Greek 3: The Saga Continues in Ancient Greek (2009 Spring UCSC)
Notes on a 2009 course taught by Dr. Thomas Walsh
ΧΑΡΙΣ ΣΟΙ Ο ΔΙΔΑΣΚΑΛΕ WALSH
GRATITUDE TO YOU, O TEACHER WALSH

Highlights of third 10-week Ancient Greek class:

Best translation practices

Text translation, with aid of grammar, dictionary, and a net:

Sight-reading: netless translation:

Additional advice for sight reading without a net or your worthy An Intermediate Greek-English Lexicon by H. G. Liddell and Robert Scott:

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Buy 'Greek Prose Composition' by M. A. North and A. E. Hillard

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Buy 'Greek Prose Composition' by M. A. North and A. E. Hillard

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  1. Reviews in class and turn in assigned sentences written in Greek from Exercises 10 and 11 of : Greek Prose Composition by M. A. North and A. E. Hillard (Editors).
  2. Completed translating sentence 10 and started translating sentence 11 of Lysias.
  3. Homework: Write up your final translation of sentences 11-12 of Lysias.
Buy 'Greek Prose Composition' by M. A. North and A. E. Hillard

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Vocabulary growth

Greek vocab of Lysias (from Perseus at Tufts):

About 200 words from vocabulary assigned in Greek I: Introduction to Ancient Greek.

About 200 words from vocabulary assigned in Greek II: Introduction to Ancient Greek.

But of course exposure to many more.

Midterm

Final

Highlights of earlier classes

Highlight of second 10-week Ancient Greek class, Greek II: The Saga Continues in Ancient Greek:

Highlight of first 10-week Ancient Greek class, Greek I: Introduction to Ancient Greek:

References