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By Frederic William Farrar / Longman / 1867
This collection is invaluable for any student of the Greek language. Farrar briefly chronicles the entire language: the first volume covers the alphabet, letters as numerals, pronunciation, and parts of speech, while the second covers in-depth descriptions of specific grammar rules. Combined into one collection, these two volumes contain the basics of the Greek language, written clearly by a prominent scholar in the field.
With the Noet edition of Farrar’s Greek Grammar and Syntax Collection, you can study ancient Greek easier with linked definitions, synonyms, translations, and pronunciation tools for every word. Noet also helps you find etymological connections between English words and their ancient-Greek counterparts. Automatic syncing between devices prevents you from spending time searching for where you left off.
Frederic William Farrar (1831–1903) was born in Bombay, India. He attended King William’s College, King’s College, London, and Trinity College, Cambridge. Farrar was canon of Westminster and later rector of St. Margaret’s, Westminster. Later he became the archdeacon of Westminster Abbey and Dean of Canterbury. Known for his preaching, Farrar was also a prolific author. He wrote works on Scripture and theology along with novels and children’s books.