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Assimil Course: Le Grec Ancien sans Peine

I was wondering if anyone here had experience with Assimil's Ancient Greek course. A quick search through the forums didn't turn anything up, but I did see some (mostly fleeting) references to Le Latin sans Peine.

Has anybody here used or evaluated this course? Does anyone know how far it takes the student? How is the pronunciation on the recordings?

Thanks for any information or opinions,

reltuk
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Gerostathes

Can anybody tell me about Gerostathes by Leon Melas? I found this old book from 1894 in a used bookstore. Using a Liddell & Scott intermediate lexicon, I'm able to work through the first paragraph. Beyond this, I don't know much about it except that its a modern classic.

Is it attempting ancient prose?

My results so far:

"In a certain village-town of Western Greece (Hpeirou), near Ioanin,
Gerostathes lived before the Greek rebellion, an ...
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Translated Middle Participles

How would I translate the middle participles of a verb? Lets go with λυομενος. I have a vague recollection of it being "Having ransomed" or "having been ransomed" (in passive), but I'm not sure.
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Did I do this right?

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Greek prosody

anyone know where I can find a good reference of Greek prosody online? In particular I am interested in the role of the pitch accent in Greek poetry.
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pregnant sense?

Sometimes in a lexicon (usualy in entries on adverbs or prepositions) it explains the meaning of a word "In pregnant sense." What does that mean?
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Infinitive usage

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Athenaze - Book II

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Continuing my greek studies

I have taken a semester in Ancient Greek I and unfortunately my Ancient Greek II class was just cancelled. They told me that there was an insufficient amount of registered students.

Therefore in the meantime, I want to be able to continue my greek studies on my own and try and attend another Greek class next semester.
How can I set a study/reading schedule for myself? Is there any way of knowing on a general ...
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ATHENAZE - BOOK I

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