Designed to be used in conjunction with the textbook of the same name, Steven L. Cox'scomprehensive workbook enables students to sharpen their translation skills while building comprehension of the original Greek text. Thirty-one lessons provide practical exercises, clarify issues of grammar and syntax, and feature supplemental vocabulary lists. An answer key is included.
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Customer Reviews for Essentials of New Testament Greek: A Student's Guide, Revised
Review 1 for Essentials of New Testament Greek: A Student's Guide, Revised
Date:September 23, 2007
C. Miles, M.Div., M.A.
Doing homework is essential in learning any language. Cox's workbook compliments Summers' textbook and, through much practice, it makes learning Greek much easier. Cox's workbook is an indispensable, comprehensive companion to Summer's Greek. After having utilized Cox's workbook, I earned an 'A' in my Greek class!
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Review 2 for Essentials of New Testament Greek: A Student's Guide, Revised
Date:August 25, 2004
We had Summers' textbook for 1st year Greek and I worked my way through this study guide on my own. I found if to be of little value because there are dozens of mistakes! I contacted B&H to let them know and was given the runaround.This book is NOT a good addition until/unless B&H corrects the errors.
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Review 3 for Essentials of New Testament Greek: A Student's Guide, Revised
Date:August 27, 2000
I am taking Greek at Seminary but the students guide was not required. I decided to purchase it on my own and am glad I did. The students guide offers lots of review questions, fill in the blank, and exercises. The answers to the exercises are provided in the back. I highly recommend this supplment to the text book for anyone desiring a little extra help in learning Greek.