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Dictionary Review

A review of A Concise Dictionary of New Testament Greek can be found at:

http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr/2004/2004-07-36.html
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Chapter 10 questions

Hi all
I am new to the forum, never posted yet. I am glad this forum is here for us to ask questions and hopefully get some answers. My name is Jimmy from New Jersey, right outside NYC. I am up to chapter 10, the voc was easy to learn but I have a few questions. Do the articles act the same with 3rd dec nouns as they do with 1st & 2nd dec nouns, ...
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Confusing Lingo

Howdy, I found a troubling sentance in one of my greek books. legw ton auton logon

The translation I attempted did not make any sense. I translated it "I spoke it the word" or "a word"

The book gave me "I say the same word."

Why would that sentance mean that?
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Yet another query...

Hi, I am confused again. This time I want to know the distinction between these two phrases. legete touton ton logon Which means "you speak this word". As compared to legete ton logon First of all is that correct to say in the first place and if so would that mean "You speak 'a' word" as opposed to "You speak 'this' word".

Also what the heck does touton or toutouj ...
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A couple questions...

Hi, I have a book called "Teach Yourslef New Testament Greek." It's a good book but it leaves me wondering about a few things that some you will most likely be able to help me with. For example, o( foboj tou kuriou e)stin a)rxh thj sofiaj

I know that sofiaj is feminine singular genitive so why doesn't it say taj sofiaj Also why aren't a)rxh and sofiaj in the accusative case sense they describe ...
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Greek fonts

For information on the Greek font which Textkit uses and how to use it, see this post in the Learning Greek forum.
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Mark 5:10

Is this just a case of the Nueter being fluid in Number or is the man (singular) posessed making a request for "them" demons (plural) ?

I think this is just demonstrating that number can be fluid in the Neuter like in I John 4:1

Any insight?
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Mark 3:30

In Mark 3:30 there is a quote from Jesus, but at the end of the quote is an explanatory statment from the penman and not spoken by Jesus.

The final clause begins with o(ti

Is this really the normal use here needing a translation of "because" or is it just setting apart the extra statement similar to a quotation mark?
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Idiomatic Phrases?

Does anyone know of any idiomatic use of either of these phrases or any neccesary connection between the two?

po/qen e)/rxetai kai\ pou= u(pa/geir(

and\or

to\ pla/toj kai\ mh=koj kai\ u(/yoj kai\ ba/qoj
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Reading Plan

I'm thinking about putting together a reading calendar to read the Entire Greek NT. I would like to do it in either a year or two years. I'm still very much a beginner, but I do have some understanding as I read.

How ambitious is this? I'd like to read it regardless of how much I understand or retain. Even though I'm reading for aquaintence rather than full understanding it seems like a good idea ...
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