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The 100 Word Exercise Book, Greek (The 100 Word Exercise Book) by Jane Wightwick

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Published by GW Publishing,Chinnor .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Grammar & vocabulary,
  • Language & Literature,
  • Modern Greek,
  • Language

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsIoanna Psalti (Translator)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12265203M
ISBN 101903103053
ISBN 109781903103050

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you read a book about, say, boats, 80% of the book is likely to be made up of words everyone would know, but a portion of the remaining 20% would be more specific vocabulary referring to naval vessels. The 80% List in Greek: As students of ancient Greek know, some Greek words can appear in . Hi Ourania, I am learning greek by myself,but I do not have a book. I had only for the beginners. I think I am now B1 level. I am looking for a good grammar book with reading & vocabulary exercises. Which book/s should I check for?   The only reason I could use Your First Words in Greek is that I memorized the alphabet first. I would have been quite crabby otherwise. I find the attitude here to be insensitive to how people learn, and part of a larger and sad trend towards minimizing the role of memorization and rote exercises and drills in language-learning. work. Thus, as the book progresses, students read more about science, art, and classic literature. The word lists and the ancient Greek and Latin word elements have been carefully selected on the basis of their appropriate level and usefulness in students’ academic work. Word .