Category: Online Grammar

Updates at

I spent much of the day today updating the code behind Much of my time was spent solving a problem with the margins (or lack thereof) for major sections of each lesson. The reading experience should be… Read More

Every lesson at now contains social media sharing capability. You can even share the table of contents if you feel like it. I greatly appreciate those of you who have already shared the lessons with your friends… Read More

Exercises for Lessons 1 and 2

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For some time now the automated exercises for the first two lessons of the online grammar have been inoperative. I designed new ones today to solve that problem. Lesson 1 Exercise 1.1 Exercise 1.2 Lesson 2 Exercise 2.1… Read More

Future Middle and Passive

I’m enjoying the 67° weather (19.4° C) in Miraflores, investigating the future middle and passive in Ancient Greek. My goal is to read every occurrence of the future non-active forms in the Greek New Testament before returning to… Read More

HTTPS rather than HTTP at

I have added a few lines of behind-the-scenes code to the online grammar ( to force all pages to load securely (https rather than http). The site has been available on a secure server for some time now,… Read More

The domain name has until yesterday pointed to the online grammar that has for several years been housed at (and, more recently, at Now, however, I have moved the content of those directories so that all… Read More

Correction to Lesson Nine

I would like to thank Harold Madlom for pointing out that I had misspelled ὁμολογέω as ὁμολουέω in a table on augmented stems in lesson nine of the online grammar. Pointing out such mistakes gives me the opportunity… Read More

Improving the Online Grammar

I would like to thank those of you who, over the last several years, have submitted suggestions for improving the online grammar here at I have added a link to a new report page at the top of… Read More

Lesson 21: More on the Aorist Middle and Passive

Lesson 21:  “More on the Aorist Middle and Passive” is now cell-phone ready and HTML5 compliant. Those of you using the grammar on your mobile device should have a better experience with this lesson now. The rest of… Read More

Cell Phone Browser Success!

Finally! I have overcome the crazy lack of standards for cell phone browsers. Lessons 1 to 18 are now HTML5 compliant and displaying correctly on Safari for iPhone and Chrome and Firefox for Android. If you are accessing… Read More