This is a comparative approach to Greek and Latin grammar and serves to introduce students to the syntax of both languages side by side.
Modern students' lack of formal training in the grammar even of their own language leads to an impatience with the jargon and rules of syntax in their study of the ancient inflected languages. This comparative approach to Greek and Latin (first published in 1934) serves to intruduce students to the syntax of both languages side by side. It has three main thrusts: the first critical - to explain usages and the labels and theories attached to them; the second historical - to explain the process by which the languages developed and changed; the third psychological - how did the working of speakers' or writers' thoughts make them express themselves?
Bcp Advanced Language S
Bloomsbury Academic, Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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