Textkit – Greek and Latin

This is a great resource I came across lately. I’m sure it’s not new to some of you, but if it is, do check it out! There are all sorts of downloadable resources for learning Greek and Latin. Most significant, in my opinion, are the composition workbooks. These workbooks, such as North and Hillard’s and Sidgwick’s, have been in use for over 100 years, going back to a time when kids learned Greek and Latin in elementary school. Where’s a Delorian when you need one?! I’ve taken plenty of Greek classes while at Briercrest College, but I still find my recall of vocabulary and verb forms to be a touch dodgey. I figure that learning to write, instead of just to read, Greek will help it all along. Do check out Textkit. It’s a candy store for nerdy academic kids!


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