Shows second-year students that Greek is very regular in the way it forms words -- if you know the rules.
The purpose behind this book is to show that Greek is very regular in the way it forms words--if you know the rules. It explains why Greek words do what they do, in a way that second-year Greek students can understand. Can be used with the author's Analytical Lexicon to the Greek New Testament.
This easy-to-use, one-stop guide to biblical Greek offers students, pastors, and teachers who only need reminders of language basics a summary of the important but introductory issues contained in the original grammar.
This book presents every inflectional pattern in the Greek New Testament, explaining the pattern in terms of a formula, showing how principles of phonetic change alter the application of the formula, and giving every word which follows each inflectional pattern.
This companion volume to "New Testament Greek Primer" reviews grammar, expands vocabulary, and exposes the student to more New Testament context.
Introduces Greek students to the field of linguistics and shows how its findings can increase their understanding of the New Testament.
This is an all-new analytical Greek lexicon, based on the critical Greek text (UBS3), with Goodrick / Kohlenberger numbers and new grammatical paradigms.
This volume is the best book available for building New Testament Greek vocabulary with new improvements to make it even better!
Languages inevitably evolve, and our understanding of texts from particular times and places must be illuminated by an awareness of changes and continuities in linguistic usage over time. The Development of Greek and the New Testament explores the relationship between the developing Greek language and the body of writings in Greek that make up the New Testament, arguing that the history of Greek is vitally important to New Testament interpretation. Caragounis provides a wealth of historical information not otherwise readily available to students of New Testament Greek. Extensive tables, indices, and bibliographies aid further study. An essential resource for advanced students of New Testament Greek, this unique work is highly valuable for all Hellenists, Byzantinists, and students of Greek patristics.
Intermediate New Testament Greek helps students learn to use their knowledge of Greek in the exegesis of the New Testament. It accomplishes this goal by augmenting traditional grammar with insights from modern linguistics.
The present work is designed primarily for students who are constrained by circumstances to begin the study of New Testament Greek without the aid of a teacher. The two volumes presume that the beginner knows nothing about the Greek language, and little or nothing about traditional categories of grammar which come from the Greco-Latin heritage. These traditional categories are explained as the Greek of the New Testament is introduced. An elaborate system of indices and lists has been worked out to enable the student to see how morphological forms and vocabulary words fit into the language as a whole.
"For over twenty years, first-year Greek students have relied on James Allen Hewett's New Testament Greek: A Beginning and Intermediate Grammar for its straightforward approach to the fundamentals of language study. Now completely revised and updated, this trusted grammar will provide a new generation of beginning scholars with a solid foundation for doing translation, exegesis, and biblical interpretation. New Testament Greek clearly presents complex Greek grammatical concepts in terms of familiar English grammar. Each concept is then illustrated using multiple examples from the New Testament, and students apply their learning with translation exercises drawn directly from biblical text instead of artificial sentences created by grammarians. The CD-ROM included with the textbook contains powerful learning tools for vocalizing Greek, mastering new vocabulary, and identifying verb forms. Features include:new chapters providing a foundational understanding of the basic components of language a linguistically informed chapter on how languages communicate meaning detailed explanations of complex grammatical constructions that shed light on biblical meanings grammatical discussions that reflect recent advances in the understanding of Greek tense and case vocabulary study lists based on NT word frequency Greek-to-English translation exercises that help students quickly build competency and confidence optional "Step Beyond" advanced grammar sections and English-to-Greek translation exercises expanded reference appendixes, including summary word charts, vocabulary lists, and a list of principal parts of common verbs a dictionary of all the Greek words used in the text a complete answer key to the translation exercises on the CD-ROM"--Publisher description.
Publisher: Cambridge, Eng.: Cambridge University Press Publication date: 1914 Subjects: Greek language, Biblical Notes: This is an OCR reprint. There may be typos or missing text. There are no illustrations or indexes. When you buy the General Books edition of this book you get free trial access to Million-Books.com where you can select from more than a million books for free. You can also preview the book there.
Depth, accuracy, relevancy and up-to-date presentation make this intermediate Greek grammar the finest available. Written by a world-class authority on textual criticism, it links grammar and exegesis to provide today's second-year Greek student with solid exegetical and linguistic foundations.
This first-year Greek textbook discusses all the forms and basic syntax of Koine Greek, complete with extensive paradigms, examples, and explanations. --from publisher description
First published in 1993, Basics of Biblical Greek is the most popular introduction to the field, used in universities and seminaries around the world. Over 200,000 students have learned biblical Greek under its guidance. This significant third edition has been carefully developed in consultation with instructors, students, self-learners, and homeschoolers. Users can now take advantage to the many improvements made at the book’s website, www.Teknia.com, where they will find—for free—an online course, walking students through every chapter; vocabulary flashcards; video and audio helps; Greek fonts; quizzes for each chapter; fun songs and games; and much, much more. Now in a larger size, with an attractive 2-color design, the third edition adds an element of fun, with encouragement, songs, and more, which appear in the margins. Chapter 35 has been split into two chapters, “half-time review” sections have been added to every chapter, and new exegesis sections are now included. These and other improvements serve to enhance the learning experience and will continue BBG’s legacy as the premier introduction to biblical Greek.
This companion to Basics of Biblical Greek and Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics contains annotated readings from the New Testament designed for second-year students of the Greek language.