Mastering New Testament Greek Textbook Ted Hildebrandt Baker Academic



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Reflexive Pronouns

First Person (myself)




Singular

Plural




2

1

2

1




Masc.

Fem.

Masc.

Fem.

Gen.

e]mautou?

e]mauth?j

e[autw?n

e[autw?n

Dat.

e]maut&?

e]maut^?

e[autoi?j

e[autai?j

Acc.

e]mauto

e]mauth

e[autou

e[auta


Second Person (yourself)




Singular

Plural




Masc.

Fem.

Masc.

Fem.


Gen.

seautou?

seauth?j

e[autw?n

e[autw?n

Dat.

seaut&?

seaut^?

e[autoi?j

e[autai?j

Acc.

seauto

seauth

e[autou

e[auta


Third Person (himself/herself/itself)




Singular

Plural




2

1

2

2

1

2




Masc.

Fem.

Neut.

Masc.

Fem.

Neut.

Gen.

e[autou?

e[auth?j

e[autou?

e[autw?n

e[autw?n

e[autw?n

Dat.


e[aut&?

e[aut^?

e[aut&?

e[autoi?j

e[autai?j

e[autoi?j

Acc.

e[auto

e[auth

e[auto<

e[autou

e[auta

e[auta<

Appendix 3

Chapter Summaries

Chapter 1 Summary: The Alphabet


a / A

Alpha sounds like “a” in father.

b / B

Beta sounds like “b” in Bible.

g / G

Gamma sounds like “g” in gone.

d / D

Delta sounds like “d” in dog.

e / E

Epsilon sounds like “e” in met.

z / Z

Zeta sounds like “z” in daze when it begins a word, dz when it’s in the middle of a word.

h / H

Eta sounds like “e” in obey.

q / Q

Theta sounds like “th” in think.


i / I

Iota short sounds like the “i” in sit.

Iota long sounds like the “i” in machine.

In initial position on Hebrew name, it sounds like a “y.”


k / K

Kappa sounds like “k” in kitchen.

l / L

Lambda sounds like “l” in law.

m / M

Mu sounds like “m” in mother.

n / N

Nu sounds like “n” in new.

c / C

Xsi sounds like “x” in axe.

o / O

Omicron sounds like “o” in not.

Some pronounce it like modern Greek long “o” as in “obey.”



p / P

Pi sounds like “p” in peach.

r / R

Rho sounds like “r” in rod.

s / S

Sigma sounds like “s” in set.

Sigma looks like j when it comes at the end of a word (final sigma)—sofo


t / T

Tau sounds like “t” in talk.

u / U

Upsilon sounds like “u” in “universe.”

f / F


Phi sounds like “ph” in phone.

x / X

Chi sounds like “ch” in chemical.

y / Y

Psi sounds like “ps” in lips.

w / W

Omega sounds like “o” in tone.

Vowels: Short: e, o; Long: h, w; Either: a, i, u

Eight diphthongs: ai—ai as in aisle, ei—ei as in eight, oi—oi as in oil, ui—ui as in suite, au—au as in sauerkaut, eu, hu—eu as in feud, ou—ou as in soup (two letters, one sound)

Iota subscripts: %, ^, &

Nasal gamma: g sound changes to an n sound when put before: g, k, x, c. a]ggelo




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