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Classical Greek: A New Grammar: Greek grammar taught and explained, with examples. Paperback – 22 Mar 2012
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Juan Coderch (MA, PhD) has taught Latin and Greek at the University of Oxford (Faculty of Classics, 2003-7) and since 2007 has been Senior Language Tutor in Greek and Latin at the University of St Andrews. Apart from his academic activities, among other things he maintains a web site of world news in Classical Greek (www.akwn.net), has translated a case of the detective Sherlock Holmes, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and a story of Don Camillo, by Giovanni Guareschi, into Classical Greek (both published together in a single book by Metheksis Editions, Greece), is the author of "Teaching Ancient Languages: a selected guide to available material" (published by the Higher Education Academy, 2009), has collaborated with the Scottish Qualification Authority as a member of the Qualification Design Team for Classical Languages in the design of the new Curriculum for Excellence and is currently working on the two books of exercises that will accompany each of his two grammars (date of completion for each one still unknown): ° Classical Greek: A New Grammar – Book of exercises ISBN 978-0-9571387-1-1 ° Latin: A New Grammar – Book of exercises ISBN 978-0-9571387-3-5
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If I need an authoritative source for a paper I can always go to Smyth, Goodwin or Schwytzer; but if I need to learn or clarify some point of grammar I think Coderch's work is much more to the point and easier to understand.