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Study Guide for J. Gresham Machen's New Testament Greek for Beginners Paperback – February 11, 1980
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It appears that my copy was printed in 1980, there may have been updates since then to correct errors in the answer key, but the information below is based on my personal copy (which I suspect many others have).
pp 236 Lesson 10.I problem 12: Plural "you" and "your" should be singular ("thou" and "thy").
pp 236 Lesson 10.I problem 14: Plural "you" again instead of singular "thy."
pp 236 Lesson 10.II problem 8: παρ' is not introduced until lesson 11. May be able to use simple genitive, instead.
pp 237 Lesson 11.II problem 8: γαρ should be ὁτι, ἁμαρτιων should be ἁμαρτιας, and missing ἡμων.
pp 237 Lesson 11.II problem 9: τουτο should be τουτον.
pp 246 Lesson 22.I a large part of problems 16 (end) and 17 (beginning) are missing.
pp 246 Lesson 22.I problem 20: "are" should be "were."
I am sure that there are others that I missed, and I know that there are some that I am unsure about. As I discover more, I will try to remember to update the comments for this post.
Regardless of the above corrections, overall this is a invaluable resource for teaching (and self-teaching) beginning Greek from Machen's book.