New Testament Greek, A Beginning and Intermediate Grammar
by James Allen Hewett, revised and expanded by C. Michael Robbins & Steven R. Johnson
The new revised and expanded version of Hewett's book will be used beginning in July of 2009. Improvements include correction of some errors in the Greek to English exercises. One specific improvement is that the first edition used plural forms of λαός without recognition of the collective nature of the noun. For example, λαοί, which would mean "peoples," was used where apparently "people" was intended. The new edition has corrected this.
Also, the new edition has two new chapters, and other chapters have been rewritten.
At NTGreek.net, English to Greek exercises have been a part of the curriculum from the beginning. Now in the new edition of Hewett's grammar, it too includes English to Greek exercises. In some instances these are now incorporated into the NTGreek.net curriculum.
No separate answer key is required for the new edition. Instead, the book ships with a CD containing some helpful files including an answer key in PDF format.
|If I already
have the old text book, can I still use it for NTGreek.net courses?
Why do registered students have to purchase the new edition?
Is there an answer key for the new edition?