My name is Brandon, a student of foreign languages currently studying attic greek with great ardor. I have been studying for about 5 months across two books, and have found that Greek: An Intensive Course
by Hansen and Quinn to be most refreshing. I find that it throughly covers the elements of grammar and syntax before moving on, with each Unit being an achievement. You can understand and feel your mastery as you move through the drills, exercises and translations.
However! It lacks an answer key for the large majority of content, leaving an auto-didactic man like myself questioning my accuracy and correctness. It is here that I can come for such help, yes? I hope so!
My goals in studying Greek (and eventually Latin), is to begin my route towards a PhD in Classical Philology. It is a monumental task, but one that drives me to the very peaks of intellectual passion.
I currently have a reading fluency of French (as books are so accessible an free in this age!) and aim to begin German this summer. As an aside, does anyone know an online store where one can purchase books from the Collections Budé? Similar to the Loeb Classical library, it is a side-by-side text of Greek-French and Latin-French, full of analysis and discovery. Living in Boston I went to one of our premier foreign language bookstores and they had not a single copy! I hope you'll be able to help me here
C'est moi! I hope to discover a better understanding during my time here