LESSON SIX

 

 

 

Salt Lake Baptist College

 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS FOR LESSON SIX

 

INTRODUCTION

 

SECTION ONE

 

SECTION TWO

 

SECTION THREE

 

SECTION FOUR

 

SECTION FIVE

 

SECTION SIX

 


 

 

Introduction


    This will be the last section of the course before you take your Final Test.  There will be several tests taken during the course of this lesson which will be used in conjunction with the Section Tests from the previous sections to compute your final grade for the course.

    In this section you will practice vocabulary, the Greek article, verb endings, accents, punctuation, breathing, and translation.  You will be using words from the vocabularies which you have already memorized as well as some words that are not in those vocabularies.  You will be doing some more work familiarizing yourself with the use of the Lexicon and you will be expected to look up words in it with which you are not familiar and then use those words in your translation exercises.

 

    Some of the exercises in this section will be closed book and some will be open book.  The Lexicon and/or your vocabulary sheets will be allowed for some of the closed book exercises.  There will be specific instructions given concerning when the Lexicon and/or the Vocabulary sheets will be allowed and when they will not be allowed.

 

    This lesson may take 3 or 4 weeks, or more, to complete.  Study at a comfortable and sustainable pace.  You may take as many weeks as you feel is necessary for this lesson.  However, remember that procrastination will be detrimental to the learning process.  If you start and stop and start and stop over and over again, then you will forget a large measure of what you learned during your previous time of study.  Taking extra time to complete this lesson will only be beneficial if you spend that time constructively, such as working memorization drills.  You will find some of these drills in this lesson as well as in previous lessons.  It would be beneficial to you to use and review all of the drills in all of the lessons to make sure you have mastered the material; but, if you simply take extra weeks and remain idle during those weeks, then you will have to spend even more time refreshing the material in your mind after that idle time before you can advance.  In some cases you will have to totally relearn the material because it was only in your temporary memory when you went idle and during your unnecessary idle time what knowledge you had studied before was forgotten.

 

    The best plan of study is to take as much time as is needed; but, do not take unnecessary and unproductive, which is to say, destructive, weeks in which you simply go idle and do not study at all. 

 

 

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SECTION ONE
the
VERB ENDINGS & DIPHTHONGS

 

All of these exercises are to be done
from memory alone.  You may not
utilize any study aids.  Also, all
Greek and English words must
be pronounced aloud while
doing all exercises.

 

 

VERB ENDINGS

 

Practice exercise:

Do the entire exercise 2 times.  You may not use any study aids or notes.  The exercise must be done from memory alone.


You are required to say all words and phrases aloud as you do the exercise.


After you have done the exercise 2 times, then you may go on to the next section when you can do the entire exercise again without referring to the previous charts and without making any mistakes.

Example:  You would say aloud, "1st person singular of ek is ekw," (if ekw is the answer you are going to choose) and then click on that answer.

 

STEM PICK ANSWER
1st person singular of blep is blepeiV

blepei

blepw

2nd person singular of blep is blepw

blepeiV

blepei

3rd person singular of blep is blepeiV

blepw

blepei

2nd person plural of blep is blepousi

blepomen

blepeti

3rd person plural of blep is blepeti

blepomen

blepousi

1st person plural of blep is blepeti

blepousi

blepomen

1st person plural of ginwsk is ginwskomen

ginwsketi

ginwskousi

3rd person plural of ginwsk is ginwskomen

ginwsketi

ginwskousi

2nd person plural of ginwsk is ginwskomen

ginwsketi

ginwskousi

 

