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Engage your student in learning Greek grammar through aural, oral, visual, and kinetic learning. Grammar set to catchy electronic music makes Greek, like a favorite song, stick in the student's head.

 
 

Greek Readings for Review: First Lessons in Greek
 

Designed as a complement to the popular Kaegi's Greek Grammar, this volume is aimed at building fluidity and ease of translation through readings, exercises, guided review of grammar, and memorization of vocabulary. The reading lessons are keyed to review from Kaegi's Greek Grammar, and progress from what are essentially drills of single words in the first pages to single sentences of increasing complexity. The lessons are supplemented halfway through by optional, connected-paragraph readings. English-to-Greek translation exercises are included after each reading lesson. A selection of more advanced readings from Ancient Greek authors rounds out the text. All readings have vocabulary, grammar, translation, and background help in footnotes, as well as a vocabulary of words frequently met in ancient Greek authors (and meant to be memorized), arranged in the back according to the individual lessons. Also included are a brief, helpful section, "Some Rules of Syntax," and two indices: a "List of Greek Words" and "List of English Words."

 
 

Meleager: The Poems
 

As a poet and an editor of an anthology that transmitted the poetry of many Hellenistic epigrammists to modern times, Meleager is an important literary figure, and this text provides an excellent introduction to his poetry.

 
 

Paul Wrote from the Heart - HB
 

This extraordinary volume contains a brilliants translation of Paul's words, creating a deeply moving and inspirational reading experience.

Special Features

  • original Greek with apparatus criticus
  • new English translations on facing pages
  • explanatory notes
  • references to parallel passages in the Old and New Testaments

 
 

Theocritus: Select Poems
 
This selection of the poems of Theocritus clearly illustrates his creative genius and rare powers of observation. Dover's introduction and extensive notes offer revealing insights into both the writing and the life and times of the poet.
 
 

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