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NT Greek

A Systems Approach

For many years now John Clabeaux has been perfecting his technique for teaching New Testament Greek—using his classrooms at St. John’s Seminary College, Harvard Divinity School, and the Pontifical College Josephinum as language laboratories. The comprehensive, meticulous, and user-friendly text NT Greek: A Systems Approach is the fruit of these efforts.

            NT Greek is designed to be used both as a classroom text and as a reference manual for those students pursuing degrees in theological and biblical studies. The text includes a Greek index, an English index, a Greek-to-English glossary, verb maps, noun and adjective declension charts, and a list of helpful hints and rules. A digitally mastered CD of Greek recitations comes with every book to assist students with their pronunciations.

375 pages | 1 compact disc | 8 1/2 x 11

Language and Linguistics: Language Studies

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Table of Contents


Recitations (Passages for Reading Aloud)
Principal Parts Grouped for Memorization

Verb Maps

Noun Adjective Declension Charts

Sentences with OU or MH

Little Rules

Chapter 1: The Alphabet and Rules of Accent

Chapter 2: The Verb System-Active Voice: Present, Future, Aorist, Perfect

Chapter 3: Verbs: Continued: The Middle and Passive Voices

Chapter 4: Nouns: First and Second Declension

Chapter 5: Adjectives: First/Second Declension

Chapter 6: Nouns: Third Declension

Chapter 7: Prepositions, Personal Pronouns, Enclitics

Chapter 8: Pronouns: Demonstrative, Relative, Interrogative, and Indefinite

Chapter 9: Verbs: Imperatives and Infinitives

Chapter 10: Verbs: Imperfect and Second Aorist

Chapter 11: Verbs: “MI-Verbs”

Chapter 12: Verbs: The Subjunctive Mood

Chapter 13: Verbs: Participles

Chapter 14: Verbs: Contract Verbs and Mute and Liquid Verbs

Chapter 15: Adjectives and Adverbs, Numbers, Comparison

Chapter 16: Verbs

Adjustments to Classical Greek

Principal Parts Listed Alphabetically

Perfect Parts Listed Alphabetically

Greek Index

English Index

Glossary (Greek-English)

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