Dingbats wrote:I want to learn Attic Greek, and I'm trying to find a book. I have no teacher. I've found Teach Yourself Ancient Greek, but I don't even know if that book teaches you Attic. It looks good though, except that it uses "c" for sigma and uses a strange order of noun/adjective cases.
Is this a good book, or what would you recommend?
It's Attic (as a general rule, if it doesn't specify a dialect, or say "New Testament", then it is Attic).
Dingbats wrote:Are you sure there isn't a cheaper English-Greek dictionary out there?
Oh, and the Abridged Liddell and Scott is Attic, right?
And I think I still didn't get an answer if Teach Yourself Attic Greek is good.
Nope. The only use for them was in schools where Greek was taught.Are you sure there isn't a cheaper English-Greek dictionary out there?
For me, I find this much easier to absorb, but I can see how it seems unorthodox to others.
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