New Words: Read the new words in Croy Lesson 3 out loud, paying careful attention to the sound of the Greek and the English meanings of each word. Read them over and over again until they begin to sound familiar to you. You should also write them out and say them out loud at the same time.
Parts of Speech: It is best to study vocabulary based on parts of speech, so you need to be clear about the different parts of speech represented in the vocabulary for this lesson. The nouns are listed here with the nominative singular and genitive singular forms. This is what allows you to identify the nouns which are all alpha, all eta, or mixed alpha-eta (θάλασσα, δόξα)
|Verbs: Chapter 3||Nouns: Chapter 3|
|ἔχω|| ἀδελφή, ἀδελφής
Accent Practice: Make sure you study the Prosody Patterns: Chapter 3 for your new words. (Read these notes About Prosody Patterns for more notes about this method of studying vocabulary.)
Make Flashcards. You need to make a set of hand-written flashcards that you can use for study and review purposes. (Read these notes About Flashcards for more notes about this method of studying vocabulary.)
Vocabulary Worksheet. Make sure you use the Vocabulary Worksheet to test your knowledge of the new words. (Read these notes About Vocabulary Worksheets for more notes about this method of studying vocabulary.)
Dictation. Listen to the audio, and write down each Greek word as you hear it. You can use the Vocabulary Worksheet to see if your answers are correct because the words in the dictation reading are presented in the same order as on the Worksheet. (Read these notes About Dictation for more notes about this method of studying vocabulary.)
Optional: You can play matching
and concentration games at the QUIA website.
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