Complete New Testament Greek
A Comprehensive Guide to Reading and Understanding New Testament Greek with Original Texts
By Gavin Betts
Carefully structured units teach Greek from the New Testament right from the start, and topics of interest for New Testament studies are introduced as appropriate. This new edition makes learning fast and hassle-free, with an easy-to-read page design and extra exercises provided online.
Designed for complete beginners, and tested for years with real learners, Complete New Testament Greek offers a bridge from the textbook to the real world, enabling you to learn the grammar, understand the vocabulary and ultimately how to translate the language in which the Bible was originally written.
Structured around authentic material, placing an emphasis on the importance of reading Biblical texts in the original, and introducing both a grammar perspective and a full introduction to essential vocabulary, this course also features:
-21 learning units plus maps and verb guide
-Authentic materials - language taught through key texts
-Teaches the key skills - reading and understanding Greek grammar and vocabulary
-Self tests and learning activities - see and track your own progress
Rely on Teach Yourself, trusted by language learners for over 75 years.
Gavin Betts (retired) was Associated Professor of Classical Studies, Monash University, Victoria, Australia. His publications include Teach Yourself Latin, Teach Yourself New Testament Greek, Teach Yourself New Testament Greek and various translations of medieval and Modern Greek texts.
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07 Jun 2018
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I find the book excellent... This book would most certainly be a very good choice for any introductory module. I found it very easy to read. The author has a very pleasant and down to earth manner. The fact that most examples are taken directly from the New Testament makes the study very interesting and encouraging. — Dr Georg Walser, Senior Lecturer, University of Gothenburg
I have learned lots from this book myself - it is extremely detailed and Prof. Betts is clearly extremely knowledgeable about this particular form of Greek. — Cressida Ryan, Instructor in New Testament Greek, Faculty of Theology and Religion, University of Oxford