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Ancient Greek Tutorials @ AtticGreek.org Eton College - The Eton Greek Project The Eton classics department has commissioned software to help with the learning of Greek vocabulary and grammar, making use of the new Oxford Greek Grammar by James Morwood. Oxford University Press has collaborated in this enterprise, and the Provost and Fellows of Eton College have made the programs available on the internet as a free service in accord with the college’s aims as a charitable organisation. The Reading Greek parts of the project have been developed in association with the Department of Classical Studies at the Open University. The software, which is designed by Tony Smith, is in self-contained and manageable stages. Note: Some of the testers will only run properly if you have Java enabled in your browser. Please click on the links below for the testers and the word list. The developers of the project would welcome your comments or suggestions.

Greco interattivo - Presentazione Lo scopo di queste pagine è quello di rendere meno ostico, soprattutto nelle fasi iniziali, lo studio della lingua di Omero e di Platone. Questo non vuole essere un corso completo di lingua greca, ma una serie di pagine in cui le potenzialità offerte dagli strumenti informatici e dal web vengono sfruttate sia per rendere più accessibile l'esposizione, sia per consentire allo studente la possibilità di verificare il livello delle proprie conoscenze linguistiche. Il vantaggio di vedersi assegnare un voto che, anche nella peggiore delle ipotesi, non avrà nessuna conseguenza negativa, richiama per molti aspetti la condizione di catarsi in cui si viene a trovare lo spettatore della tragedia secondo Aristotele. Le pagine verranno proposte gradualmente, man mano che verranno alla luce, senza un ordine precostituito. Naturalmente gli errori saranno innumerevoli, come pure saranno discutibili le scelte, sia nella sostanza che nell'interfaccia.

Greek Index — A School Grammar of Attic Greek NOTE.-The Indexes are intended to supplement the Table of Contents and the Verb-list; for verb forms look first in the latter. References are to sections; but a few references in the English Index are to pp. 1-3 of the Introduction. Α, quantity 4; initial α in crasis 36 b; interchanges with ε, ο 25; aor. in 351; ἀ- neg. 444; ἀ- copulative 444 a. Β 38 a, b, and c, 39, 44 a; after μ, 49. βεβᾶσι, βεβῶσι, βεβώs, root perfect 370 (2). βέβηκα 456 b. Γ 38 a, b, c, and d, 39, 44 b; nasal 3. Δ 38 a, b, and c, 39, 44 c; after ν 49. E, quantity 4; pronunciation 7; becomes ει 51; formative vowel 263 a; changes to ο 403. Ζ 38 a and e, 39. H, quantity 4 . Θ, pronoun and sound changcs 7, 38 a, b, c, 39, 42, 44 c; added to verb-stem 400 b. θάλασσα 70. θαρρῶν 583 a. θᾱ̓́τερον 36 d. I, quantity 4; adscript and subscript 5 b; disappearing 27; final, in crasis 36 a; changes produced by 56. K 38 a, b, c, 39, 44 b. κα-aorist 378. Λ 38 a, 39. λαβέ 349 a.

Free Classic Greek Software GREEK, Ancient Brian D Joseph, Publications Consultant: Brian D. Joseph, Professor of Linguistics, The Ohio State University NOTE: accents, diacritics, and special symbols have been eliminated or modified in the interest of making the text readable in the absence of the appropriate encoding system and font. Language Name: Ancient Greek, Classical Greek, Greek (without reference to time period, the ancient form of the language is usually taken as the unmarked value, and within Ancient Greek, the Attic dialect (see below on Dialects) is the usual point of reference); autonym: hellenike (actually an adjective derived from Hellen, the word for a 'Greek' in general (as opposed to a member of one of the Greek dialect groups; as an adjective, it is modifying an understood noun 'language'). Location: Temporally, Ancient Greek can be located from its earliest attestation in the 14th century BC (see below on Origin & History) up through the end of the Hellenistic period in (roughly) the 4th century AD.

Classical Greek Online: Table of Contents Hans C. Boas, Director :: PCL 5.556, 1 University Station S5490 :: Austin, TX 78712 :: 512-471-4566 Winfred P. Note: this page is for systems/browsers with Unicode® support, including full Greek script (with polytonic letters). Lessons 0. Grammar Points 1.

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