This is a brief follow-up to my earlier post on finding a translation of Enoch. Several people have offered suggestions in the comments to supplement by opinion that the “best value” translation is the Fortress Press reprint of Nickelsburg and VanderKam from the Hermeneia series. But if you want to read the Ethiopic text of of 1 Enoch, the resources available tend to be very expensive and hard to find.
James Hamrick has created a number of Reading Guides for reading 1 Enoch. He is a Graduate Student at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, blogs at The Ancient Bookshelf. He has posted a few these to Academia.edu. He uses the text from R.H. Charles and creates a worksheet with a vocabulary list. Hamrick does not offer any grammatical comments, but for a beginning student these worksheets will make for good practice.
Hamrick posted similar documents for Ethiopic Jubilees as well as a set of Ge’ez Flashcards.