GraemeCarey wrote:I have a preference for Reading Greek, but, to be honest, I can't say it is in any way superior to Athenaze.
Athenaze is used by London University's Classics Department. So that must be a recommendation.
However, what I like about Reading Greek is the optional extras - The Independent Study Guide and CD - very useful if studying at home.
Basically, you pays your money and takes your choice.
N.B. It is important that British students use the UK Edition (marked as such on the cover) of Athenaze.
Why is there a difference between the UK and US edition of Athenaze and why is it important?