From: Benjamin Raymond (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Aug 10 1999 - 06:28:07 EDT
At 01:08 PM 8/9/99 -0500, Carlton wrote:
>I agree with the resources Carl has recommended, especially Smyth. For the
>person who thinks about ever teaching Greek, you should know the history
>which means Deissman, Robertson and many others. Robert Funk's three volume
>work plus the workbook has been very useful to me as a teacher. The aspect
>gurus are really doing us older heads a service, though we do not always
>see why we need to learn a whole new vocabulary.
Do you have any other info on Funk's 3-volume set? I'm assuming that it must
be the same as the "Beginning-Intermediate" volumes (labeled I,II, and III)
that I found not to long ago at a used bookstore in Cambridge.
1. Is the workbook you mention part of this collection that I'm still missing
(and still in print)?
2. How does this relate to Funk's work with Blass/Debrunner?
3. Any more specific impressions you might share?
Benjamin Raymond, B.Min.
8 Margaret St.
Essex Jct., VT 05452
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