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Does anyone have a 'cheat sheet' for Attic? By which I mean the grammar tables all put together on a single sheet of paper. I had one for Latin, which I printed out on one both sides, basically fitting 3 pages on each side (with font size reduced to small of course). For Attic I would imagine at least twice the room is needed, but it could still be small enough to act as a bookmark.
Before I try to do this myself, does anyone else already have one of these available? I looked on google but couldn't find anything. Otherwise I might have to pilfer Mastronarde's paradigms and shrink them as much as possible.
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Hmm I don't think it would really work, regardless you could just try writing one out and calling it revision.
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There are some nice memory aids and reviews (links at the bottom of these pages) from the university of Houston.
It helped me prepare for my test last year:syllabus 1syllabus 2syllabus 3
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