A Primer of Biblical Greek by N. Clayton Croy
By N. Clayton Croy
- An abundance of exercises
Each lesson comprises perform sentences taken from the Septuagint and the hot testomony in addition to Greek sentences composed through the writer. routines in English-to-Greek translation also are included.
- Concise yet exact grammatical explanations
Great care has been taken to insure that grammatical factors are transparent, right, and succinct. particularly, the Greek participle gets a fuller-than-usual treatment.
- A typical order of presentation
Material is gifted based on the ordinary constitution of Greek and the conventional terminology of grammarians. Declensions and crucial components, for instance, are awarded in numerical order.
- Inclusive language
The booklet makes use of inclusive language for people throughout.
- Helpful appendixes for speedy reference
Included behind the publication are the Greek paradigms, Greek-to-English vocabulary, English-to-Greek vocabulary, and a bibliography for additional study.
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Enclitics Enclitics are words that are so closely related to the preceding words that they often require no accent of their own. Remember that proclitics were similarly related to the words that follow them (See §28). Enclitics in biblical Greek include several forms of the personal pronouns, most forms of the verb eivmi,, and a few other words. When enclitic forms are given in this and later lessons, they will be identified as such. A major difference between enclitics and proclitics is that enclitics give rise to a number of special rules of accenting.
Are 3. evsti,(n), he, she, or it is eivsi,(n), they are Like other linking verbs, eivmi, takes a predicate nominative to complete its meaning (see §17). A predicate nominative may be a noun or an adjective. n o` a;nqrwpoj, The man is a prophet ; (3) h` avdelfh, evsti pisth,, The sister is faithful. The verb in each case could be omitted since the construction alone is adequate to show predication. Note that the presence of the article will usually distinguish the subject from the predicate nominative when the latter is a noun.
O` oi=koj tou/ kuri,ou a[gioj) 11. h` evsca,th basilei,a ouvk e;cei no,mouj kakou,j) 12. h` mikra. avdelfh. ouv qe,lei ble,pein to. te,knon to. r qa,natoj ouv kalo,j) Page 26 LXX 43 44 1. kai. ei=pen Iakwb tw/| Faraw . . mikrai. kai. ponhrai. gego,nasin ai` h`me,rai tw/n evtw/n th/j zwh/j mou) (Gen 47:9) 2. a[gioi e;sesqeÃ o[ti evgw. j u`mw/n) (Lev 19:2) 3. kai. j o` lo,goj kuri,ou) (4 Kgdms 20:19) 4. kai. oi` lo,goi auvtou/ oi` prw/toi kai. oi` e;scatoi ivdou. gegramme,noi evpi. bibli,w| basile,wn Israhl kai.