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A. C. Kendrick’s Greek Ollendorff is an accessible introduction to ancient Greek, built on the thought and methods of language educators Heinrich Gottfried Ollendorff and Jean Manesca. Kendrick notes that his text maintains “rigid adherence to the Ollendorff method, and the greater simplicity of its plan . . . simplifying as much as possible the character of the exercises, and keeping out of sight every thing which would divert the student’s attention from the naked construction.” The aim of this work is to “apply the methods which have proved so successful in the acquisition of the modern languages to the study of the ancient Greek.” Throughout these nearly 400 pages, Kendrick introduces the Greek alphabet, basic grammatical categories, tenses, syntax, and more. His compact lessons teach a main principle and include practice exercises. Straightforward and easy to follow, this text offers plentiful notes, charts, and examples.
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- Provides a basic introduction to ancient Greek
- Offers language-learning materials designed for the beginner
- Includes helpful exercises, notes, charts, and examples
- Title: Greek Ollendorff
- Author: A. C. Kendrick
- Publisher: D. Appleton and Company
- Publication Date: 1851
- Pages: 396
About A. C. Kendrick
Asahel Clark Kendrick (1809–1895) was a famous New Testament scholar and professor of Greek at the University of Rochester. To commemorate his career, his peers published An American Scholar: A Tribute to Asahel Clark Kendrick, in his honor.