From: Carl W. Conrad (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Oct 25 1996 - 06:48:32 EDT
At 9:48 AM -0500 10/25/96, KULIKOVSKY, Andrew wrote:
>What I find the most difficult thing to do at present when reading
>Greek is parse accurately.
>Do any of the scholars or Greek teachers out there know of any
>good ways to learn to parse well. I can parse nouns and adjectives
>reasonably well and present tense verbs, but the other verb forms
>and especially PARTICIPLES, I have a lot of trouble with.
>Can anyone point me to books, sections of books or articles that
>deal with this matter well.
>Please, any help would be greatly appreciated.
>I think someone has the follow quote/proverb in there sig:
>"To translate is human; To parse, divine."
>Yes, I am beginning to see there is a lot of truth in this....
>XARIS KAI EIRHNH from another MICRO Greek.
I have a 7-page handout on verb forms showing their formation by
constituent elements; this is something I give my first-year students once
they have completed the morphology of the verb sometime in the second
semester. I'd be willing to send this out to anyone who wants it as an
e-mail attachment, but there are two limitations on it: (1) it is a MS Word
6.0 Macintosh file; it's readable as Word 6.0 for Windows and probably
could be converted to any other Mac or Windows WP format; but (2) it uses
SMK Greek fonts (commercial, but available for either Mac or Windows) and
couldn't be printed unless you have one of those fonts. So: with those
caveats, I'm willing to send it to anyone that wants it.
Carl W. Conrad
Department of Classics, Washington University
One Brookings Drive, St. Louis, MO, USA 63130
firstname.lastname@example.org OR email@example.com
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