Greek Alphabet: How to Vault
the First Hurdle to Learning Greek
by Steve Singleton (1998-02) $4.95
The strangeness of the Greek alphabet is the first
and largest hurdle to learning New Testament Greek. Now there
is a fun and easy way to leap this hurdle: by singing!
Structured after a popular text for introducing the Hebrew
alphabet, this text has been used successful with many classes
of beginning students of New Testament Greek. Includes both
Erasmian and modern pronunciation. Familiar scriptures set to
tunes help you practice your Greek by hearing, while
associating the sights and sounds of each of the letters of
the Greek alphabet, along with the seven vowel pairs (called
"diphthongs"). Also includes a unique flowchart for accenting
nouns, adjectives, and verbs correctly.
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