Bert wrote:Benner does not have a new vocabulary list with each lesson?
There are no lessons. It's just selections from the Iliad in the first part of the book, line-by-line notes in the middle, a precis of Homeric grammar, then a dictionary.
That would make it a lot less suitable for using this book to follow Pharr would it not?
Or are there no alternatives ?
All I know of work the same way, with this text/notes/vocab division, and no lessons.
I like it that I can familiarize myself with the vocabulary before reading the next 15 lines or so.
Then you must begin to steel yourself now for life after Pharr. You'll have to make a quick run through the next 15 lines, writing down unknown words, looking them up, then coming back to read more slowly armed with that new hoard of words.
I don't know about your study practices, but I have notebooks just for this.