The examination and, if indicated, the teaching of the following units of study can only be taken if the examinations of the preceding units of study have been passed of Ancient Greek for Linguists I
Building on Ancient Greek for Linguists I, this course aims to further develop knowledge of and insight into the grammar of Attic Greek. The focus will be on basic syntax, phonology and especially morphology. At the same time, students learn how to explain apparent phonological and morphological irregularities in Greek by using (historical) linguistic methods. The student’s preparation is essential for successful participation in this course. We will use Mastronarde’s Introduction to Attic Greek, supplemented by a course syllabus. During the second half of the course, we will be reading Greek texts in the original.
Knowledge: Greek morphology and vocabulary
Skills: be able to give a morphological analysis of Ancient Greek words
Skills: be able to translate an annotated Attic Greek text into correct English
Insight: be able to explain morphological irregularities or variation within Ancient Greek with reference to linguistic developments
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Mode of instruction
5-minute graded tests at the start of each class about vocabulary and grammar
Written final examination with short open questions
From a total of 9 short tests, the 7 best results will be taken into account. The average of these 7 results contributes 25% to the final mark.
The final exam counts for 75% of the final mark.
Additional requirement: the grade for the final exam must be at least 5.
There is a resit option for the final exam, but not for the short tests.
The result of the resit is again weighed (75%) against the average of the short tests (25%).
inspection and feedback
How and when an exam review will take place will be disclosed together with the publication of the exam results at the latest. If a student requests a review within 30 days after publication of the exam results, an exam review will be organized.
Donald J. Mastronarde, An Introduction to Attic Greek (2nd edition). Berkeley: University of California Press. (NB the first edition of this book cannot be used!)
Course handouts and presentations (distributed via Brightspace)
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