Building your New Testament Greek vocabulary /

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Author / Creator:Van Voorst, Robert E.
Edition:3rd ed.
Imprint:Atlanta : Society of Biblical Literature, ©2001.
Description:xii, 119 pages ; 23 cm.
Ancient Greek
Series:Resources for biblical study ; no. 43
Resources for biblical study ; no. 43.
Subject:Bible. -- New Testament -- Language, style.
Bible. -- New Testament -- Langue.
Bible. -- New Testament.
Bibel -- Neues Testament
Greek language, Biblical -- Vocabulary.
Grec biblique -- Vocabulaire.
Greek language, Biblical -- Vocabulary.
Nieuwe Testament.
Format: Print Book
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Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Summary:"Building Your New Testament Greek Vocabulary, now in its third edition, provides students a user-friendly introduction to the basic vocabulary of New Testament Greek. Robert Van Voorst helps the student to move away from rote memorization toward better long-term vocabulary learning based on how Greek words are built and related to each other. He provides students with easy-to-remember English derivatives, lists the number of occurrences for each word learned, and provides lists that are easily learned in a single vocabulary-learning session. Most importantly, he organizes this book on the basis of word families and frequency. New to this edition are a comprehensive list of proper nouns and a section to help students understand aytos and similar words. Definitions of Greek words have been revised where necessary according to the new, third edition of the Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament edited by Frederick Danker."--Jacket.
Other form:Online version: Van Voorst, Robert E. Building your New Testament Greek vocabulary. 3rd ed. Atlanta : Society of Biblical Literature, ©2001

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