Re: Teaching Greek in Fall

From: Frank W. Hughes (
Date: Fri Jun 16 2000 - 07:52:22 EDT

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Maybe it would be interesting to list NT Greek beginning grammars that
we think are the worst.&nbsp; The one I think is the worst is the one that
used to be published by Harper &amp; Brothers, by William Hersey Davis.&nbsp;
I am sorry to say it is the one I used many years ago to start.
<p>I am now teaching Greek with William D. Mounce, <u>Basics of Biblical
Greek</u>, and I like it pretty well.&nbsp; The students seem to like it.&nbsp;
It is clear that this subject needs a full three hours a week student-teacher
contact to do it well.&nbsp; Four would be even better!
<p>Frank W. Hughes
<br>Lecturer in New Testament Studies
<br>Codrington College
<br>St. John


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