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 way of the writer. workouts in English-to-Greek translation also are included.
- Concise yet actual grammatical explanations
Great care has been taken to insure that grammatical causes are transparent, right, and succinct. particularly, the Greek participle gets a fuller-than-usual treatment.
- A usual order of presentation
Material is gifted based on the typical constitution of Greek and the normal terminology of grammarians. Declensions and important elements, for instance, are provided in numerical order.
- Inclusive language
The booklet makes use of inclusive language for people throughout.
- Helpful appendixes for fast reference
Included behind the e-book are the Greek paradigms, Greek-to-English vocabulary, English-to-Greek vocabulary, and a bibliography for extra study.
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Zhth,sei ku,rioj ) ) ) a;nqrwpon kata. n kardi,an auvtou/ (1 Kgdms 13:14) 57 58 Page 39 3. kai. i[na ti, ouvk evsqi,eijÈ kai. r de,ka te,knaÈ (1 Kgdms 1:8) 4. kai. oi` pistoi. evn avga,ph| prosmenou/sin auvtw/|· (Wis 3:9) 5. kai. auvtoi. h;negkan to. dw/ron auvtw/n ) ) ) kuri,w| peri. th/j a`marti,aj auvtw/n (Num 15:25) 6. n qa,lassan evn ploi,oij ) ) ) auvtoi. ei;dosan ta. e;rga kuri,ou (Ps 106:23-4, ET 107:23-4) 7. 6:5) kai. n qeo,n sou evx o[lhj th/j kardi,aj sou kai. evx o[lhj th/j yuch/j sou (Deut 8.
The noun to which a pronoun refers is called its antecedent. In the sentence After the woman addressed the students, they asked her questions, they is a pronoun whose antecedent is students, and her is a pronoun whose antecedent is woman. A pronoun agrees with its antecedent in gender and number. In the above example, the feminine singular pronoun her is used because it refers to a feminine singular noun, woman. The plural pronoun they refers to the plural noun students. Although the word they in English does not have gender, it would in Greek, and its gender would agree with its antecedent.
N auvtou/ kai. j auvtou/ kai. ei=pen auvtw/| Te,knonÃ labe. j ui`ou,j sou· (Tobit 14:3) NT 1. 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.