Greek 101: learning an ancient language - season 1.
- Physical Description: 1 online resource (36 video files (approximately 1080 min.)) : sound, color
- Publisher: [United States] : The Great Courses : 2016.
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Episode 5 Verbs in the Present Tense Episode 20 Active Participles Episode 26 Optative Mood Episode 17 Aorist & Imperfect Middle/Passive Episode 28 Third-Declension Adjectives Episode 11 First-Declension Masculine Nouns Episode 13 Third-Declension Nouns Episode 22 Perfect System in the Middle/Passive Episode 3 Basic Rules of Greek Accentuation Episode 4 Additional Patterns of the First Declension Episode 21 Middle/Passive Participles Episode 23 Subjunctive Mood Episode 10 Verbs in the Future & Aorist Tenses Episode 6 Adjective Forms & Second-Declension Nouns Episode 32 Regular -æ? Verbs in the Active Episode 25 Imperative Mood, Middle/Passive Episode 18 Perfect & Pluperfect Active Episode 1 Greek Alphabet & Pronunciation Episode 12 Root Aorist Episode 15 Practicing Dactylic Hexameter Episode 2 First-Declension Nouns Episode 27 Aorist Passive Episode 29 Demonstrative Adjectives & Pronouns Episode 24 Imperative Mood, Active Episode 16 Middle/Passive Voice: Present & Future Episode 33 Regular -æ? Verbs in the Middle/Passive Episode 34 Review of Regular -æ? Verbs Episode 7 Building Basic Translation Skills Episode 31 Relative, Interrogative & Indefinite Pronouns Episode 35 Verb e?æ? Episode 8 First- & Second-Declension Pronouns Episode 9 Verbs in the Imperfect Tense Episode 30 Personal & Possessive Pronouns Episode 36 Irregular Verbs & Tips for Further Study Episode 14 Understanding Dactylic Hexameter Episode 19 Forming and Using Infinitives.
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Learn ancient Greek with an innovative professor using two great masterworks: Homer's Iliad and the New Testament. Covering the topics in a typical year of introductory college-level ancient Greek, Greek 101 exposes you to authentic texts, leading you to read prose and poetry with confidence, precision, and pleasure.
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