A manual grammar of the Greek New Testament

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Macmillan, 1957 - Religion - 368 pages
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Dana and Mantey's Manual Grammar is a standard intermediate-level Greek grammar, utilizing the eight-case system of Greek verb classification. For those who have had at least one year of beginning Greek.

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Used by Greek Professor . . . Good enough for me!

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This Grammer of the Greek New Testament was used by the Greek Professor of Moody. Kenneth Wuest sites this specific work in his Greek Word Studies set. If it is good enough for Wuest, it is good ... Read full review

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This was my text book whiil I was in seminary about 40 years ago. I have charish this manual because it provides the basis to understand Grreek grammar and so we can understand what the Bibliclal ... Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER
19
Introductory
59
The Cases
65
Copyright

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