1st person singular of ginwsk is ginwskei

ginwskeiV

ginwskw

3rd person singular of ginwsk is ginwskei

ginwskeiV

ginwskw

2nd person singular of ginwsk is ginwskei

ginwskw

ginwskeiV

1st person singular of graf is grafw

grafeiV

grafei

3rd person plural of graf is grafousi

grafeti

grafomen

2nd person singular of graf is grafeis

grafw

grafei

1st person plural of graf is

grafeti

grafomen

grafousi

1st person plural of graf is

grafomen

grafeti

grafousi

1st person singular of didask is didaskeiV

didaskw

didaskei

1st person plural of didask is didaskomen

didasketi

didaskousi

3rd person singular of didask is didaskeiV

didaskei

didaskw

2nd person singular of didask is didaskei

didaskw

didaskeiV

2nd person plural of didask is didaskousi

didasketi

didaskomen

didaskeiV

didaskw

didaskei

1st person singular of didask is didaskeiV

didasketi

didaskomen

didaskousi

didaskw

didaskei

1st person singular of lamban is lambaneti

lambanousi

lambanow

lambanomen

lambaneiV

lambanei

1st person plural of lamban is lambanomen

lambaneti

lambanousi

lambanow

lambaneiV

lambanei

3rd person plural of lamban is lambaneti

lambanw

lambanomen

lambanousi

lambaneiV

lambanei

2nd person singular of lamban is lambaneti

lambanousi

lambanoeis

lambanomen

lambaneiV

lambanw

1st person singular of leg is legw

legeiV

legei

legomen

legeti

legousi

3rd person singular of leg is legw

legeiV

legei

legomen

legeti

legousi

1st person plural of leg is legw

legeiV

legei

legomen

legeti

legousi

3rd person plural of leg is legw

legeiV

legei

legomen

legeti

legousi

2nd person singular of leg is legw

legeiV

legei

legomen

legeti

legousi

1st person singular of lu is luw

lueiV

luei

luomen

lueti

luousi

2nd person plural of lu is

luw

lueiV

luei

luomen

lueti

luousi

3rd person singular of lu is luw

lueiV

luei

luomen

lueti

luousi

1st person plural of lu is luw

lueiV

luei

luomen

lueti

luousi

2nd person singular of lu is luw

lueiV

luei

luomen

lueti

luousi

2nd person singular of ek is

ekw

ekeiV

ekei

ekomen

eketi

ekousi

2nd person plural of ek is ekw

ekeiV

ekei

ekomen

eketi

ekousi

2rd person singular of ek is ekw

ekeiV

ekei

ekomen

eketi

ekousi

1st person singular of ek is ekw

ekeiV

ekei

ekomen

eketi

ekousi

3rd person singular of ek is ekw

ekeiV

ekei

ekomen

eketi

ekousi

Did you pronounce all of the words and

letters aloud as you did this exercise?

yes

no


After the required two times through the chart, go through the chart again and when you can complete the entire exercise from memory alone and without making any mistakes, then you may continue to the next section.

 

 

 

DIPHTHONGS

 

Exercise:

Pronounce the diphthong (diff-thong) letters aloud plus the answer and then click on the correct answer from the list that matches the diphthong you had just pronounced.

 

You must stay on each diphthong until you click the correct answer.  You must do each repeat aloud.

 

Complete the exercise 3 times through before attempting to go through it at least one more time without any mistakes.  When you have completed it again without any mistakes, then you may proceed to the next section.

 

If you make a mistake during this exercise, you must stay on that diphthong, repeating it each time, until you pick the correct answer and then you must continue until the end of the complete exercise before going back to the beginning to start over for your next time through.

 

Complete the chart from memory alone.


You may go on to the next section of the review only upon completing this section all the way through without any mistakes.

Example:  You will say "The diphthong a (alpha) i (iota) is pronounced 'ai' as in aisle," if "ai as in aisle" is the answer you are going to choose.

 

diphthong  pick the most correct pronunciation
ai "a" as in fate

"ai" as in aisle

"ee" as in feet

"eu" as in feud

"ah" as in heart

ei "a" as in sat

"ee" as in feet

"eu" as in feud

"ah" as in heart

"a" as in fate

oi "oa" as in boat

"uee" as in queen

"oi" as in oil

"ou" as in shout

"oh" as oat

au "ow" as in cow

"a" as in fate

"au" as in taught

"eu" as in feud

"ah" as in heart

eu "a" as in fate

"ai" as in aisle

"ee" as in feet

"eu" as in feud

"ah" as in heart

ou "o" as in ford

"ou" as in pout

"eu" as in feud

"ou" as in proud

"oo" as in food

ui "i" as in flit

"ee" as in feet

"eu" as in feud

"uee" as in queen

"ui" as in quit

Did you pronounce all of the

words and letters aloud

as you did this exercise?

yes

no

Answer this question when
you have completed the chart
3 times through and you
are ready
to proceed
to
the next exercise.

