Bill Mounce

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11. Modifiers

Modifiers are ways we have of clarifying the meaning of a word. In exegesis it is important to see what is the main thought and what clarifies that thought. The more common modifiers are the article “the,” adjectives, prepositional phrases, and relative clauses.

In the second edition of Greek for the Rest of Us, this material was covered in chapters 13, 23, and 24.


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Read Greek for the Rest of Us, Chapter 11, pages 113–122.

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Pages 40 – 42 in the workbook