By N. Clayton Croy
- An abundance of exercises
Each lesson contains perform sentences taken from the Septuagint and the recent testomony in addition to Greek sentences composed by way of the writer. workouts in English-to-Greek translation also are included.
- Concise yet exact grammatical explanations
Great care has been taken to insure that grammatical reasons are transparent, right, and succinct. particularly, the Greek participle gets a fuller-than-usual treatment.
- A average order of presentation
Material is gifted based on the ordinary constitution of Greek and the normal terminology of grammarians. Declensions and central elements, for instance, are provided in numerical order.
- Inclusive language
The e-book makes use of inclusive language for humans throughout.
- Helpful appendixes for fast reference
Included behind the ebook are the Greek paradigms, Greek-to-English vocabulary, English-to-Greek vocabulary, and a bibliography for additional study.
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Pro,swpon auvtou/ evpi. se. kai. dw,h soi eivrh,nhn) (Num 6:26) NT 1. vEn de. j khru,sswn evn th/| evrh,mw| th/j vIoudai,aj) (Matt 3:1) 64 65 2. oi` de. o;cloi e;legonÃ Ou-to,j evstin o` profh,thj vIhsou/j o` avpo. q th/j Galilai,aj) (Matt 21:11) 3. Kai. oi` ku,rioiÃ ta. auvta. j dou,louj u`mw/n]Ã ) ) ) eivdo,tej o[ti ) ) ) auvtw/n kai. u`mw/n o` ku,rio,j evstin evn ouvranoi/j) (Eph 6:9) 4. n aivw,nion e;dwken h`mi/n o` qeo,jÃ kai. au[th h` zwh. evn tw/| ui`w/| auvtou/ evstin) (1 John 5:11) 5. j de.
N basilei,an tw/n ouvranw/n (Matt 7:21) 2. j tou/ avnqrw,pou evn th/| kardi,a| th/j gh/j trei/j h`me,raj kai. trei/j nu,ktaj) (Matt 12:40. Note: the acc. ) 3. kai. le,gei auvtoi/j . . `O oi=ko,j mou oi=koj proseuch/j klhqh,setai (Matt 21:13) 4. n eivj qa,naton kai. r te,knon (Mark 13:12) 5. le,gei auvtoi/j o` VIhsou/jÃ Eiv te,kna tou/ VAbraa,m evsteÃ ta. m evpoiei/te· (John 8:39) Page 21 6. ouv dikaiou/tai a;nqrwpoj evx e;rgwn no,mou (Gal 2:16) 7. VEn avrch/| h=n o` lo,gojÃ kai. n qeo,nÃ kai. j h=n o` lo,goj) (John 1:1) 8.
In such cases, only context will determine whether the adjective is attributive or predicate. n e;rgon could mean either a good deed or a deed is good. Lastly, there are substantive adjectives. In this case, the noun is omitted, and the adjective itself functions as a noun. This is done in English when we speak of the poor, the rich, and so on. Whereas in English, substantive adjectives almost always refer to a plural number of persons, in Greek they may be singular or plural and refer to persons or things.
A Primer of Biblical Greek by N. Clayton Croy