Friday, May 24, 2013

A Digital Tutorial For Ancient Greek Based on White's First Greek Book

A Digital Tutorial For Ancient Greek Based on White's First Greek Book 
Created by Jeff Rydberg-Cox (Classical and Ancient Studies Program, University of Missouri-Kansas City)
John William White's First Greek Book was originally published in 1896. The book contains a guided curriculum built around the language and vocabulary of Xenophon’s Anabasis. This digital tutorial is an evolving edition that is designed to run on both traditional browsers, tablet devices, and phones. Each lesson includes drill and practice exercises in addition to the text itself. The site also includes tab-delim
ited files for all of the vocabulary and grammar that can be imported into flashcard programs.
This is a work in progress that is taking shape through the winter of 2012 and spring of 2013. Expect things to change and know that you will find errors as you use this tutorial.
For more information about the design of the tutorial, you can read a preprint of an article that will be published the journal Classical World or a presentation from the 2013 meeting of the Digital Classics Association.

Table of Contents

  1. Flashcard Download Area

  2. 1: The Greek Alphabet
  3. 2: Breathings, Syllables, Elision, Accent, Punctuation.
  4. 3: Nouns-Introductory
  5. 4: A-Declension.—Feminines in η
  6. 5: Verbs—Introductory.
  7. 6: A-Declension—Feminines in α.
  8. 7: Imperfect Indicative Active.
  9. 8: O-Declension Nouns.
  10. 9: O-Declension (continued).
  11. 10: Future and First Aorist Indicative Active.
  12. 11: A- Declension.—Masculines
  13. 12: Perfect and Pluperfect Indicative Active
  14. 13: The Art of Reading
  15. 14: Adjectives of the Vowel Declension
  16. 15: Analysis of the Primary Tenses of the Indicative Active
  17. 16: Analysis of the Secondary Tenses of the Indicative Active
  18. 17: Demonstrative Pronouns
  19. 18: Present and Imperfect Indicative of εἰμί, be.
  20. 19: Present, Imperfect, and Future Indicative Middle
  21. 20: Aorist, Perfect, Pluperfect, and Future Perfect Indicative Middle
  22. 21: Indicative Passive.
  23. 22: Perfect and Pluperfect Indicative Indicative Middle and Passive of labial Mute Verbs
  24. 23: Perfect and Pluperfect Indicative Middle and Passive of Palatal and Lingual Mute Verbs
  25. 24: Prepositions
  26. 25: Labial and Palatal Mute Stems of the Consonant Declension
  27. 26: Lingual Mute Stems of the Consonant Declension
  28. 27: Adjectives of the Consonant Declension
  29. 28: Contract Verbs in αω in the Indicative
  30. 29: Contract Verbs in εω and οω in the Indicative
  31. 30: Contract Nouns and Adjectives of the Vowel Declension
  32. 31: Deponent Verbs. Conditional Sentences
  33. 32: Subjunctive Active. Vivid Future Conditions
  34. 33: Subjunctive Active (continued). Subjunctive in Exhortations and in Final Clauses
  35. 34: Subjunctive Middle and Passive. Subjunctive after Verbs of Fearing
  36. 35: Contract Verbs in the Subjunctive
  37. 36: Liquid Stems of the Consonant Declension
  38. 37: Interrogative and Indefinite Pronouns
  39. 38: Optative Active. Less Vivid Future Conditions
  40. 39: The Present Optative of εἰμί. Optative in Final Clauses. Object Clauses.
  41. 40: Optative Middle and Passive. Optative after Verbs of Fearing
  42. 41: Contract Verbs in the Optative
  43. 42: Stems in σ of the Consonant Declension
  44. 43: Imperative Active
  45. 44: Imperative Middle and Passive
  46. 45: Contract Verbs in the Imperative
  47. 46: Adjective Stems in ν and εσ of the Consonant Declension
  48. 47: Personal Pronouns
  49. 48: Reflexive, Reciprocal, and Possessive Pronouns
  50. 49: The Infinitive
  51. 50: The Infinitive In Indirect Discourse
  52. 51: Stems in ι and υ of the Consonant Declension
  53. General Vocabulary
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