Acquiring a solid vocabulary is fundamental to learning a new language. That's why Mastering New Testament Greek Vocabulary Through Semantic Domains is essential for Greek students. An ideal supplement to Louw & Nida's Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament, Mark Wilson's easy-to-use resource arranges Greek words in Louw and Nida's 93 categories and includes frequency counts for every word. A powerful tool to help you develop reading proficiency! 208 pages, softcover, Kregel.
Basic to learning New Testament Greek is acquiring an adequate vocabulary. The traditional methods used for vocabulary building are based on memorization of frequency lists or cognate groups. Mark Wilson introduces Greek students to a method widely used today in general language learning--semantic domains, or categories. Wilson arranges the Greek words in ninety-three categories, including geographical objects and features, artifacts, body parts, people, linear movement, kinship, attitudes and emotions, communication, time, and moral and ethical qualities. He also includes frequency counts for every Greek word.
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