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Classical Greek Vocabulary and Inflection
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Author(s): Marek Jerzy Minakowski, PhD
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No. of items: 3824
Rating: 4.0 (out of 5)
Last updated: Jun 14, 2000
 
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Greek is not a language that you can have learned. In fact, there is no one Greek: every kind of literature had in Ancient Greece its own literary language (it was usually the dialect of its first or the most eminent author). The vocabulary of every dialect was changing in time. Even in the same dialect and in the same time words have different meaning in different authors (or even works). To understand Greek text one must work all the time with vocabulary in hand, no matter how much one is advanced.
Words are introduced gradually, according to the course of learning (in opposition to e.g. English, learning of inflective languages like Greek, Latin or Polish follows not according to the frequency of words but according to the order of inflection; therefore, the order of learning is essential).

Greek inflection is very rich. Moreover, it plays an important role in syntax: Greek has loose word order. These are only endings that enable correct arrangement of words and finding the sense of a proposition. Inflection is the most difficult thing in learning Greek. On the other hand, for 2.5 thousand years of grammarians' work it has been so formalized that it fits perfectly for SuperMemo.

To make the collection work you have to install the GRAECA.FON font in Windows. This font is included in the <SuperMemo>/SYSTEMS/CLASSICAL GREEK - VOCABULARY AND INFLECTION/FONT/ folder.

 
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