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By James Swetnam / Pontifical Biblical Institute / 1998
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An Introduction to the Study of New Testament Greek, Vols. 1 and 2 is constructed around 100 lessons, with sixty-seven comprising the basic grammar, fourteen lessons discussing grammatical items, and the last nineteen lessons being devoted to reading from the biblical text. It presumes that the beginner knows nothing about the Greek alphabet or the traditional categories of grammar which come from the Greco-Latin heritage. These categories are explained as the Greek of the New Testament is introduced. In keeping with the author’s aim to give the student maximum exposure to the sacred text, the Greek text of Mark’s Gospel is tackled in the very first lesson. The rest of that Gospel, as well as the entire Gospel of John, are thoroughly examined over the course of the lessons. The second volume contains a key to these exercises, as well as helpful paradigms and indices. This enables the student to see how morphological forms and vocabulary words fit into the language as a whole.