Grammar exercises:


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There are two basic types of grammar exercises: gapfills, and multiple-choice questions. For the gapfills, you will usually be asked to complete a paradigm by typing the correct characters into textboxes. Each of these exercises includes an onscreen keyboard; to type a character, put the cursor in the box you want to type in, then click on the appropriate button for the character you want to insert. Note that the character will always be inserted at the end of the current text, even if your cursor is in the middle of some text you've already typed.

Another approach to typing characters is to get your own Classical Greek Unicode keyboard. One implementation for Windows is available on the Classical Greek Unicode Website. If you're interested in studying Greek to a higher level, this is probably the best approach, because you'll learn to type the characters fairly quickly, and then you'll easily be able to produce your own texts.