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Elementary Greek

By James Voelz

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Media from Elementary Greek, EN-093, as taught by Dr. James Voelz at Concordia Seminary during the Summer of 2004. Clips below are listed in the order they were covered in class. For help on pronunciation, look for the Elementary Greek Pronunciation Helps audio files. For more information, follow the links at the side to purchase a copy of the textbook, learn more about the professor, or interact with the material.

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Gives Ancient Greek study a bad name

This professor is terrible. I could teach this better than he can. He has no passion for the subject and makes it sooo boring. Ancient Greek is a wonderful language especially to read. There are a wealth of stories and myths to read in their original as well as the philosophy and epic. I don't know but after learning on my own, this course listed here should be deleted. This professor is dry, sarcastic, and seems he really doesn't care about the subject. I would have not liked Ancient Greek if I took this course. Get the book Athenaze, a textbook, or another text like Alpha to Omega or the JACT reading Greek course. Remember Ancient Greek is NOT Koine (common, today's) Greek.