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MODERN GREEK (MDGR)

Office: 200-D B.B. Comer Hall

MDGR 101 Elementary Modern Greek I. 3 hours.

Contemporary modern Greek—speaking, reading, and writing. Course involves self-instructional approach in the Critical Languages Center. Students are required to study the textbook and listen to assigned audio materials (CDs, or computer sound files). Students have practice sessions three hours per week with a language “trainer” who is a native/near native (or superior) speaker of the language. Native speakers of this language cannot take this course. Any students with background knowledge of this language must see the CLC director before registering. Not repeatable without permission of the CLC director. Offered each semester.

MDGR 102 Elementary Modern Greek II. 3 hours.
Prerequisite: MDGR 101 or consent of CLC director.

Contemporary modern Greek—speaking, reading, and writing. Course involves self-instructional approach in the Critical Languages Center. Students are required to study the textbook and listen to assigned audio materials (CDs, or computer sound files). Students have practice sessions three hours per week with a language “trainer” who is a native/near native (or superior) speaker of the language. Not repeatable without permission of CLC director. Offered each semester.

MDGR 201 Intermediate Modern Greek I. 3 hours.
Prerequisite: MDGR 102 or consent of CLC director.

Continuation of modern Greek on the intermediate level. Emphasis is on the development of reading skills and writing proficiency. Not repeatable without permission of the CLC director. Offered according to demand.

MDGR 202 Intermediate Modern Greek II. 3 hours.
Prerequisite: MDGR 201 or consent of CLC director.

Continuation of MDGR 201. Emphasis is on the development of reading skills and writing proficiency. Not repeatable without permission of the CLC director. Offered according to demand.

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