savarez wrote:And, while the JACT 1ed is cheaply available due to its supersession by the 2ed, I would strongly prefer the 2ed over the 1ed. The revised edition really is that much better.
tico wrote:savarez wrote:And, while the JACT 1ed is cheaply available due to its supersession by the 2ed, I would strongly prefer the 2ed over the 1ed. The revised edition really is that much better.
What are the main differences between the two editions?
Coulior du Vice wrote:I've emailed JACT about something similar. Here it is if you're interested:
Me: "Will you be re-releasing your "Speaking Greek Cassette" in CD format?"
JACT Office: "Yes I believe the recordings for the CD (or if I remember correctly possibly 2 CDâ€™s) have recently been made and this will be offered soon, though I canâ€™t remember if that is in April or July: best to contact Cambridge University Press to ascertain date of release on that."
That's not MP3, but a hell of a lot better than cassette.
Also, I have another question. Would I need to use a more grammar-focused textbook (like "An Introduction to Attic Greek" or "Greek: An Intensive Course") on the side of "Reading Greek," or is it fine by itself?
EDIT: I also have an email from Cambridge Printing Press:
Me: "When do you plan on releasing the JACT "Speaking Greek" audio recordings on CD format?"
Cambridge: "This is not far off now, publication should be around June or July. Sorry I cannot be more specific, it is a bit too early to tell."
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