From: Randall Buth (ButhFam@compuserve.com)
Date: Mon Jun 04 2001 - 16:10:13 EDT
>This coming year I will be using _A Primer of Biblical Greek_ by Clayton
>Croy. It is published by Eerdmans. He teaches at Trinity Lutheran in
>Columbus, OH. He has many more translation exercises. Some are from the
>some from the LXX, and others are English to Greek. That in my opinion,
>what will turn a mediocre student into someone who begins to get a feel
that too is part of a picture.
maybe I wrote a note last year, too.
In any case, I regularly ask Greek teachers to
compare their Greek to any other language that they are fluent in and that
they learned as an adult.
If they are satisfied, then I have nothing to offer/say.
If they do not speak and use another language, for comparison,
then I just ask them to start praying in Greek every morning.
The experiences will self-teach, self-regulate.
Then can start to ask
where they want to end up and what they want to sound like.
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