From: One of the McKays (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Nov 30 2000 - 16:52:14 EST
I like Daniel Wallace's Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics [published by
Zondervan]. I have learnt a lot about Greek from this book. Wallace's book
has excellent subject and Greek word indices, but no indices of references
to authors, unfortunately.
If you want to improve your vocabulary, Mastering Greek Vocabulary by Thomas
A Robinson, published by Hendrickson, is helpful. It emphasises learning
roots and cognates.
Here is a random example:
APEKDUOMAI disarm, discard
APEKDUSIS putting off
ENDIDUSKW dress in
ENDUW clothe, wear
EPENDUOMAI put on
EPENDUTHS outer garment
I have not given all of Robinsons' information here, but you get the gist.
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