This workbook is designed to enhance the study of Essentials of New Testament Greek, Revised. Most Greek workbooks concentrate almost solely on translation skills. This workbook not only seeks to build translation skills but also to enhance understanding of Greek grammar and sytax. The exercises build an understanding of why a passage is translated in a particular way. Together with the exercises are questions concerning the grammar in the exercises. From chapter to chapter, users review and drill vocabulary and conjugation, eventually arriving at mastery of the language.
Each lesson in the workbook begins with questions over the corresponding lesson in the textbook. Each sentence in the textbook exercises is listed, together with questions regarding the grammar and syntax of these sentences. Some lessons include paradigms under the sentences, and users work to conjugate or locate Greek words. Other questions deal with the significance of verb tense, mood, and voice. Questions concerning a word’s function in the sentence are numerically coded to the corresponding section in the textbook.
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Steven L. Cox is the Assistant Professor of New Testament and Greek at the Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary in Memphis, Tennessee. He earned his Master of Divinity from Erskine Theological Seminary and his PhD from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Cox lives in Germantown, Tennessee.