Johny Ze wrote:one by James Morwood,
another by Liddell-Scott,
and I've heard of one by a Woodhouse (that contains a good English-Greek section).
swiftnicholas wrote:When I was beginning Greek, I looked briefly at the Abridged (which I think is the smaller one?)
and Intermediate versions very quickly at a bookstore, and decided to buy the Intermediate version, because I assumed it would be more thorough and helpful. Much later, I somewhere (maybe here on Textkit?) got the impression that the smaller version could actually be more useful.
I haven't been able to look at a copy of the Abridged version again, but the only explanation I can think of is that maybe the Intermediate version offers more root words, whereas the Abridged version lists more inflectional forms for a smaller selection of words?
I know them as the Little Liddell, the Middle Liddell and the Great Scott.
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