This is the Italian version of Athenaze. It copies the natural learning style of Lingua Latina, but for learning Ancient Greek. This is volume 2. Please see my other. The Italian Athenaze is not quite as fully integrated or perfected as LLPSI (my Macintosh-computer-loving mind makes the comparison of an. Download Athenaze Italiano. Description. Download Athenaze Italiano Free in pdf format. Sponsored Ads. Account Login · Register. Search.

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So, the Italian Athenaze is a fit for me. I found this disappointing: Athdnaze edited by pmda on Sun May 30, Learn how your comment data is processed.

As I work at a high profile academic private school, most are quite driven. It used to be much harder to order these outside Italy, but if you can navigate Italian Amazon, you can get them.

If you can’t look it up, how does a dictionary help with your spelling? I see so many references to it atheanze, from what I assume are native English speakers, so why buy this textbook in another language? The author has told me that an English language version is planned next year. I really believe that half of my students are mentally deficient.

So, you want to know about the Italian Athenaze?

If you have done a Greek course before, and want italjano sustained reading-based approach, you could athenazze use of this without great difficulty. You can view a description of the volumes and view a generous, extended preview of the texts, on the Vivarium Novum site here: Introduzione al greco anticoin 2 volumes. When I was in Florence studying some elementary Greek, my tutor informed me that there was such a book that teaches Greek in Greek with pictures and very clear marginal notes, Athenaze.


I say ‘English’ but from what I undestand it may be close to Orberg – presumably you need a little vernacular for this – otherwise it’d all be Greek – if you see what I mean.

Quod cuique temporis ad vivendum datur, eo debet esse contentus. I, Lex Llama, super genius, will one day rule this planet! But it is more than anyone else has done, or will do for some time I suspect. I have been telling them what 1st, 2nd, and 3rd person is all year, ever week. I purchased it in a bookstore there, and though I have yet to dedicate serious time to Greek study, I am delighted that I can read the New Testament with minimal effort.

As for the girl who cries at the thought of a dictionary, I sympathize with her. They are not known for their speed. There is nothing to understand in this. You are commenting using your WordPress. This is common sense. It is from Italy though. Return to Learning Greek. I can tell you right now, that not all the kids find the plot engaging and love it.

Ἀθήνᾱζε Α [Athènaze I]

Otherwise, they’ll never catch athenazw. I like to learn through stories. I have been done a great wrong, for I have a Greek exam next Wednesday and am struggling incessantly in order to memorise and be able to utilise the grammar in time despite a years of instruction, whereas I do learn rather quickly from the LL iraliano.


A phonetic spelling dictionary would be in order here, not a normal one intended for finding the meanings of words, not their spellings.

Why the ITALIAN Athenaze? : Learning Greek

You hold a kid to what they are capable of, not what they are willing to give. Horae quidem cedunt et dies et menses et anni, nec praeteritum tempus umquam revertitur nec quid sequatur sciri potest.

The result is a text which teaches Greek in Greek, and that contains detailed grammatical explanations in Italian; but I find they are somewhat unnecessary, fortunately. My Greek learning was quite limited to the standard sorts of texts that Textkit, thank heavens, offers, but I did not have quite the patience, and wanted to learn Greek in Greek.

Go and read this post here and the comments! He has the World Wide Web at his finger tips, and yet he turns in crap. July 3, By thepatrologist in Uncategorized 1 Comment. It is also a major feat itself, and of great help to us, if we take the opportunity to work with what we have.

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