What the test will most likely resemble, although of course things will change/be added/be removed.
Students: here is a link to a drive with books on your topics. Some of them are quite dense. Don't be intimidated - skim and see if anything catches your eye.
Dear students, as to why one contracts while the other ones does not, there seems to be no answer (that is, no answer that the grammarians are interested in answering). If you look at pg. 130 in your textbook, adjectives of this type do not contract where one would expect them to.
These are, again, the most common vocab words from Xenophon's Anabasis, and matches up pretty well with the most common vocab words needed to read any prose.
Hi students, trying out something new. Please go to this website now for the daily homework assignments. Announcements, resources, handouts, etc. will stay on this site. Apologies for the slight inconvenience.
Hi guys, an option to think about: every year the Paideia Institute runs a program called Living Greek in Greece (or Living Latin in Rome). The Paideia Institute is a wonderful institution that focuses on improving students' (of all ages) fluency in Greek and Latin. Plus, you get to do it in Greece and/or Italy. Included are trips around Greece (including to Delphi - the most beautiful place in the world). So please think about this; it's a wonderful opportunity. Parents - you might want to think about joining your student!
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