A Greek Primer for Beginners in New Testament Greek

A Greek Primer for Beginners in New Testament Greek

by Wallace Stearns
     
 

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Learn principles. Language preceded grammar, and the latter is at best a generalization of the former.
Learn words. Acquire a vocabulary. The first step is to know words and, further, to know them in their Greek dress. Read aloud. The ear lends efficient help to the eye. There is an indefinable swing even to Greek prose that facilitates study. Commit… See more details below

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Learn principles. Language preceded grammar, and the latter is at best a generalization of the former.
Learn words. Acquire a vocabulary. The first step is to know words and, further, to know them in their Greek dress. Read aloud. The ear lends efficient help to the eye. There is an indefinable swing even to Greek prose that facilitates study. Commit passages—however brief—to memory. Better than rules is a fund of actual examples, stored up in the memory, of Greek as it was spoken and written. With this outline the text of the forth Gospel should be used from the start (see notice on next page) for study, reading aloud, and for memorizing. Remember that in the end all methods avail little. The way to do a thing is to do it.

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ISBN-13:
2940016213705
Publisher:
Library of Alexandria
Publication date:
03/16/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
0 MB

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