Introduction to Attic Greek

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This book provides students with a strong grounding in the essentials of Greek grammar, as well as a substantial body of vocabulary, enabling students to read, on completion of the course, a continuous text with commentary and dictionary.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780520078444
  • Publisher: University of California Press
  • Publication date: 3/19/1993
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Pages: 435
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 1.25 (d)

Meet the Author

Donald J. Mastronarde is Melpomene Professor of Classics at the University of California, Berkeley. Among his many books are The Art of Euripides: Dramatic Technique and Social Context, Euripides, Medea, and Euripides, Phoenissae.

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Table of Contents

How To Use This Book

Introduction. The Ancient Greek Language and Attic Greek
Unit One. The Alphabet; Pronunciation
Unit Two. Accentuation
Unit Three. O-Declension Nouns; Prepositions I
Unit Four. A-Declension Nouns I; The Article
Unit Five. Present Active
Indicative of O-Verbs
Unit Six. A-Declension Nouns II; Prepositions II
Unit Seven. Vowel-Declension Adjectives; Attribution and Predication
Unit Eight. Second Person Imperative; Prepositions III; Relative Pronoun and
Relative Clauses
Unit Nine. Present
Infinitive; Two-Ending Adjectives
Unit Ten. Present of e?µ?; Some Uses of the Genitive and Dative
Unit Eleven. Present Middle/Passive
Unit Twelve. Adverbs; Conjunctions; Pronoun αντóζ; Pronominal Article; Prepositions IV
Unit Thirteen. Contract Verbs
In -εω; Demonstratives
Unit Fourteen. Consonant-Declension Nouns I
Unit Fifteen. Consonant-Declension Nouns II;
Interrogative Pronoun
Unit Sixteen. Imperfect
Unit Seventeen.
Indefinite τιζ; Uses of the Accusative
Unit Eighteen. Future Active and Middle
Unit Nineteen. Aorist Active and Middle
Indicative and Imperative
Unit Twenty. Tense and Aspect;
Indirect Discourse
Unit Twenty-One. Consonant-Declension Nouns III; Personal Pronouns
Unit Twenty-Two. Consonant-Declension Adjectives
Unit Twenty-Three. Present System of μι-Verbs
Unit Twenty-Four. Athematic Aorists
Unit Twenty-Five. Adjectives With Variant Stems; Numerals; Reflexive and Reciprocal Pronouns; Result Constructions
Unit Twenty-Six. Participles: Formation and Declension
Unit Twenty-Seven. Uses of the Participle I
Unit Twenty-Eight. Uses of the Participle II; οιδα
Unit Twenty-Nine. Aorist Passive and Future Passive
Unit Thirty. Contract Verbs
In -αω and -óω; Further Uses of the Genitive and Dative
Unit Thirty-One. Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs
Unit Thirty-Two. The Subjunctive
Unit Thirty-Three. Formation of the Optative
Unit Thirty-Four. Uses of the Optative;
Indirect Discourse With οτι;
Indirect Questions and
Unit Thirty-Five. Conditional Constructions
Unit Thirty-Six.
Indicative With αν; Correlatives; More Particles
Unit Thirty-Seven. Perfect System Active
Unit Thirty-Eight. Perfect System Middle/Passive; A-Contract Nouns
Unit Thirty-Nine. Third Person Imperatives; Object Clauses With Verbs of Effort; Athematic Perfects
Unit Forty. O-Contract Nouns; Verbal Adjectives
In -??s and -???s; Subordinate
Indirect Discourse; Meanings of Prepositional Prefixes
Unit Forty-One. Temporal Clauses With εωζ and the Like; πρíν; Attraction
Unit Forty-Two. Contract Vowel-Declension Adjectives; Attic Declension; Assimilation of Mood

Appendix A. Table of Contractions
Appendix B. Principal Parts
Appendix C. Paradigms
Greek – English Glossary
English – Greek Glossary


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