|TITLE||Basic Notions of Greek 2|
|LEVEL||01 - Year 1 in Modular Undergraduate Course|
|DEPARTMENT||Classics and Archaeology|
|DESCRIPTION||This study-unit is intended for students with some knowledge of Greek. It will tackle Greek syntax through sentences adapted from Greek proverbs and others in English to be translated into Greek. Attention is also given to etymology.
To enable students to handle Greek sentences and proverbs of moderate complexity;
To offer students the opportunity to enlarge their knowledge of various aspects Ancient Greek culture as a by-product to their study of the language;
To make students aware of the continuous relevance of Ancient Greek language and culture through the centuries.
To possess knowledge of the rudiments of Ancient Greek syntax;
To read and understand Greek sentences composed in simple syntax;
To be able to cite more examples attesting to the legacy of Greek culture in the history of Western culture.
Hillard, A. E., Botting, C. G. and M. A. North (1992) Elementary Greek Exercises. London: Duckworth.
Notes will also be delivered in class by the lecturer.
|RULES/CONDITIONS||Before TAKING THIS UNIT YOU MUST TAKE CLA1004
In TAKING THIS UNIT YOU CANNOT TAKE CLA1006
|METHOD OF ASSESSMENT||
|LECTURER/S||Jurgen R. Gatt
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