Answer Key to Samuel Green’s A Brief Introduction to New Testament Greek.
Thank you for this introduction to koine greek.
It’s a good opportunity for me to improve my rudimentary latin and greek. Thanks
Thank you for your labor of love
thanks for this. would surely help brushing up lost greek skill
thanks for your wonderful help
thanks ready to start learning and then interpreting
tks, garce be with you.
Thank you. Surely it will bring me great help as the first book of my Greek study.
and thanks also for your availability
Where exactly IS the answer key?
It’s all Greek to me, But with God’s help I’ll be able to read and understand it.
Thank you very much for your effort to make this book available to me. I am keen to learn NT Greek to understand the Bible better. May Lord Jesus Christ bless you. Joseph.
Thank you. Is the answer key at the end of the book somewhere?
without any doubts, I hope fervently that the book will add something great to my knowledge in the Greek studies. Thanks to the writer, editor(s) and publisher(s)
without any doubts, I hope fervently that this book will add something great to my knowledge in Greek . A lot of thanks to the Writer, Editor(s) and Publisher(s)
thanks, this is great, thanks
Thanks, and may the Lord bless your work every day!
Above I see the link to the actual textbook, but it mentions the answer key but I cannot see a link to download the answer key. Can someone help?
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