Greek Travel Diaries by 19th-century Writers – Volume 1: Athens, Sparta & Mani | Greek-English Parallel Text
Improve your Greek listening skills and reading comprehension, while learning more about Athens, Sparta and Mani, and how it was 150 years ago.
The travel diaries in this book by J. P. Mahaffy and Bayard Taylor transport you back in time to the Greek cities of Athens, Sparta and Mani as they were 150 years ago and are not only a valuable source of historical evidence but also an interesting observation of the everyday life in Greece at that time.
Students of the Greek language (advanced level) will find this parallel-text book time-saving and extremely helpful.
This ebook features Greek travel diaries by 19th-century writers translated from the original English into Greek.
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The Greek audio recordings are available with a link in the eBook – you can listen to them online or download them on your device and listen to them anytime.
We hope that you will discover new and interesting things about Greece and have fun practicing your Greek listening and reading skills.
Designed for the language student as well as the lover of Greece and traveling, this convenient dual-language book features three great travelogues.
Each one appearing
first as a Greek-English parallel text,
then in Greek only (for the advanced Greek language learner) + companion links to the Greek Audio-file
Because the Greek and English texts follow each other sentence by sentence, you will save yourself the trouble of having to look up an unknown word in th dictionary. As a result, you’ll find your reading experience all the more enjoyable.
Benefits of Bilingual Books
- They are convenient. You can pick up this book and read it any time, at any location, and on your own schedule.
- Your vocabulary and language skills will improve, making you a better reader and listener.
- You can learn a lot from reading a book in your target language. This parallel text is non-fiction and features interesting and real topics so that you may benefit not only from the book’s language but also from its message.
- People have been using parallel textbooks to learn new languages for years as they are an invaluable educational tool.
total pages: 53 (A4) – printable version
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