A Greek Grammar of the New Testament: A Workbook Approach to by Curtis Vaughan

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1) 2) 9£ou (vs. 0Y"lv (vs. 4) 4) 6uv6:~tl (vs. 5) 5) nveu~alO<; (vs. 6) 6. l)v (vs. V1lI)V (vs. 2) 3) npoa £uxw v (vs. 2) 4) et-ou (vs. 3) 5) nOTp6<: (vs. 3) 6) tpyo u (vs. 3) 7) 6y6"'1< (". lpol (vs. 4) 9) UIAWV (vs. IOV (vs. 5) 11) fUJWV (vs. 5) .. GEMTrvE CUE {CONTINUED) 12) I'IIJWV (vs. C; (vs. _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ 14) Kuplou (vs. 6) _ _ __ __ _ _ __ _ 15) IJllJTlTal (vs. 6)1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ 7. Select the possessive genitives of verses 2·3. 8. Write here your translation of Thess. 1:4-7. LESSON 6 Ablative Case (n OCPOLpt1:lKr'!

Iltcntrally bt:tter, however. to turn. n Eqlish "bute. " The con tut will ulu,Uy IUke it du. wll'l kind 01 clause 10 UK. whelherlemporal , QuW,e". 'The: lemponol idCl will likdy fil more o hen IhIn othe:f1. LESSON 5 Genitive Case (Continued) I. Review l1bess. 1:1· 3. 2. Look over 1 Tbess. 7 ; read the passage aloud and then translate as much as you can without referring to /UiCOfU, gramman, etc. 3. Having gone through the passage at least once without the assistance of grammatical aids, go through it again using your lexicon to check the meanings of unfamiliar words .

Compare the use of the same terms in verse 8, where only one ankle occurs. S. Parse : 1) '11'10011 (vs. 1) 2) 9£ou (vs. 0Y"lv (vs. 4) 4) 6uv6:~tl (vs. 5) 5) nveu~alO<; (vs. 6) 6. l)v (vs. V1lI)V (vs. 2) 3) npoa £uxw v (vs. 2) 4) et-ou (vs. 3) 5) nOTp6<: (vs. 3) 6) tpyo u (vs. 3) 7) 6y6"'1< (". lpol (vs. 4) 9) UIAWV (vs. IOV (vs. 5) 11) fUJWV (vs. 5) .. GEMTrvE CUE {CONTINUED) 12) I'IIJWV (vs. C; (vs. _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ 14) Kuplou (vs. 6) _ _ __ __ _ _ __ _ 15) IJllJTlTal (vs. 6)1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ 7.

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