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No passive learning wrote:
My question (for you or whomever reading this) is simple: How do you manage to read/translate Classical Greek? I've tried so a million times but it seems that most of the sentences (by Homer or Aristotle) are simply pointless, and polysemic. Is there any method to read and understand languages like Latin or Classical Greek?
Thanks in advance.
I have to come myself after 7 years to reply to my own question: INTERLINEAR TRANSLATIONS AND LINGUA LATINA PER SE ILLUSTRATA are the way to go with reading proficiency in Latin and Greek.
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