Basics of Biblical Greek Grammar

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Zondervan, 2003 - Religion - 448 pages
New, updated editions of the best-selling and most widely accepted textbook and workbook for learning biblical Greek William D. Mounce's Basics of Biblical Greek Grammar and its companion tool Basics of Biblical Greek Workbook are by far the best-selling and most widely accepted textbooks for learning New Testament Greek. These excellent tools for studying New Testament Greek are now even better. As a result of feedback from professors, the author has made adjustments to his material. For example, a chapter on clauses has been added at the end of the book. The CD-ROM is now easier to use and has even more information on it than the earlier edition. The workbook has been significantly rewritten. Nearly 50 percent of the verses are new. They are shorter and more focused on the grammar of the chapter. Features include: - Best-selling Greek language textbook - Changes from the first edition made in response to ten years of use - Grammar's CD-ROM is easier to navigate and now includes short audio summary lectures (7-9 minutes) - An appendix in the Grammar allows professors to introduce verbs earlier in the course - Two tracks in the workbook: track one allows you to go through the book in the normal order. Track two has totally different exercises that allow you to teach verbs earlier. - Workbook has 3-hole, perforated pages
 

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Contents

Introduction 1 The Greek Language
1
Learning Greek
3
The Alphabet and Pronunciation
7
Punctuation and Syllabification
13
Noun System 5 Introduction to English Nouns
22
Noun System
24
Nominative and Accusative Definite Article
27
Genitive and Dative
43
Second Aorist ActiveMiddle Indicative
193
First Aorist ActiveMiddle Indicative
202
Aorist and Future Passive Indicative
212
Perfect Indicative
224
Participles 26 Introduction to Participles
239
Present Continuous Adverbial Participles
245
Aorist Undefined Adverbial Participles
257
Adjectival Participles
270

Prepositions and eimi
54
Adjectives
63
Track One or Track Two?
73
Third Declension
75
First and Second Person Personal Pronouns
89
autoV
98
Demonstrative PronounsAdjectives
106
Relative Pronoun
114
Indicative Verb System 15 Introduction to Verbs
121
Present Active Indicative
129
Contract Verbs
138
Present MiddlePassive Indicative
147
Future ActiveMiddle Indicative
155
Verbal Roots and Other Forms of the Future
165
Imperfect Indicative
180
Perfect Participles and Genitive Absolutes
278
Nonindicative Moods and mi Verbs 31 Subjunctive
288
Infinitive
299
Imperative
310
Verbs Indicative of didwmi
319
Additional mi Verbs Nonindicative Forms
327
Postscript
335
Appendix Introduction
337
Crasis in the New Testament
338
Spatial Representation of Prepositions
339
Contractions of Single Vowels and Vowels and Diphthongs
340
Conditional Sentences
341
Verb System
353
Appendixes
382
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William D Mounce (Ph.D., Aberdeen University) lives as a writer in Washougal, Washington. He is the President of BiblicalTraining.org, a non-profit organization offering world-class educational resources for discipleship in the local church. See www.BillMounce.com for more information. Formerly he was a preaching pastor, and prior to that a professor of New Testament and director of the Greek Program at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He is the author of the bestselling Greek textbook, Basics of Biblical Greek, and many other resources. He was the New Testament chair of the English Standard Version translation of the Bible, and is serving on the NIV translation committee. SPANISH BIO: William D. Mounce (PhD, Universidad de Aberdeen) reside como autor en Washougal, Washington. Es presidente de la organizacion sin animo de lucro, BiblicalTraining.org, la cual ofrece recursos educacionales de alta calidad para el discipulado en la iglesia local. El Dr. Munce fue pastor y anteriormente profesor del Nuevo Testamento y director del programa Griego en el Seminario Teologico Gordon-Conwell. Es autor del exitoso libro de texto Griego, Gramatica biblica griega y muchos otros recursos. Sirve en el comite de la version de la Biblia en ingles NIV.

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