Greek to Me

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Xulon Press, Jul 1, 2002 - Fiction - 343 pages
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User Review  - fschipani - LibraryThing

I actually had this as a textbook in a graduate level Greek class. The lessons are well organized. The illustrations and word plays are a bit corny but I found myself remembering them, thus making the difficult task of learnig Biblical Greek much easier. Read full review

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I ordered this book from the publisher 30 years ago. This book is a great learning aid for New Testament Greek. I believe the Hand of the Lord was in this book.
I got about 1/3 of the way through
and due to life's circumstance I didn't finish.
I just pulled it off the shelf, along with my Nestlé Greek New Testament and i hope to start again. Even though I just learned the basics it was thrilling to be able to read the original text, esp. the first chapter of the Gospel of John.
 

Contents

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE GREEK ALPHABET
1
CHAPTER 4
40
CHAPTER 5
54
CHAPTER 6
66
CHAPTER 7
83
of the verb to be common irregular verbs reflexive and reciprocal
92
CHAPTER 8
98
CHAPTER 9
114
CHAPTER 12C
174
CHAPTER 14
199
CHAPTER 15
212
CHAPTER 17
234
CHAPTER 19
259
CHAPTER 20
272
APPENDIX
293
VOCABULARY GREEK TO ENGLISH
321

CHAPTER 11
136
CHAPTER 12B
160

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