Greek I

Diploma

Mandatory

This Course introduces the student to important examples of Greek Grammar I.   

Greek Grammar I provides the student with the basic course of the Greek Grammar that help them to study other Greek texts.

Students will be introduced to the nature of the research problems that these resources pause, and will learn how to extract translated data from them.

A careful study will be made of Greek Grammar I.

References

  • Greek-English Lexicon Author(s): Liddel and Scott, 7th ed.NewYork, 1888.
  • A New Greek Course, a Greek Grammar author: Alia Hanafi, Cairo 1996.
  • First Greek book, Author: White J. W., Harvard University 1920.
  • First Greek Grammar, Author: W.GUNION Buthekfoed, London, 1888.
  • A Greek Grammar for Colleges, Author: Smith H. W., Harvard University 1920.
  • First Greek Grammar, Author: Donaldson W. L., Cambridge, 1960.
  • Greek Grammar Author(s): Sophecles E.A., Harford,1854.
  • http://books.google.com/
  • http:/ase.tufts.edu/classics/courseguide/
  • http://greek-language.com


Week

Topics

1

Greek Alphabet, and their number, Value, syllables, accents and signs.

2

 Pronunciation Drills and Reading Practice.

3

 The Greek Articles and Declension of the First type nouns (cases, genders and numbers).

4

 Greek Exercises on the First type nouns, and the Adjectives of the First type.

5

 Conjugation of the first type verbs (tenses as well as Active voice, and the Indicative Mood); Present and Future tenses, Oral Exam.

6

Greek Exercises on the First type verbs and first type of nouns.

7

Declension of the Second type nouns (cases, genders and number)

 

8

 Conjunction of the first type verbs (tenses as well as Active voice, and the Indicative Mood);Imperfect and Aorist Tenses.

9

 Greek Exercises on the verb and the Second Declension.

10

Conjunction of the First type verbs (tenses as well as Active voice, and the Indicative Mood); Perfect and Pluperfect. Mid-Exam

11

Greek Exercises on the first type verbs and nouns.

 

12

Verb “to be” and “ to have” ( their conjunction , uses , and the Greek Impersonal Verbs, and research discussion (the history of the Greek Grammar)

13

The Adjectives, and Greek Exercises on the verb  “to be” and “to have”.

14

1 Reflexive and non reflexive personal pronouns, Demonstrative pronouns.

15

  General Revision on the Greek Grammar. Term Exam

Poll

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