Did you go all the way
through this exercise again
after the 3 times and
without making any mistakes?

yes

no

 

 

 You will now take a test over Verb Endings and Diphthongs.
The score for this test will be used when averaging out your
final grade.  You must complete the test from memory alone.
You may not use any study materials nor can you have
anyone assist you while you take this test.  You are
required to pronounce all Greek and English
words aloud while taking this test.

 

VERB ENDINGS & DIPHTHONGS TEST

 

 


 

 

SECTION TWO 

the
GREEK ARTICLE

 

All of these exercises are to be done
from memory alone.  You may not
utilize any study aids.  Also, all
Greek and English words must
be pronounced aloud while
doing all exercises.

 

Practice exercise:

Do the entire exercise 2 times.  You may not use any study aids or notes.  The exercise must be done from memory alone.


You are required to say all words and phrases aloud as you do the exercise.


After you have done the exercise 2 times, then you may go on to the next section when you can do the entire exercise again without referring to the previous charts and without making any mistakes.

 

 

Pronounce the Greek article on the left aloud and then
pronounce and click on the correct answer on the right.

 ὸ (haw

  masculine article

  feminine article

  neuter article

 ὴ (hay) 

  masculine article

  neuter article

  feminine article

  to (taw) 

  neuter article

  feminine article
 
masculine article

  ὸ (haw

  masculine article

  feminine article

  neuter article

  to (taw) 

  neuter article

  feminine article
 
masculine article

 ὴ (hay) 

  masculine article

  neuter article

  feminine article

  to (taw) 

  neuter article

  feminine article
 
masculine article

 ὴ (hay) 

  masculine article

  neuter article

  feminine article

  ὸ (haw

  masculine article

  feminine article

  neuter article

  to (taw) 

  neuter article

  feminine article
 
masculine article

 ὴ (hay) 

  masculine article

  neuter article

  feminine article

  to (taw) 

  neuter article

  feminine article
 
masculine article

  ὸ (haw

  masculine article

  feminine article

  neuter article

  to (taw) 

  neuter article

  feminine article
 
masculine article

Did you pronounce all of the letters 

and the answers aloud

as you did this exercise?

yes

no

Did you go all the way
through this exercise
without any mistakes
?

yes

no

 

 


 

SECTION THREE

 VOCABULARY WORK

All of these exercises are to be done
from memory alone.  You may not
utilize any study aids.  Also, all
Greek and English words must
be pronounced aloud while
doing all exercises.


 

The first exercise is to help you refresh your

memorization of the early vocabulary words.

Click HERE for the practice sheet.

 

Did you pronounce all of the letters 

and the answers aloud

as you did this exercise?

yes

no

Did you go all the way
through this exercise
without any mistakes
?

yes

no

 


 

This second exercise is to help refresh your
memory of all of the vocabulary words
learned in this course.
 Click HERE for the practice sheet.

 

Did you pronounce all of the letters 

and the answers aloud

as you did this exercise?

yes

no

Did you go all the way
through this exercise
without any mistakes
?

yes

no

 

 

 

You will now take a test over the Greek Article and
your Greek Vocabulary words.  The score for this test
will be used when averaging out your final grade.
You must complete the test from memory alone.
You may not use any study materials nor can you
have anyone assist you while you take this test.
You are required to pronounce all Greek and
English words aloud while taking this test.
If you do not pronounce all words aloud
while taking the test, then it will be
declared null and void and you will
have to repeat the test.

GREEK ARTICLE and VOCABULARY TEST

 

Did you pronounce all of the letters 

and the answers aloud

as you did this test?

yes

no



 

SECTION FOUR

Accents, Punctuation, and Breathing

 

All of these exercises are to be done
from memory alone.  You may not
utilize any study aids.  Also, all
Greek and English words must
be pronounced aloud while
doing all exercises.

 

Practice exercises:

 

You must stay on each question until you click the correct answer.

 

Do the following chart 5 times through from memory alone.

You are required to say all words and phrases aloud as you do the exercise.

 

Example: You will say, "Pick the circumflex accent." Then you will pick the correct answer and say "circumflex."

Example 2: You will say, "Pick the word with a comma after it - anqropoV (ahn-thrah-poss) comma" and then click the word with the proper punctuation.

