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Greek1_F06 - Greek 1 Fall 2006 Antonia Syson MTThF 9-9:50...

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1 Greek 1, Fall 2006 Antonia Syson MTThF 9-9:50 Office location: Reed 316 x-hour: W 9-9:50 Office phone: 646 1714 Cell phone: 773-732 8381 Office hours: M 3-3:30 pm, T 10-10:30 am, Th 10-10:30 am, F 3-3:30 pm and by appointment Feel free to email me with questions or to make an appointment to talk in person outside of my drop-in office hours: [email protected] This course is the first of a two term introduction to Attic Greek (i.e. the Greek spoken and written in Athens in the 5 th and 4 th centuries B.C.E). The focus this Fall is on mastering basic grammar, but the goal is to use these grammatical tools to learn to read Greek prose and poetry; as the term progresses, we will read increasing amounts of connected Greek prose. Textbook ordered at Wheelock’s books: Anne C. Groton From Alpha to Omega: A Beginning Course in Classical Greek Revised 3 rd edition You are unlikely to need a dictionary for this course; if you decide to buy one, you’ll want to choose between something minimalist that will be useful for Greek 1 and 3, or one that will keep you going as you enter intermediate and upper level courses. Minimalist option (cheap and portable, containing English-Greek word list, but inadequate for Greek 10): Pocket Oxford Classical Greek Dictionary . Longer-lasting investment: Liddell and Scott’s Intermediate Greek Lexicon .
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  • Fall '06
  • AntoniaSyson
  • Greek, Classical Greek Revised, Oxford Classical Greek, Pocket Oxford Classical Greek Dictionary, unmarked Greek text, Intermediate Greek Lexicon

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