GK101 Introduction to Biblical Greek

not enough ratings
Sign in to rate
This course will introduce you to the vocabulary, grammar, and syntax of the Greek New Testament. First, you will learn the sounds and symbols of the Greek alphabet. Then you will be guided through all the parts of speech, as the course surveys the conjugations and declensions and demonstrates how all the parts work together in phrases, clauses, and sentences. Frequent vocabulary lists, grammar exercises, and practice readings from the Greek New Testament are included to help you develop your knowledge and skills.

Introduction

Introducing the Speaker

Introducing the Speaker

3m

Alphabet and Pronunciation

Pronunciation

Pronunciation

10m

Present Active and Contract Verbs

Present Active Indicatives

Present Active Indicatives

10m

Second Declension Nouns, Prepositions, and the Article

Second Declension Nouns

Second Declension Nouns

10m

First and Second Declension Nouns and Adjectives

First Declension Feminine Nouns

First Declension Feminine Nouns

6m

Present and Imperfect Tenses of “To Be,” Imperfects, Second Declension Adjectives, Demonstrative Pronouns, and Uses of ἀυτός

Present Tense of “To Be”

Present Tense of “To Be”

9m

Passives, Deponents, Verbal Voice, Imperatives, and Relative Pronouns

Passives: Morphology

Passives: Morphology

6m

Infinitives, Personal and Reflexive Pronouns, Middle Voice, Verb Tense, Future Tense, Changes in Verbal Roots, and Questions

Infinitives: Syntax

Infinitives: Syntax

7m

Aorists, Object Clauses after Verbs of Saying or Thinking, Liquid Verbs, Temporal Clauses, and the Preposition παρά

First Aorist: Sigmatic Forms

First Aorist: Sigmatic Forms

6m

Third Declension Nouns, Aorists, Third Declension Irregular Adjectives, and Passives

Regular Third Declension Nouns

Regular Third Declension Nouns

13m

Participles, Interrogative and Indefinite Pronouns, Aorist Middles, Comparative Adjectives, and Contract Verbs

Participles: Morphology: Part 1

Participles: Morphology: Part 1

11m

Principal Parts, Perfects and Pluperfects, Subjunctives, Infinitives, and μι Verbs

Verbs: Six Principal Parts

Verbs: Six Principal Parts

5m

Conclusion

Conclusion to the Course

Conclusion to the Course

3m