What follows is not intended as an exhaustive ancient Greek course, but rather as pages which combine both information technology and the Web in order to make the approach to the subject more user-friendly, as well as allow students to assess their knowledge of the language.
The advantage of getting marks which will have no negative consequence at worst, recalls in many ways the catharsis experienced by the audience of tragedies, as intended by Aristotle.
These pages will be published gradually, as they will be brought to light, in no special order.
Obviously, there will be a number of mistakes. Also, the criteria adopted cannot but be arguable, as far as the content and the interface are concerned.
As I am well aware of the extent of the subject, I will be grateful to anyone who may wish either to co-operate or send in critiques or put forward proposals and suggestions.