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Expanded, student-friendly workbook for use with Basics of Biblical Greek textbook
This expanded workbook is designed with you, the student, in mind and intended for use with the standard-setting Basics of Biblical Greek textbook, now in its third edition.
Two optional chapters have been added to the Basics of Biblical Greek Workbook, allowing you to read large chunks of the biblical text and enjoy the fruits of your labor faster than ever before. Each chapter is divided into six sections and includes extensive exercises and significant biblical passages for translation.
One of the most helpful and unique features of the workbook remains. You can go through the workbook on one of two tracks: Track 1 follows the workbook (and textbook) in its regular order, while Track 2 is organized so you can learn verbs earlier in the course.
You will also benefit from the many resources at www.Teknia.com. Not only is the flexible two-track system even easier to use online, but a workbook answer key is also provided. Many other resources are available, including vocabulary flashcards; video and audio helps; Greek fonts; quizzes for each chapter; fun songs and games; and much, much more.
(show covers for: laminated study sheet, vocabulary cards)
Posted September 5, 2014
This book is really helping me work with the Biblical Greek language. It is so helpful to not only learn the material in the Grammar book, but also to use that information in the exercises in this Workbook. Mounce did a great job picking out assignments for each chapter. I am excited to work through the rest of this book and get a better understanding of this language and the New Testament.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 20, 2014
This is a text that really needs to have a teacher. It is often confusing, but once it is cleared up through other texts, I find it is concise and thorough.
Being self taught, I need multiple approaches. By combining it with Peter Jones' Learn Ancient Greek, which is an almost comical self-learner, I find just the right combination of good teaching technique (Jones' book) and a more thorough covering of the material (Mounce's book).
Mounce does have a few good techniques that are very helpful, but I could never have gotten anywhere with his book alone.