Κοινη Γραμματικη. Koine Greek Grammar: A Beginning-Intermediate Greek Exegetical and Pragmatic Handbook.

IMG_0766This Greek Grammar combines a sensitivity to the reconstructed pronunciation of Greek during the Koine period with the pedagogical concern of providing links between a first-year grammar and material reserved for intermediate grammars.

The accompanying Workbook and Answer Key add much to this grammar, as the exercises offer a variety of avenues for the student as he or she approaches the Greek language and Greek texts.  This grammar includes three different diagramming methods, so the professor can choose which one is best suited for his or her approach.

Altogether this set is just over 1200 pages, with nearly half devoted to the Workbook and Answer Key, and within the 630 page Grammar, ample space is devoted to explaining difficult concepts and many examples are provided.

Author: James E. Sedlacek

I have an avid interest in teaching the languages used in the sacred literature texts, explaining the background for each piece of literature and structuring a method to interpret the literature. The goal is that an interpretation is based upon a thorough analysis of the language, text and background for the text.

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