pufi wrote:Oh, I have a lot of material for ancient Greek. I have kept all the school material, including the grammar and an enormous Greek-Italian dictionary, as well as literature and texts. I had quite old-fashioned teachers, so they made us learn a lot of things by heart and I still can remember most paradigms of irregular verbs, as well as declention patterns. I even remember pieces of the Odyessea (in metric), but the largest part has already been forgotten....
If anything of this is useful, let me know.
HerrFraeulein wrote:By the way: you should definitely give Asterix in Latin a go too. Hilarious
ego wrote:Wellcome all, I created this thread for everyone interested in learning or discussing ancient Greek
Dminor wrote:I'm here to help as well. I could help with the "normal stuff" of ancient Greek, and probably I'm going to follow a course of Mycenaean at university some time of this year as well, so maybe I could pass on some knowledge of that afterwards, too. I can't wait until those lessons start
I'm going to follow a course of Mycenaean at university some time of this year
ego wrote:I hate you . I really do..
In Homer's language one can find archaic elements as far as I know, and archaic elements in Homer means Mycenaean I guess. I have read smth about ablative in -φι and locative in -οι, but I guess not all declension patterns for these cases are known today, right?
Alcadras wrote:Hmm. I thought that there were not many differences between Ancient Greek and Modern Greek, just a few different words. But i learned that Greek people can not understand even a word. The alphabet is the same, as i see at least , so what is it so special about Ancient Greek? I mean what kind of hard features has it got? Why is it harder than Modern Greek?
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