From: Maurice A. O'Sullivan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Feb 16 1997 - 08:56:58 EST
At 06:28 16/02/97 +0400,
Bill and Ginger Dickson <email@example.com>
>I recommend with the greatest enthusiasm Wenham's 44-chapter grammar. Two
>chapters per week represents a challenging but reasonable pace for most
>highly motivated students. The exercises are excellent. Upon successful
>completion of the grammar, students are qualified to translate the New
>Testament without any great difficulty.
When I started NT Greek, Wenham was the text used in our class.
While there a number of good features about this book, for another view of
the exercises can I quote from an assesement by Prof. Morrison. posted to
the Greek/Latin section of the Foreign Languages forum on CompuServe:
" Wenham, J.W.: THE ELEMENTS OF NEW TESTAMENT GREEK
(Cambridge University Press, 1965), 268 pages. Based on the
earlier work of H.P.V. Nunn. Uses Nom./Acc./Gen./Dat. order of
cases; omits nearly all accents. The pace is leisurely.
Explanations are generally complete and correct. Exercises are
mostly invented and artificial, and some are nearly
Maurice A. O'Sullivan [ Bray, Ireland ]
[using Eudora Pro 3 and Trumpet Winsock 3.0d ]
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