Self-Assessment Modules 1–13

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Rate yourself on a scale of 1 to 10, where 10 represents mastery and 1 its opposite. Answer each of the below thoughtfully. For any score less than a 7, review the material.

MEMORY

  1. Do I have the alphabet (upper- and lower-case letters, names of letters) and the sounds (long vowels, short vowels, diphthongs) memorized?
  2. Can I accent almost any noun or verb?
  3. Can I define adjectives, adverbs, articles, conjunctions, nouns, prefixes, prepositions, and substantive adjectives?
  4. Do I have a strategy for translating, especially when I get stuck?
  5. Do I know how to get the stem for adjectives, nouns, and verbs and can I conjugate and decline them?
  6. Have I memorized the Case and Function Chart ?
  7. Have I memorized the verb and noun endings and do I know how to put them on the correct stem?
  8. Have I memorized the article?
  9. Have I memorized the essential vocabulary?

APPLICATION AND CONCEPTS

  1. Do I have a strategy for memorization and do I use it?
  2. Can I pronounce basic and complex words correctly? If not, do I have a strategy for improving?
  3. Do I understand how endings create meaning?
  4. Do I understand the functions of adverbs, adjectives, conjunctions, nouns, prefixes, prepositions, and verbs?
  5. Can I apply my knowledge of the functions of adverbs, adjectives, conjunctions, nouns, prefixes, prepositions, and verbs to parse sentences in English?
  6. Do I understand how to apply the Case and Function Chart? Could I teach another how to use it?
  7. Do I understand how the article can be used to create a noun? Can I provide three specific and different examples in Greek?
  8. Do I understand the key differences between how English creates meaning and how Greek does? Hint: English creates meaning in two distinct ways and Greek does the same in two.

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