Since we're on the subject of Greek textbooks, I'm currently using Reading Greek by JACT. It's a fine text, but I wish the grammar and explanations were more thorough. I've heard alot of great things about Mastronarde's Introduction to Attic Greek. Is it really as good as they say? Another text that gets mentioned is Thrasymachus by Peckett. A somewhat similar approach to RG -- is it any good?
I had to gloat!-Here in wee little Stephenville, TX a bookstore that had been closed down for sometime had the lights on so I stopped by. The owners let me in to look around, and I found and purchased several GREAT books at reasonable prices. They had much more I'd love to have purchased several greek readers and full works in Greek, (some loebs). But I have their #'s and perhaps they'll let me back ...
I'm not going to bid because too many of the books are copyright protected. But it's a very nice collection. I have no idea who the buyer is or the actual condition of the books - so buyer beware! But it's worth looking at.
Please could anyone translate these sentences to help me correct an exercise I did?
1) The tables of many lords are frugal
2) The Three friends are a treasure for the country
3)The romans were disciples of the greeks
4)The wolf devours your and my lamb
5)We had been good friends of the farmers