BMI: Basics of Biblical Greek 1 (3rd Edition)
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BMI: Basics of Biblical Greek 1 (3rd Edition)

As an online first-semester curriculum taken from Bill Mounces's best-selling Greek textbook (chapters 1-20), now as an online first-semester curriculum, teaches the essentials of New Testament grammar and vocabulary, with substantial translation exercises.

At a Glance

  • Assigned proctor to guide you through the course and provide extra assignments
  • Access to 16 guided units on Greek grammar, vocabulary, and translation technique
  • Combines the standard Greek textbook with access to Cerego technologies for grammar and vocabulary
  • Provides the standard first-semester approach to introducing New Testament Greek
  • $225 per month access to complete the course at your own pace

Advanced

Aproximately 130 hours


Only enroll in this course if you have applied to the BibleMesh Institute, been accepted and directed to take this course.

More Details

In Basics of Biblical Greek 1, you will learn the foundational concepts for the Greek of the New Testament era. Accessing the online course at your own convenience, you will watch instructional videos, study Greek grammar, listen to audio recordings, use our cutting-edge vocabulary building application and extensive assessment tools.

This course is suitable for beginners, as well as seasoned students who are looking to refresh their knowledge of Greek.

Example Time frame: 8–10 hours per week in order to complete in 16 weeks

Course Overview

  • Unit 1: The Greek Language
  • Unit 2: Alphabet, Pronunciation, Punctuation, and Syllabification
  • Unit 3: Beginning Nouns
  • Unit 4: Genitive and Dative
  • Unit 5: Prepositions, εἶμι, and Adjectives
  • Unit 6: Third Declension Nouns
  • Unit 7: First and Second Person Personal Pronouns
  • Unit 8: αὐτὸς
  • Unit 9: Demonstrative Pronouns/Adjectives
  • Unit 10: Relative Pronoun
  • Unit 11: Introduction to Verbs and Present Active Indicative
  • Unit 12: Contract Verbs
  • Unit 13: Present Middle/Passive Indicative
  • Unit 14: Future Active/Middle Indicative
  • Unit 15: Verbal Roots, and Other Forms of the Future
  • Unit 16: Conclusion