Le nouveau grec sans peine – book | Assimil Multilingual | Greek | | European Schoolbooks Limited. 15 nov. Assimil Le Nouveau Grec Sans Peine / Modern Greek With Ease by Katerina Kedra-Blayo, , available at Book Depository with. Apprendre le Grec ancien avec la méthode Assimil Collection Sans Peine Ce manuel vous propose un contact direct avec le grec de l’âge classique et vous.
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But here’s the rub: It even comes with a red ribbon place-marker, which could come in handy most of my other language books are stuffed with post-it stickers, Alibris voucher cards, torn-off strips of printouts, etc. How much Greek did you know grc the end? I’m using it as my primary resource for learning Greek.
I’m wondering if anyone here has actually completed the book. My copy of Assimil’s Ancient Greek course arrived this morning so I shouldn’t really be expressing any kind of opinion about it yet but I can’t resist.
But to answer your question — I don’t know. But I think it’s a good approach to get to read real Greek as soon as possible. Corrections are welcome especially for projects. Has anybody here used or evaluated this course? Board index Greek Learning Greek.
Effectiveness of Assimil- “Le Grec Ancien sans Peine” – Textkit Greek and Latin Forums
Beautifully typeset, inviting you to dip in. Certainly it has about the best reconstructed Greek audio I’m aware of or actually I think one of the four voices was very good, one the two men — but he was so good I think it made it worthwhile to go through the whole book, although the others were not so good.
But if that’s the way you want to go, I think Assimil is as good as any other, or better. But I can’t think of a better reason for learning French. All texts have a translation on the facing page. Use this board to ask questions about grammar, discuss learning strategies, get help with a difficult passage of Greek, and more.
First learn some Greek, then learn the metalanguage, or something like that. I think the Apology is one of the easier ones.
Maybe later on you want to complete with another more theoretical book, but you don’t have to do everything at once. I can’t claim to speak from experience, but I suppose the time will be well spent.
Not bad for starters, eh? Working through assiil increased my fluency, but by how much? Greek is difficult whatever you do.
Assimil Le Nouveau Grec Sans Peine / Modern Greek With Ease
Like one of those yellow Langenscheidt language books. I’m absolutely delighted with it even before I’ve started using it. Grammar summary and wordlist at the end. Like anything else, it is no magic bullet. Grfc know that such a small book couldn’t possibly provide a thorough presentation of the language’s vocabulary, but is the same true of grammar?
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A quick search through the forums didn’t turn anything up, but I did see some mostly fleeting references to Le Latin sans Peine. I already had the target level when I started it. Does anyone know how far it takes the student? Thanks for any information or opinions, reltuk.
Flat Style by Ian Bradley. Board index Asximil Learning Greek. I’m only on the 30th lesson. Basically I went through it because I was interested about the audio. The female sanx have some slight inconsistencies. Just spotted your post by chance. But if you’ve gone through 30 lessons, you probably already know what it’s like and vrec the approach works for you.
With Attic, there are not many easy texts unfortunately. You learn pretty much Greek but the book skips the theoretical parts, so you learn intuitively. How is the pronunciation on the recordings?
Flat Style by Ian Bradley. So, please let us know if the process works for you. However, I’m positive that I could not have started my studies from zero using that book. It’s a gleaming pliable pocket-sized volume that looks at once like a ‘friend to man’ ie a thing of beauty.
There are short lessons, each with a small ‘funny’ line illustration. You ask about pronunciation. But almost any resource out there will help, bit by bit. There is a short section of Homeric singing at the very end of the recordings; with the digamma and sung to the same tune as the one available at Hagel’s site.