Greek Grammar

Greek Grammar (39262 downloads)

Goodwin’s Greek Grammar stands with Hadley’s Greek Grammar as one of the most widely used and longest running Greek Grammars in America.  The grammar has gone through many editions and reprints for over 130 years, with the last major edition appearing in 1930.

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8 Responses to Greek Grammar

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  7. Alan Aversa says:

    Wow, reprints for over 130 years! This must be a good one. Thanks

  8. Gene watson says:

    I am in possesion of a copy printed in 1965. I feel hampered in my study of it because it does not have an English-Greek nor a Greek-English vocabulary. Since they cover several eras of Greek, what would be the appropriate suppliment for this, since I seem to be ignorant enough to require this?

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