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So, you want to learn Coptic? A Guide to Bohairic Coptic

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The paperback version has corrected known typographical errors. A Bohairic grammar book specifically designed for the nonlinguist, designed to get you understanding Coptic texts from the very beginning without getting bogged down in the grammar. * Pronunciation rules * Grammar explained and made easy * 800 word glossary * Verb tense tables * Examples and exercises from hym ...more
Paperback, 324 pages
Published by St. Mary, St. Bakhomious, and St. Shenouda Coptic Orthodox Church Kirawee
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veterisflammae
Mar 31, 2018 rated it it was amazing
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I don't consider myself to be an expert of Coptic grammar, but thanks to this book I've reached a good grasp of the language, after roughly a year of studies.
It's especially useful to understand what's going on during mass, instead of limiting ourselves to repeat things like parrots.
In order to get the book I had to wait till it was printed in Canada, then sent to the US, then shipped to Milan, and from Milan to my hometown in central Italy... but it was totally worth it.
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