All the content from the JACT Reading Greek Grammar and Vocabulary books in the order it is introduced. Why ‘hardcore’? Well There is strict typing requiring. Vocabulary from the Reading Greek Text and the follow-up JACT volumes, “A World of Heroes” and “The Intellectual Revolution.” Verbs are listed with principal . The JACT Reading Greek Course has just released its second edition, and, if you are going to be doing a self-study program, and do not mind.

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I’ve got Smyth’s grammar for detailed specific questions of study, but when I want to just brush up my Greek, that’s where I go.

A classics scholar’s deading if you want more info. Last edited by Coulior du Vice on Tue Mar 11, 4: This would help the student learn the class to which the noun belongs as well as its meaning. And to make this more powerful, allow some sorting capabilities on parts of speech and, following up on the suggestion above, sorting on noun classes.

Add a separate field that could be used to enter the declension reasing nouns, as the JACT textbooks do. But for someone who already has some grasp of Greek, it’s almost miraculously lucid and systematic. AncientGreek submitted 2 years ago by Foundinantiquity.

It’s poor for learning to produce exam responses and sadly that is what our educational system is set up to reward. As someone who’s just failed and has subsequently retaken and is awaiting results of their readding year of undergrad Ancient Greek with this being the primary textbook; I feel your pain. As you get further through the text, start re-reading earlier passages.


This is a very handy app to master the vocabulary for these text. Sorry I cannot be more specific, it is a bit too early to tell. Developer Website App Support.

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I was supposed to be reading Xenophon – a good place to start, by the way, with straightforward Attic syntax, and a good learning edition – but I’d come into second year Attic with some problems, namely: I’ve edited this post at least twice so far. I’m learning tons of vocabulary, and even though only the present tense and imperative has been introduced, I’ve read at least 15 pages of Greek. Readinh with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. And memorization requires drilling oneself on words. Also, there are various sections at the end of each chapter covering the grammar presented in the reading.

And what is worse, for the first six or so chapters and sporadically as late as chapter 10entries in the story vocab are listed jach with their definite article, alphabetised according to their definite article, reacing inflected according to how they were inflected in the text. Why a separate field?

But thanks so much for you answers, as they may be useful to me in the future. This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices. Why does every story of about lines have vocab entries next to it?? Board index Greek Learning Greek.

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Bug fix font size in Help screen. The flashcards are presented in the same order as the vocabulary in the textbook.

Information Seller Matt Neuburg. Why then didn’t they order the story vocabulary in the order that it appears in the text?? Family Sharing With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

This app is perfect for that.

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Even if you master the “core” vocabulary, you’re faced with still looking up entry after entry after entry to slog through the stories they give. Well it’s always in the last place you look. However, the intuitive core of the material is its strength, and all the features you’ve come to love are still there: And it’s clear, clean, and easy to use.

I heard that one of the makers of the Cambridge Latin Course was involved in the making of “Reading Greek”. Also, I have another question. I heartily recommend rreading book.