Excerpt from Greek Lessons: Consisting of Selections From Xenophon's Anabasis, With Directions for the Study of the Grammar, Notes, Exercises in Translation From English Into Greek, and a Vocabulary
The Notes and Vocabulary, in connection with the author's Grammar, which cont... ains so many citations from the Anabasis, will, it is hoped, be found to supply abundant aid and illustration; and yet, it is believed, not more than is desirable in a work of this kind. It is not wise to harass a student's first essays in a new language with needless difficulties. Upon this principle, I have sought rather to diminish than to multiply the number of distinct words introduced; and have sometimes chosen to repeat a selection with additions, rather than introduce one that should be entirely new.
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