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BiblicalGreek

  • Great question!

    All beginning grammars start with the 2nd declension (the "o" dec. that you are referring to), then move on to the 1st dec. and finally bring in the 3rd. I'm using the "es" ending from the 3rd dec. as the most basic form. I will try to find some time to generate a video that works through the "o" declension specifically. The "oi" stem + ending is actually borrowed from the pronominal declension and thus even though it is the most common nom. pl. from it is exceptional.

    Introduction to Greek Cases and Declensions

    • 2 years ago
    • 5,672 views
    Prof. Schwandt explains the best way for learning the case and declension system in ancient and Biblical Greek.
  • Great question. I just added links to the app in the video description.

    Install Anki 2 and Import IBG Athenaze deck

    • 1 year ago
    • 528 views
    This video shows you how to install Anki 2 and import audio visual flashcards that come with the beginning Greek course at the Institute of Biblical Greek.

    Here is the link to the app info page
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  • How to say Merry Christmas in Greek

    • 1 year ago
    • 3,113 views
    A brief explanation of how to say Merry Christmas and Happy New Year in Greek.
  • GREEK PRONUNCIATION 1 (Historical Development)

    A concise description of the development of the Greek language and certain Greek vowel sounds based on the historical record. This show leads to an understanding of the diachronic application of th...
  • Yep, reading Campbell will confuse you, Jordan (but don't blame yourself). αὐτο βαλεῖ σε! Better read what Rugne's criticism of Porter before trying to understand Campbell who builds upon Porter. ἀλλὰ μῆπως δεῖ λέγειν πολλὴν Ἑλληνικήν. φιλῶ πολὺ οὗτος κινομάτος τοῦ Μάρκου καὶ Σέπ. οὺκ ἐθέλω ἁρπάζειν τοῦτον διαλόγον.

    ἐγὼ βαλῶ σε

    I teach my son a liquid future...and basic self-defense skills.
  • Institute of Biblical Greek Fluency Course

    • 2 years ago
    • 5,112 views
    The Fluency Course offered by the Institute of Biblical Greek is a full service course that uses all sorts of learning methods to teach Biblical Greek. This brief video explains how the course use...
  • χαῖρε Μάρκος. φιλῶ κινηματογραφαί σου ἄει. οἱ λόγοι σου ἀληθεῖς. δεῖ με ποιεῖν κινηματογραφαί ἐν Ἑλληνικῇ πρὸς τὸν δήμιον. ἔχω ταῦτα τοῖς μαθηταῖς μου ἀλλὰ ὁ δήμιος οὐ δύνατι βλέπειν ταῦτα. ὅμως ποιήσω πολλοὺς ἐν Ἑλληνικῇ πρὸς τὸν δήμιον δι᾽ ὀλίγου.

    Monolingual vs. Bilingual Classical Language Learning

    • 2 years ago
    • 2,235 views
    Professor John Schwandt discusses the difference between how most modern languages are taught and how most classical languages are taught. The key difference is whether students learn to think in ...
  • You are right that I didn't mention words with accented long penults and how they will take acute or circumflex depending on the ultima. I will update that ASAP. (I do mention that in the first video, which I say a few times is prerequisite for this one.) I think that is the only issue that falls under "not everything said in this video is correct." If there is anything other than this one point that you find inconsistent or inaccurate please let me know. Thanks for the help.

    Accenting Biblical and Ancient Greek (Part 2 - Non-verbs)

    • 3 years ago
    • 2,748 views
    Professor John Schwandt explains how to apply general accenting principles to properly accent Biblical (Koine) and ancient Greek non verbs.
  • New Testament Language Training

    • 3 years ago
    • 4,568 views
    This video provides a summary the Institute of Biblical Greek intensive New Testament Language Training course. This course was previously called Greek In A Week, but since this course is designed...
  • Accenting with Enclitics (Ancient Greek)

    • 3 years ago
    • 1,191 views
    Professor John Schwandt of New Saint Andrews College explains how enclitics affect the accenting of classical and Biblical Greek. He summarizes all of the factors into three simple principles that...
  • Accenting Biblical and Ancient Greek (Part 3 - Verbs) {AKA the big recession]

    • 3 years ago
    • 2,212 views
    John Schwandt of the Institute of Biblical Greek teaches how to accent Biblical (Koine) and Ancient Greek. He explains the principle of recession.
  • Accenting Biblical (Koine) and ancient Greek (Part 1 - General Principles)

    • 3 years ago
    • 7,579 views
    This is the first part of a short series on how to properly accent ancient and Biblical Greek.
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