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  • ISBN: 9781-59638-6464
  • Binding: Large Paperback
  • Page Count: 224
  • Publisher: P & R Publishing

A New Testament Greek Primer, 3rd edition (S. M. Baugh)

$29.99 $17.50

Updated, 3rd edition. This innovative Greek grammar utilizes the best modern linguistic principles for equipping students to understand the Greek New Testament.

This new edition also includes: a clear distinction between essentials and nonessentials; concentration on mastering specific “sub-skills”; helpful memorization aids, such as vocabulary grouping; creative exercises drawn directly from the New Testament; focus on forms that occur often in the New Testament.

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A New Testament Greek Primer

Higher quality, increased accuracy, and cleaner text now join the clarity, organization, and exercises you already trust to get you started with New Testament Greek.

This revised edition of Baugh’s introductory Greek grammar brings greater accuracy to the content of the previous editions, building on their success with classes, self-study groups, and individuals around the world. Baugh continues to emphasize both clarity and brevity by focusing on essentials for the introduction and beginning mastery of New Testament Greek. The text includes:

  • a clear distinction between essentials and nonessentials
  • concentration on mastering specific “sub-skills”
  • helpful memorization aids, such as vocabulary grouping
  • creative exercises drawn directly from the New Testament
  • focus on forms that occur often in the New Testament

A New Testament Greek Primer also has appendices on paradigms, a glossary of terms, a subject index, and an answer key for all exercises, making it particularly beneficial for student learning. With grammar, exercises, and an answer key in one convenient volume, now with revised text, this complete introduction is well suited both for Greek classes and for self-study or review.

About the Author

S. M. Baugh (M.Div., Westminster Seminary California; Ph.D., University of California, Irvine) is Professor of New Testament at Westminster Seminary California. He has taught Greek since 1983, has written commentaries, and has contributed exegetical articles in numerous publications.

Endorsement

“Highly recommended to teachers who are considering new textbooks and to students seeking a text for independent or supplementary study. Furthermore, it may be one of the best resources available to the seminary graduate who needs an efficient and effective reintroduction to New Testament Greek.” —Clarence deWitt Agan III

Contents

  1. The Alphabet
  2. First Declension Nouns
  3. Second Declension Nouns
  4. Present Active and Deponent Verbs
  5. Imperfect Verbs
  6. Contract Verbs
  7. Future Verbs
  8. First Aorist Verbs
  9. Second Aorist Verbs
  10. First and Second Declension Adjectives
  11. Third Declension Nouns
  12. Third Declension Noun Variations
  13. Prepositions
  14. Perfect Verbs
  15. Middle and Passive Verb
  16. Personal and Reflexive Pronouns
  17. Various Pronouns
  18. Liquid Verbs
  19. Present Participles
  20. Aorist Participles
  21. Perfect Participles
  22. Subjunctive Mood Verbs
  23. Relative Pronouns
  24. Noun Variations
  25. Imperative Mood Verbs
  26. Infinitives
  27. MI VErbs
  28. More MI Verbs
  29. Adjective Variations
  30. Numbers and Optative Verbs
  • Paradigms
  • Parsing Key and Abbreviations
  • Answer Key
  • Greek-English Vocabulary
  • Verb List
  • Glossary of Terms
  • Subject Index
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