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With chapters such as "You Ain't Nothing But A Noun Dog" and "Inflection: Trouble Understanding Yoda You Have, Yes?" this colorful, entertaining book compares elements of English grammar with similar elements in Greek grammar. It can either be used as a one-week intensive study to prepare for Greek grammar, or be readily incorporated into actual Greek studies.
- A brief summary of the scope of English grammar
- Short, easy-to-read chapters
- An introductory devotion in every chapter
- Lessons coordinated with Mounce's Basics of Biblical Greek
- Tips for vocabulary memorization and sentence diagramming
Number of Pages: 96
Publication Date: 2004
Dimensions: 8 X 5.31 (inches)
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Old Testament Hebrew Vocabulary: Learn On the Go - Audiobook on CDJonathan T. PenningtonZondervan / 2003 / Compact disc$15.99 Retail:3 Stars Out Of 5 5 Reviews
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Old Testament Hebrew Vocabulary & New Testament Greek Vocabulary - Audiobooks on CDJonathan T. PenningtonZondervan / Compact disc$28.99 Retail:
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Miguel1 Stars Out Of 5Not helpful. Would not recommend.February 23, 2012MiguelHow would one know if the grammatical concepts taught in this book have been grasped? By going over the quizzes given in the book and getting "feedback" through the comparison of one's answers with the correct answers. Incredibly, there is no answer index to determine if the quizzes taken have been taken correctly. In other words, Dr. Lamerson provides no feedback. This book was a waste of my money.
Lamont W. Cannon2 Stars Out Of 5June 25, 2009Lamont W. CannonI examined this book to use with a first-year course I was planning to teach. Unfortunately, it is not very helpful and not very well done. It cannot be compared with the excellent series from Olivia and Hill Press that covers Latin and Spanish among a few other languages. For the Greek student, the best buy for the money is still the little booklet English Grammar for Language Students by Frank X. Braun.