From: Randall Buth (ButhFam@compuserve.com)
Date: Fri Apr 20 2001 - 11:16:19 EDT
>I'm teaching Greek to grammar school students, and I've been putting off
>contract vowels because of the amount of material in the lists / charts /
>tables. I expect that many adult learners intuitively translate these
>but the younger ones seem to work better if they have something more
Might I suggest using REAL Greek forms:
EUODOU~SQAI 'to be prospering'
PERIPATEI~N 'to be walking'
AGAPA~N 'to be loving'
Just use lots of real-verb drill in class, so that they use the many common
verbs of this type before you explain "why".
Adults can learn this way, too, and it sits better in the brain.
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