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I found three errors with the noun declensions between pp. 14-17 (and did not read any further): 1) p. 14: the book reverses the dative and accusative of the noun logos 2) p. 16 says that "if the -os of the masculine preceded [sic -- an error with the English] by a vowel or 'r' the feminine ends -a instead of -e and retains it throughout." But the chart lists the feminine accusative singular with o rather than a, so either the note or the chart is wrong. 3) p. 17 claims "the neuter plural has -au- in the nominative..." but this is contradicted by the chart. So again, either the note or the chart is wrong. I have looked for an errata list online and have not been able to find one. I am studying from a copy of the book that I have owned for years, so it's possible that these errors are corrected in later printings, but so far this looks like a very untrustworthy source. While the presentation may be good in other respects, I do not want to learn Greek from a book that is publishing an average of an error per page.