Notes On Koine Greek, Pt. 21

The 21st installation of my "Notes On Koine Greek" is up and ready for reading. This group of notes focuses on how to, morphologically speaking, break down (or, as I call it "attack") a Koine Greek sentence. Here, I offer 10 Tips for how to begin to successfully "attack" a Koine Greek sentence; I also provide an example from the Gospel of Mark. To see the other "Notes" in this series, go to the bottom of this post and click the links. Enjoy!







+ Link: "Notes On Koine Greek, Pt. 1"
+ Link: "Notes On Koine Greek, Pt. 2"
+ Link: "Notes On Koine Greek, Pt. 3"
+ Link: "Notes On Koine Greek, Pt. 4"
+ Link: "Notes On Koine Greek, Pt. 5"
+ Link: "Notes On Koine Greek, Pt. 6"
+ Link: "Notes On Koine Greek, Pt. 7"
+ Link: "Notes On Koine Greek, Pt. 8"
+ Link: "Notes On Koine Greek, Pt. 9"
+ Link: "Notes On Koine Greek, Pt. 10"
+ Link: "Notes On Koine Greek, Pt. 11"
+ Link: "Notes On Koine Greek, Pt. 12"
+ Link: "Notes On Koine Greek, Pt. 13"
+ Link: "Notes On Koine Greek, Pt. 14"
+ Link: "Notes On Koine Greek, Pt. 15"
+ Link: "Notes On Koine Greek, Pt. 16"
+ Link: "Notes On Koine Greek, Pt. 17"
+ Link: "Notes On Koine Greek, Pt. 18"
+ Link: "Notes On Koine Greek, Pt. 19"
+ Link: "Notes On Koine Greek, Pt. 20"

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