Bill Mounce

For an Informed Love of God

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Biblical Greek: First Year

This course walks you through Basics of Biblical Greek, helping you learn all the basics of New Testament Greek. It is traditionally a two semester course. For more information, see our landing page. For Track Two, click here.

Please read all the information carefully in the Orientation lecture. This is where you can find all the information relative to the entire course, including Keynote and PowerPoint slides of each chapter in the grammar and workbook, as well as quizzes and keys to each chapter, all updated to match the fourth edition of BBG.

ProfessorThe website still follows the third edition of BBG, but there are answers sheets and other resources that follow the fourth edition. Click on the "Resources" link above.

You will start seeing more of the Professor. He will encourage you to learn to speak Greek. It is important to use as many senses as possible in learning a language, and this adds speaking and hearing. Besides, no one should graduate from Greek class without being able to count to ten.

 

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21. Imperfect Indicative

 How to say, "I was believing"

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Review #4 (John 12:27–36)

You can download an updated page of the biblical passage, a plain text of the passage, and phrased version.

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22. Second Aorist Active/Middle Indicative

 How to say, "I believed"

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23. First Aorist Active/Middle Indicative

 Another way to say, "I believed."

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24. Aorist and Future Passive Indicative

 How to say "I was believed" and "I will be believed."

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25. Perfect Indicative

 How to say, "I have believed"

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Review #5

This is a screen cast over the review passage, John 9:18–34.

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26. Introduction to Participles

The basic grammar of participles, English and Greek

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27. Present (Continuous) Adverbial Participles

 How to say "I am believing" or "I was believing"

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28. Aorist (Undefined) Adverbial Participles

 Participles that have no ongoing aspect.

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29. Adjectival Participles

 How participles can modify a noun

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30. Perfect Participles and Genitive Absolutes

 How to say "having believed"

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31. Subjunctive

 How to say "I should believe" and "might believe"

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32. Infinitive

 How to say "to believe"

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33. Imperative

 How to say "Believe!"

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34. Indicative of δίδωμι

The first of three chapters on μι verbs

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35. Nonindicative of δίδωμι; Conditional Sentences

 The rest of omicron μι verbs, and the "if ... then ..." construction

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36. ἵστημι, τίθημι, δείκνυμι; Odds 'n Ends

This is it! The last chapter.

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37. What's Next, and Other Blogs

Bill's final encouragement as to what you should do next, and blogs you will find encouraging that are not attached to a specific chapter.

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