I have revised lesson 15 to reduce the size of the vocabulary list and clean up the discussion of third declension nouns. I have entered some revisions for lesson 16 as well, but will complete those over the next few days—long distance,
Yesterday I completed my rewrite of Lesson 15: Third Declension Nouns (Consonant Stems), for the online grammar at Greek-Language.com. The lesson comes complete with several automated exercises to help you recognize these nouns as well as automated vocabulary flash cards to help
Check out the new Epigraphy pages at http://greek-language.com/Epigraphy.html. When I overhauled the site back in March, I didn’t include the epigraphy page from the old site. Now I’ve broken it down into a set of related pages, all accessible from http://greek-language.com/Epigraphy.html.
How should verbs be treated in a reference grammar of Hellenistic Greek? What syntactic and discourse information should be included in the lexicon? Argument Structure Theory can provide helpful suggestions.
Along with the Hellenistic Greek Grammar I am developing, I am compiling a course lexicon. I update it as I finish each lesson in the grammar. You can check out the lexicon at Greek-Language.com.
Check out the interchange between Daniel and Mike Aubrey on participles in 1 Peter over at “Text, Community & Mission.”
Introductory Greek grammars have been available on the web for some time now, but several are simply web versions of what is available in print, or are the notes of a Greek teacher presenting his or her favorite sequence and wording of