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Greek 101: Learning an Ancient Language

Learn Ancient Greek from an award winning educator through two of the most important works in the Greek language.

Watch First Lecture

36 Lectures

1
Image of The Greek Alphabet & Pronunciation
The Greek Alphabet & Pronunciation
0 of 33 min
2
Image of First-Declension Nouns
First-Declension Nouns
0 of 31 min
3
Image of Basic Rules of Greek Accentuation
Basic Rules of Greek Accentuation
0 of 32 min
4
Image of Additional Patterns of the First Declension
Additional Patterns of the First Declension
0 of 30 min
5
Image of Verbs in the Present Tense
Verbs in the Present Tense
0 of 29 min
6
Image of Adjective Forms & Second-Declension Nouns
Adjective Forms & Second-Declension Nouns
0 of 30 min
7
Image of Building Basic Translation Skills
Building Basic Translation Skills
0 of 29 min
8
Image of First- & Second-Declension Pronouns
First- & Second-Declension Pronouns
0 of 30 min
9
Image of Verbs in the Imperfect Tense
Verbs in the Imperfect Tense
0 of 30 min
10
Image of Verbs in the Future & Aorist Tenses
Verbs in the Future & Aorist Tenses
0 of 30 min
11
Image of First-Declension Masculine Nouns
First-Declension Masculine Nouns
0 of 29 min
12
Image of The Root Aorist
The Root Aorist
0 of 28 min
13
Image of Third-Declension Nouns
Third-Declension Nouns
0 of 31 min
14
Image of Understanding Dactylic Hexameter
Understanding Dactylic Hexameter
0 of 29 min
15
Image of Practicing Dactylic Hexameter
Practicing Dactylic Hexameter
0 of 32 min
16
Image of The Middle/Passive Voice: Present & Future
The Middle/Passive Voice: Present & Future
0 of 30 min
17
Image of Aorist & Imperfect Middle/Passive
Aorist & Imperfect Middle/Passive
0 of 31 min
18
Image of Perfect & Pluperfect Active
Perfect & Pluperfect Active
0 of 30 min
19
Image of Forming and Using Infinitives
Forming and Using Infinitives
0 of 29 min
20
Image of Active Participles
Active Participles
0 of 31 min
21
Image of Middle/Passive Participles
Middle/Passive Participles
0 of 30 min
22
Image of The Perfect System in the Middle/Passive
The Perfect System in the Middle/Passive
0 of 31 min
23
Image of The Subjunctive Mood
The Subjunctive Mood
0 of 31 min
24
Image of The Imperative Mood, Active
The Imperative Mood, Active
0 of 29 min
25
Image of The Imperative Mood, Middle/Passive
The Imperative Mood, Middle/Passive
0 of 32 min
26
Image of The Optative Mood
The Optative Mood
0 of 31 min
27
Image of The Aorist Passive
The Aorist Passive
0 of 31 min
28
Image of Third-Declension Adjectives
Third-Declension Adjectives
0 of 32 min
29
Image of Demonstrative Adjectives & Pronouns
Demonstrative Adjectives & Pronouns
0 of 29 min
30
Image of Personal & Possessive Pronouns
Personal & Possessive Pronouns
0 of 30 min
31
Image of Relative, Interrogative & Indefinite Pronouns
Relative, Interrogative & Indefinite Pronouns
0 of 31 min
32
Image of Regular -μι Verbs in the Active
Regular -μι Verbs in the Active
0 of 29 min
33
Image of Regular -μι Verbs in the Middle/Passive
Regular -μι Verbs in the Middle/Passive
0 of 31 min
34
Image of Review of Regular -μι Verbs
Review of Regular -μι Verbs
0 of 30 min
35
Image of The Verb εἰμί
The Verb εἰμί
0 of 30 min
36
Image of Irregular Verbs & Tips for Further Study
Irregular Verbs & Tips for Further Study
0 of 30 min

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October 27, 2019

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July 22, 2019

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w********m
July 19, 2019
I have found this course to be very helpful in focusing on the fundamentals. It has certainly helped me to refresh and enhance my knowledge of Greek. The professor's passion and entertaining method is great. Learing a language is not the easiest task for me and it takes commitment, dedication, motivation and drive to keep it up, but I am almost completed with the course, and will certainly repeat it to reinforce and master some of the lessons here. I use it with other guides and references. The cost is a non-issues as I am subscribe to all courses and can take as many as I want as often as I want. Looking forward to taking the Latin and Hebrew courses next.

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