GK101 Introduction to Biblical Greek
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A discussion group for people working through Logos Mobile Education's GK101 course.
- I have not read all the posts, but is there an errata somewhere? I am on segment 31 activities. section- translating: 12 τηρεῖς βιβλία is mistranslated in the answers as 'three books' rather than as 'You keep the books safe.' Section composing : 9. why is the answer την οικίαν rather than τον οικιον? 10. the answer is plural but there is no indication of this in the question the sentence as given is "you find" not "you all find" 11. there is no way to tell whether sheep is plural or singular in the question.
- I can't answer to this myself, but have reposted in the Logos user forum for Mobile Ed, where it may receive more attention: https://community.logos.com/forums/p/187084/1081173.aspx#1081173
NB.Mick — EditedOn the other hand, it seems the error I reported long ago (that the video resources of GK091/092 claim ἱερόν to mean "priest", when everywhere else, including the course textbook, it is translated "temple") is still standing. Links to error report: https://community.logos.com/forums/p/143631/917642.aspx#917642 and https://community.logos.com/forums/t/153437.aspx, the post (not the error) was acknowledged by FL in April 2018.
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- Hello, just bought and started this package to go along with my greek 101 class. Its a huge help so far. I was wondering if anyone knows where I can find the greek textbook that is supposed to come with the package???
- An Introduction to Biblical Greek: A Grammar with ExercisesIn An Introduction to Biblical Greek, John D. Schwandt integrates the rigor of a classic Greek grammar with the fruit of contemporary language learning. The result is a one-stop introduction to New Testament Greek that is both academically sound and student friendly.www.logos.com
- Hi, everyone! I'm really enjoying Dr. Schwandt's course here. I have done a lot of initial work in Greek, even completing G. Hadjiantoniou's Learning the Basics of New Testament Greek, which is excellent. However, Dr. Schwandt does a great job of explaining things in a different way and it feels very up-to-date in relation to recent linguistic research into Greek morphology, verb structure, discourse, and so on. Thank you, Dr. Schwandt!
- Has anyone else had this trouble: I cannot download the readings document from Bible Study>Logos Documents. Is the link broken?
- The 'see also' section in Unit 1's practice has an issue. It links to the cover page for Carson's Greek Accents book, with no content. I assume we're not meant to just look at the front cover?
- This is a case where working through the course in the Courses Tool isn't super helpful. In the course resource itself that link opens Carson's book so people can look through it on their own. It is meant to just point people to a helpful resource that has more detail on Greek accent marks, so it links to the title page of the book instead of a specific section. You can open the full resource by clicking "Greek Accents" in the upper left corner.
- Ah that explains it. Thanks Miles!
- Has anyone else had problems completing the segment 9 assignments? No text box appears for the breathing mark assignments.
- I have been using Logos for several years but this is the first mEd course I have signed up for. So far the course has kept my interest peaked. Was surprised to learn how the different methods of teaching Greek came into being. Interesting. Has anyone completed this course for the mEd Certificate in Greek?
- is there a difference between following this group and actually joining? The only option I see is to click the follow button. :-)