) with phonetic pronunciation (Thimm's system.) by. Anastassiou, Nicolaos. Publication date. Topics. Greek language, Modern -- Grammar. Publisher. London, E. Marlborough &.
Hellenistic Greek Lessons provides a free online grammar of Hellenistic Greek. a website for the support of people who are being taught the Greek language. New Testament Greek Three graduated courses designed to help.
Overall, I consider this book to be a good starter to lead you on to mastering the Greek language, and would work well alongside a comprehensive grammar book, a vocabulary book and some other listening exercises/material (and of course a taught course with a native speaker).Reviews: Greek Book,and The First Greek Book',have also been consulted with profit, especially as regards the form of presentation.
Among reference works, the new grammar of J. H. Moulton, A Grammar of New Testament Greek, edited by Wilbert Francis Howard, especially Part ii of Vol. II, on Accidence,and the work by E.
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