(A Greek Reader) [PDF/EPUB] ô Friedrich Jacobs
Excerpt from A Greek Reader Chiefly From Jacobs' Greek Reader; Adapted to Bullions' Greek Grammar With Introduction on the Idioms of the Greek Language Notes Critical and Explanatory and an Improved LexiconThis Work is on the plan of the Latin Reader published two years ago and which has been so favorably Kingdom Children received by the public It contains a similar Introduction on the leading idioms of The Greek language soaranged that eference to any part is easy and is constantly made in notes at the foot of each page The Introductory course consists of two parts Fz'rst Exercises in Etymology beginning with those of the mos. ,
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