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Unlike other traditional books, it does not presume a previous knowledge of another inflected language; all the explanations necessary to understand Greek are contained within the book itself.-Languages and Literature ...all the new material is very fully and clearly explained ... so much so that I had hopes that a motivated student would be able to continue on his own ... there are a very large number of drills and practice sentences...-Peter L.D. Reid This is a text of such wonderful clarity that it is a delight for both student and instructor.-Lydia Lenaghan
Hardy Hansen is Professor of Classics at Brooklyn College and at the Latin/Greek Institute of City University of New York. Dr. Gerald M. Quinn was Dean of the College at Lincoln Center, Fordham University.
Greek: An Intensive Course is an excellent book for students of classics and any one who want to learn Ancient Greek for academic purpose.Published 18 months ago by Kambale Nziwa
Greek: An intensive course by Hansen and Quinn is the best Greek textbook I've worked with so far. It explains the grammar you need to know up front and in detail, which is very... Read morePublished on June 9 2011 by Fritz
I am currently using this book to learn Greek with a friend. It is VERY helpful and easy to understand. Read morePublished on Feb. 1 2003
This book seemed to me popular, so I bought.
It was my first book of Greek, so i cannot compare with other books. But there were some problems in it.
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Other reveiews are too generous for this book.
This book seemed popular, so I bought.
It was my first book of Greek, so i cannot compare with other books. Read more
As complex as Ancient Greek is, trying to organize the key grammatical concepts in an understandable and concise manner is a daunting challenge. Read morePublished on July 16 2002
There are two books in Greek language instruction, "Greek: an Intensive Course," and Clyde Pharr's "Homeric Greek." All others are mere pretenders. Read morePublished on May 23 2002 by Patrick Walsh
I used this book in an extension/evening class at a local college. I quickly got to like and respect it. The book is very pragmatic. It is hard-nosed and hard-headed. Read morePublished on May 13 2002
I began my study @ the University of Washington three months ago and have finished half of the Hansen and Quinn text. Read morePublished on Dec 13 2001 by Brendan Haug