It looks like Barnes and Noble has it for a more affordable rate than Amazon does, 30 bucks. Unfortunately, I'm being stymied by the lack of answer key for Athenaze book 1. The book looks like a good one, but it is useless if I can't check my work.
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AncientGreek submitted 4 years ago by wraith7of9. I'm studying this independently out of interest at my home, and appreciate any advice you folks can give me.
Athenaze 2 Teacher’s Handbook | Confessional Bibliology
Is there any other place where I can find the answer key? Hey, thanks very much, I didn't think of B and N! I've tried the usual sources--local university trqnslations, chapters, amazon, ebay, but I am unable to find a teacher's guide that will ship to me here in Canada.
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I think a new edition just came out so you might be able to find the old one for cheap. The Perseus Project — This is an exceptional site that has collections of Greek texts, English translations, and easily-searchable Greek lexicons.
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ATHENAZE An Introduction to Ancient Greek Second Edition | Sérgio Correia - santicavision.info
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Unfortunately, I'm being stymied by the lack of answer key for Athenaze book 1. Thank you in advance! It looks like Barnes and Noble has it for a more affordable rate than Amazon does, 30 bucks. However, we certainly welcome discussions of ancient Greek culture, history, and mythology, and posts may involve every dialect of ancient Greek. The format is fun but I feel tdanslations something more grammar-heavy gave me a firmer grasp of what's going on.
I have Athenaze too, although I haven't spent a lot of time in it. Want to add to the discussion?
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This subreddit is dedicated to discussions about ancient Greek language and literature. I don't have Mastronarde, but will try to grab a copy.
Athenaze 2 Teacher’s Handbook
It's also great when you need to reference concepts again later on. Thanks again, I appreciate your help!
They do ship to Canada. Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities.