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A Concise Exegetical Grammar of New Testament Greek Paperback – July 1, 1986
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If you have already studied Greek for at least one year, I think you will find this book to be an excellent resource when you are trying to remember the various aspects of the Genative case or the uses of the prepostion "epi."
I keep this book with my Greek NT and find it to be invaluable. I recommend it highly
It is concise to the point of being obscure on points that are really quite simple. To the uninitiated, most of the book will be gibberish. To the specialist or advancing student, it will be inadequate.
Page layout and type quality are less than agreeable to the eyes. The Greek typeface is a thin typewriter (monospaced) script not unlike Courier New, with accents, breathing marks, and iota subscripts typed over with a different script entirely. Grave accents look like ink blots, and all of the underlining in the book seems to have been done by hand. All in all a highly unprofessional text.
Do yourself a favor and spend the extra money for John Wenhams superb "The Elements of New Testament Greek." It is more complete, more sound, and much more lasting. The introductory refresher on English Grammar is very helpful.