archive-edu.com » EDU » T » THEOLOGY.EDU

Total: 471

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Lesson 23
    formed by adding a reduplicating augment to the stem This reduplicating augment is formed by taking the first letter of the stem or in certain cases a similar sounding letter and adding it to e at the front of the stem Then after the stem the endings are added as before For instance le lu mai the reduplication is l added to e added to the stem lu and then the ending mai etc See it s very simple The perfect tense is used to show action completed in the past but with results that last into the present For example leluka I have loosed and it remains loosed This tense is VERY important theologically as the student will learn from translating it correctly in the New Testament ASSIGNMENT Memorize the conjugations above The perfect active participle of luw is Singular Masc Fem Neut Nom lelukwj lelukuia lelukoj Gen lelukotoj lelukuiaj lelukotoj L I D lelukoti lelukuia lelukoti Acc lelukota lelukuian lelukoj Plural Masc Fem Neut Nom lelukotej lelukuiai lelukota Gen lelukotwn lelukuiwn lelukotwn L I D lelukosi lelukuiaij lelukosi Acc lelukotaj lelukuiaj lelukota ASSIGNMENT Memorize the perfect active participle abov perfect middle participle of luw is Singular Masc Fem

    Original URL path: http://theology.edu/greek/gk23.htm (2013-12-09)
    Open archived version from archive


  • Lesson 24
    learned verbs of the indicative mood and we are now learning verbs of the subjunctive mood the other two moods listed above will be learned later but are given here for purposes of comparison The subjunctive mood is used in the following ways 1 The Hortatory Subjunctive exhorting someone to action 2 The Prohibitive Subjunctive action is prohibited 3 The Deliberative Subjunctive the same as the rhetorical question in English These possibilities will be clear in the context of the sentence which is being translated The Subjunctive Mood is also used in conditional sentences In the Greek New Testament there are 4 kinds of conditional sentences They are 1st Class The reality of the condition is affirmed ei0 with the indicative mood 2nd Class The contrary to fact condition ei0 with the indicative followed by an with the indicative 3rd Class The Probable Future condition e0an with the subjunctive 4th Class The possible future condition ei0 with the optative followed by an with the optative For Example 1st class Since he is studying Greek he will learn Greek 2nd class If he had studied he would have learned Greek 3rd class If he studies he will learn Greek 4th class If he would study he would learn Greek ASSIGNMENT Memorize the uses of the Subjunctive mood and the 4 classes of conditional sentences above Now we will learn the forms of the Subjunctive Mood The Present Subjunctive of ei0mi is w0 w0men h0ab w0sin The Present Active Subjunctive of luw is luw luwmen luhj luhte luh luwsin The First Aorist Active Subjunctive of luw is lusw luswmen lushj lushte lush luswsin The present Middle and Passive Subjunctive of luw is luwmai luwmeqa luh luhsqe luhtai luwntai The 1st Aorist Passive Subjunctive of luw is luqw luqwmen luqhj luqhte luqh luqwsin

    Original URL path: http://theology.edu/greek/gk24.htm (2013-12-09)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Lesson 25
    2nd person is translated as a command and the third person with let him etc The present active imperative of luw is 2nd lue luete 3rd luetw luetwsan The present middle and passive imperative of luw is 2nd luou luesqe 3rd luesqw luesqwsan The 1st Aorist active imperative of luw is 2nd luson lusate 3rd lusatw lusatwn The 1st aorist middle imperative of luw is 2nd lusai lusasqe 3rd lusasqw

    Original URL path: http://theology.edu/greek/gk25.htm (2013-12-09)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Lesson 26
    Because a connecting vowel is added to the stem when a verb is formed these verbs undergo a change The following table shows how the connecting vowel when added to the vowel at the end of the stem change Connecting Vowel e h ei h o w ou oi Stem Vowel e ei h ei h ou w ou oi a a a a a w w w w o

    Original URL path: http://theology.edu/greek/gk26.htm (2013-12-09)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Lesson 27
    it is referring to Please remember this VERY important rule during this lesson as well 2 The interrogative pronoun tij who what Singular Masc Fem Neut Nom tij tij ti Gen tinoj tinoj tinoj L I D tini tini tini Acc tina tina ti Plural Masc Fem Neut Nom tinej tinej tina Gen tinwn tinwn tinwn L I D tisin tisin tisin Acc tinaj tinaj tina 3 The indefinite pronoun tij ti someone something same as above accept no accent marks are used in the printed Greek text 4 The indefinite relative pronoun o9stij who This pronoun occurs ONLY in the nominative case in the singular and plural Singular Masc Fem Neut Nom o9stij h9tij o9ti Plural Masc Fem Neut Nom oi9tinej ai9tinej a9tina 5 The Reflexive pronouns First person myself Singular Masc Fem Gen e0mautou e0mauthj L I D e0mautw e0mauth Acc e0mauton e0mauthn Plural Masc Fem Gen e9autwn e9autwn L I D e9autoij e9autaij Acc e9autouj e9autaj Second Person yourself Singular Masc Fem Gen seautou seauthj L I D seautw seauth Acc seauton seauthn Plural Masc Fem Gen e9autwn e9autwn L I D e9autoij e9autaij Acc e9autouj e9autaj Third Person himself herself itself Singular Masc Fem Neut Gen e9autou e9authj e9autou L I D e9autw e9auth e9autw Acc e9auton e9authn e9auto Plural Masc Fem Neut Gen e9autwn e9autwn e9autwn L I D e9autoij e9autaij e9autoij Acc e9autouj e9autaj e9auta 6 The reciprocal pronoun a0llhlwn one another This occurs only in these three forms in the New Testament a0llhlwn a0llhloij and a0llhlouj In function it shows an interaction between two subjects I e a0gapwmen a0llhlouj let us love one another etc 7 The possessive pronouns First person e0moj Singular Masc Fem Neut Nom e0moj e0mh e0mon Gen e0mou e0mhj e0mou L I D e0mw e0mh e0mw Acc e0mon e0mhn

    Original URL path: http://theology.edu/greek/gk27.htm (2013-12-09)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Lesson 28
    learned 1 The declension of paj pasa pan all Singular Masc Fem Neut Nom paj pasa pan Gen pantoj pashj pantos L I D panti pash panti Acc panta pasan pan Plural Masc Fem Neut Nom pantej pasai panta Gen pantwn paswn pantwn L I D pasin pasaij pasin Acc pantaj pasaj panta The rest of the adjectives which occur in the New Testament are regular enough that the student

    Original URL path: http://theology.edu/greek/gk28.htm (2013-12-09)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Lesson 29
    recognize them because they will not have a stem that is relatively easy to spot For instance the stem of luw is lu while the stem of didwmi is do and the stem of i9sthmi is sta and the stem of tiqhmi is qe So when you are translating along and you cannot seem to locate a word in the dictionary look to see if it is mi verb The

    Original URL path: http://theology.edu/greek/gk29.htm (2013-12-09)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Lesson 30
    conquer ASSIGNMENT Memorize the vocabulary above We have already discussed the general use of the definite article In this lesson we will look at some specialized uses of the article 1 With the conjunction kai When two nouns have one article they are both referring to the same thing i e o9 a0postoloj kai maqhthj means the disciple who is the apostle Other specialized uses can be noted by the

    Original URL path: http://theology.edu/greek/gk30.htm (2013-12-09)
    Open archived version from archive



  •