Greek stream

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Purpose of the Greek stream Stream[edit]

Major: If all units in this stream are completed, it will be the equivalent of a Major

Minor: If all units up to level X in this stream are completed, it will be the equivalent of a Minor

Units in the Greek stream Stream[edit]

  • Course code: Unit name

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Participants[edit]

(imported from Wikibooks)

Interested students[edit]

  1. --User:Kusarbo 11:20 Friday 3 of February 2006 (gmt +10:00) Know almost nothing about this other then the occasional glance at wierd glyphythings.. I suppose I would be interested in other a lot of other languages to but have not seen much of them..
  2. --User:Diogenes Have taken Greek course in Univerity. Would love to brush up and learn new things! Ancient and Modern Greek would be of interest, also Koine, or Biblical Greek.
  3. --Junesun 13:46, 22 May 2006 (UTC) Have studied some Modern Greek at university. I would like to continue and learn more.
  4. --Ivica 2:13, 7 July 2006 (gmt + 1:00) I like greek a lot, but never learned it. Hopefully, I will master it.

Wikibooks[edit]

b:Modern Greek provides lessons in Greek as it is spoken today. The old course is accessible but presently being re-worked, help would be appreciated. Meanwhile, a new kind of introduction to the Greek alphabet is already more than half-way complete.