If you think that . . . • Aorist is a major artery of the heart • Clause is the surname of the fat guy in the red suit • Syntax is Uncle Sam’s slice of alcohol and tobacco sales . . . then you need English Grammar to Ace New Testament Greek. It’s designed to help you get a quick brush-up on the English grammar you’ve either forgotten or never quite learned, in a way that ties directly to your first-year Greek studies. With chapters such as “You Ain’t Nothing but a Noun Dog” and “Inflection: Trouble Understanding Yoda You Have, Yes?” this colorful, entertaining book compares elements of English grammar with similar elements in Greek grammar. It can either be used as a one-week intensive study to prepare for Greek grammar, or be readily incorporated into actual Greek studies. English Grammar to Ace New Testament Greek features: • A brief summary of the scope of English grammar • Short, easy-to-read chapters • An introductory devotion in every chapter • Lessons coordinated with Mounce’s Basics of Biblical Greek • Tips for vocabulary memorization and sentence diagramming • Glossary
English Grammar to Ace Biblical Hebrew by Miles Van Pelt--- a companion to English Grammar to Ace New Testament Greek by Samuel Lamerson---enables students of biblical Hebrew to grasp the basic concepts of English grammar that are needed in order to be able to transfer these concepts to biblical Hebrew.
The Biblical Greek Companion for Bible Software Users helps users understand the exegetical significance of Greek grammatical terminology identified by the program. This resource provides students who utilize biblical language software the insight they need to make sense of the data provided by the program, giving them deeper insight into the biblical text that they could not get by solely reading an English translation. The Biblical Greek Companion for Bible Software Users is ideally suited for: Pastors and ministry leaders who may have learned Greek at one time but have experienced the loss of much of that learning College and seminary students who are learning Greek and need a guide to help understand the significance of the grammatical terminology Bible software users who never formally learned Greek in the classroom and need help understanding the meaning of the terms they encounter With grammatical terms laid out and discussed in an intuitive and user-friendly format, readers can now spend time focusing on exegesis and applying their findings to their preaching, teachings, study, and writing instead of puzzling over the significance of grammatical terminology and how to apply it.
English may be the biggest obstacle to learning Greek! Greek textbooks use jargon such as "noun," "verb," "morphology," and "syntax," which sometimes sounds foreign. Many of us may remember them from grade school, but the memories may now be foggy from time and disuse. This book is written for hazy memories of English that need a brush up before learning Greek. Different than other aids to learning Greek, Brushing Up English to Learn Greek introduces verbal aspect to beginning students. English emphasizes the time of an action but Greek emphasizes the point of view--or aspect--of an action. This book helps students build a bridge of understanding between the different thought worlds of English and Greek.