This course is designed for students with little or no prior instruction in ancient Greek who are committed to learning the language at rapid speed. Equivalent to the first two semesters of college-level instruction it covers all basic grammar and vocabulary while offering considerable practice in reading. By the end of the course students are sufficiently prepared to read continuous passages of poetry (Homer Aristophanes and Euripides) and prose (Plato Herodotus and Lysias) with the aid of a dictionary.
Harvard Division of Continuing Education
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