Once again this November, Jonathan Robie and I will present an update on the work we are doing to create free materials for teaching Hellenistic Greek as a living language. I look forward to seeing many of you at the Colorado Convention
Merry Christmas in Greek: καλὰ χριστούγεννα
Almost a year ago Jonathan Robie and I did a presentation at SBL on the use of XML for structuring databases for the Greek text of the New Testament. Since that time we have been discussing the ways our work can support the
I have added two interactive exercises for lesson 23: Imperfect Middle and Passive. You can try them out here:
A few minutes ago I uploaded lesson 27 of my online grammar. There are a couple of reasons this particular lesson is a little unusual. First, I have not yet uploaded lessons 24-26, so this one is coming out of sequence. I’m
Do you want to learn to say “Merry Christmas” in Greek? View this post from 2010 to hear the phrase and read a little explanation. I wish all of you a beautiful and joyous Christmas.
A couple of days ago I posted a note about the reprint of Robert Funk’s Beginning-Intermediate Grammar of Hellenistic Greek. At the time I was confident that most of you already knew that almost all of the content of that book is