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Ancient Greek recap

June 28, 2007

Taking Greek isn’t like taking French or Spanish. You have to learn a whole new alphabet. You have to put up with Roessel (*cough*). The class is not taught as if you are taking The Tour as soon as you graduate. You don’t get lists of words for food, shopping, niceties.  You jump right into verb forms–a lot of them at one time, far more than I remember for French. It is a challenge.

I like challenges.

Ancient Greek II throws things at you just as you are starting to believe you may have grasped a little something from Ancient Greek I, including three verb forms toward the end, tilting your world off-balance.

But don’t worry, Ancient Greek III STARTS with new verb forms, so that vertigo sensation you’re just getting used to?  You don’t have to readjust.  It doesn’t go away.

This language is not for the easy-A crowd.

Well, you’ve been warned. That’s all I can really say about that. Everything else is puns & fun.

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