GRK101C – Beginning Koiné Greek, Level C (2021011M1900B)

$350.00 $250.00

7 in stock

Beg. Koiné Greek
10 May – 16 August 2021
Mon, 7:00–8:00pm Eastern Time

7 in stock

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The online resource, produced by Biblical Language Center, is used by our instructors to supplement your Greek learning in GRK101C.

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GRK101C
Prerequisite: Beginning Koiné Greek, Level B

Greek Level C introduces increasingly complex verb forms that expand your ability to talk about everyday activities. Language tasks such as getting oneself washed up and dressed in preparation for a dinner party as well as throwing a dinner party are taken from ancient Greek-Latin conversation manuals (details here) in order to provide authentic language communication. New Testament texts that parallel the vocabulary and language structures learned in the curriculum will be introduced. Participants learn approximately 100 lexemes in roughly 370 inflected forms and demonstrate a working knowledge of the following grammatical topics: verbs—present middle/passive indicative (sing. & pl.), imperatives (mid./pass. sing. & pl.) with an increased emphasis on the semantic distinction between active and middle/passive forms, periphrastic constructions with perfect passive participles (e.g., ἐνδεδυμένος εἰμί), and infinitives with an emphasis on the aspectual distinction between present and aorist forms.

Enjoy your studies!