chrestomathy definition

  • noun:
    • A selection of literary passages, often by one writer.
    • An anthology utilized in studying a language.
    • an accumulation written passages, accustomed learn a new language.
    • A selection of passages, with records, etc., to be used in acquiring a language.
    • an accumulation of extracts and option pieces, specially from a foreign language, with records of explanation and training: because, a Hebrew chrestomathy.
    • a selection of passages from different authors which created as an aid in learning a language
    • an array of literary passages, typically by one author.
    • An anthology used in studying a language.
    • an accumulation of written passages, familiar with find out an unfamiliar language.
    • an array of passages, with notes, etc., to be used in obtaining a language.
    • A collection of extracts and choice pieces, specially from a foreign language, with notes of explanation and training: because, a Hebrew chrestomathy.
    • a selection of passages from different authors that's put together as an aid in learning a language

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