I use it but rarely. And that's the way it should be used. It works for your memory when you don't remember verb forms and also when they're not quite predictable (Greek
). It's great when you can't find what the strange verbe in your text is but you should use it only when there's no other way to find out
. Just because to neglect memory and brain is evil
. You should try to use grammar books and vocabularies as long and persistent as possible. If you use Marinone often you don't practice and develope your greek skills - that's the point at which Marinone's opus is to be thougt negative of. Nevertheless, it's very handy and usefull when there's no hope left - which happens when you learn Greek, doesn't it?