A Greek Grammar of the New Testament: A Workbook Approach to Intermediate Grammar
Curtis Vaughan, Virtus E. Gideon | Baptist Sunday School Board | Pages: 236 | 1979-06 | ISBN: 0805413782 | PDF | 18 MB
This workbook is designed for students who have completed one year of Greek. It is therefore assumed that they have mastered the essentials of the language. The course of study is divided into six units. The first unit contains an overview of the parts of speech. The second unit, with which the study of syntax begins, concerns the interpretation of the cases. The third unit consists of a single lesson on the article. The fourth, fifth, and sixth units concern, respectively, the verb, participles/infinitives, and clauses/sentences.
Interspersed throughout the workbook are reading assignments involving the translation of passages drawn from various portions of the Greek New Testament. In this way the student is introduced to different authors and different literary styles. Grammatical diagrams of example sentences have been employed in order to make syntactical relationships clearer.