By N. Clayton Croy
- An abundance of exercises
Each lesson comprises perform sentences taken from the Septuagint and the hot testomony in addition to Greek sentences composed by means of the writer. routines in English-to-Greek translation also are included.
- Concise yet actual grammatical explanations
Great care has been taken to insure that grammatical factors are transparent, right, and succinct. particularly, the Greek participle gets a fuller-than-usual treatment.
- A typical order of presentation
Material is gifted in keeping with the usual constitution of Greek and the normal terminology of grammarians. Declensions and primary elements, for instance, are provided in numerical order.
- Inclusive language
The publication makes use of inclusive language for humans throughout.
- Helpful appendixes for speedy reference
Included in the back of the booklet are the Greek paradigms, Greek-to-English vocabulary, English-to-Greek vocabulary, and a bibliography for additional study.
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Avgaqh,) (Rom 7:12) 7. avgaphte,Ã mh. mimou/ to. n avlla. to. avgaqo,n) (3 John 11) 8. kai. j mega,louj kai. j mikrou,j (Rev 20:12) English to Greek 1. Are the holy men receiving the good things of the land? 2. The house is beautiful, but the heart of the master of the house is wicked. 3. The dead do not know the truth, for they do not hear God s voice. 4. The evil one wishes to destroy the faithful [women], but they trust God. Page 27 44 45 Vocabulary for LXX and NT Sentences avgaphte,, beloved avndro,j, of a man auvtou/, of him, his auvtw/|, to him basile,wn, of (the) kings bibli,w|, (the) book gego,nasin, have been gegramme,noi, are written dw,h, may he give evlehmopoiou/, giving alms evgnw,kamen, we have come to know evgw,, I ei=, are ei=don, I saw eivmi, am ei=pen, he said evk, out of evma,, my own evn, in evntolh,, commandment evpi,, in e;sesqe, you shall be e;sontai, will be evsti,n, is, are evtw/n, of (the) years Eu=, well done!
N avlh,qeia,n sou evn evkklhsi,a| a`gi,wn) (Ps 88:6, ET 89:5) 7. kai. boh,sei . . evn th/| h`me,ra| evkei,nh| w`j fwnh. qala,sshj· (Isa 5:30) NT 32 33 1. n avlh,qeian le,gwÃ ouv pisteu,ete, moi) (John 8:45) 2. ta. pro,bata . . avkou,ei . . n auvtou/· (John 10:3-4) 3. le,gei auvtw/| . . j kai. h` avlh,qeia kai. h` zwh,· (John 14:6) 4. n kai. n gh/n kai. n qa,lassan . . · (Acts 14:15) 5. (To God be) h` do,xa evn th/| evkklhsi,a| kai. evn Cristw/| VIhsou/ . . avmh,n) (Eph 3:21) 6. evgw. . n kai.
N lo,gon, Through you we are hearing the word. (3) o` o;cloj lamba,nei to. ploi/on avpV evmou/, The crowd is taking the boat from me. (Remember that elision and aspiration sometimes occur with prepositions. ) The preposition pro,j is an exception to this rule. It commonly uses the enclitic forms of these pronouns: (1) fwnh. le,gei pro,j me, A voice speaks to me ; (2) pe,mpw te,knon pro,j se, I am sending a child to you. 47. Exercises Practice and Review 1. le,gete lo,gon kata. tou/ kuri,ou tou/ ouvranou/È 2.
A Primer of Biblical Greek by N. Clayton Croy