Example 3: You will say, "() epsilon nu with rough breathing is pronounced hen," if hen is the answer you are choosing, and then click on the correct answer.

 

Once you have completed the chart the required 5 times through, then you may continue on to the next section when you can complete the chart one more time with no mistakes.

 

 

 Accents, punctuation, and breathing

Pick the circumflex accent.

Pick the acute accent.

Pick the grave accent.

Pick the word with a comma after it.

anqropoV,

anqropoV.

anqropoV·

anqropoV;

Pick the word with a question mark after it.

anqropoV,

anqropoV.

anqropoV·

anqropoV;

Pick the word with a period after it.

anqropoV,

anqropoV.

anqropoV·

anqropoV;

Pick the word with a colon after it.

anqropoV,

anqropoV.

anqropoV·

anqropoV;

with smooth breathing is pronounced   en

  hen

with rough breathing is pronounced   hen

  en

with smooth breathing is pronounced   oo

  hoo

with rough breathing is pronounced   hoo

  oo

Did you pronounce all of the
letters
 and the answers aloud

as you did this exercise?

yes

no

 

 

 

 

You will now take a test over the Greek accents

punctuation and breathing.  The score for this test
will be used when averaging out your final grade.
You must complete the test from memory alone.
You may not use any study materials nor can you
have anyone assist you while you take this test.
You are not required to pronounce anything aloud
while taking this test although it will help you
if you do pronounce them aloud while taking it.


Click the link below to access the test.

Accents Punctuation and Breathing Greek Final

 

 


 

 

SECTION FIVE

Declensions

 

First you will practice the Declensions and
then you will be tested on them.

 


 

All of these exercises are to be done
from memory alone.  You may not
utilize any study aids.  Also, all
Greek and English words must
be pronounced aloud while
doing all exercises.

 


 

 

DECLENSION OF anqrwpoV

Click HERE to go to the practice page.

 


 

DECLENSION OF uioV 

Click HERE to go to the practice page.

 


 

DECLENSION OF dwron 

Click HERE to go to the practice page.

 


 

 

You will now take a test over the Greek declensions.

The score for this test will be used when averaging
out your final grade. You must complete the test
from memory alone.  You may not use any study
materials nor can you have anyone assist you
while you take this test.
You are not required to pronounce anything aloud
while taking this test although it will help you
if you do pronounce them aloud while taking it.

 


Click the link below to access the test.

 

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that students take a copy of the Results page
before submitting each test.  If, when you
submit the test, you do not receive a copy
by email, then please contact us to see
if we received our copy.  If we did,
then we will email a copy to you
for your records.  If we did not
receive our copy, then we will
instruct you to send us a copy
of the Results page to be
placed in your file in lieu
of a copy of the test.  If
you do receive your
copy when you submit
the test, then you
need do nothing
more at that
time.

 

 

Declension Final Test

 

 


 

SECTION SIX

Lexicon work

 

    This practice sheet will help you to improve your familiarity with the Analytical Greek Lexicon and the procedures for finding definitions of words from it.

Click HERE to go to the Lexicon practice sheet.

This Lexicon practice will not be included in your grade.

 


 

Lexicon grade test

You will need to have your Lexicon open to take the Lexicon Test.
If you do not have it open, click
HERE to open a copy.

 

The Lexicon Test will be included in your grade for the course.
There will be a two hour time limit on the test.

To save time, you do not have to pronounce the words aloud during
the test; although it will help you find the words if you do so.

 

 

LEXICON TEST

 

 


 

END OF LESSON SIX

 

 

 You will now take the LESSON SIX Test.
Test is "closed book."
Click HERE to go to the Closed Book Test Contract Form.

 

TESTING:  Make sure you read the testing instructions if you have not already done so.

 

LESSON SIX TEST

 


 

 You will now take the Final Test!
Test is "closed book."

 

TESTING:  Make sure you read the testing instructions if you have not already done so.

 

 

Please submit a Finish Sign In form if you have not already done so.

 

 

You have been required to find the correct answer in the textbook
to every question that you may have missed on each test taken
thus far in this course.  If you have not already done that,
using the copies of the tests automatically sent to you
with all of the correct answers on them for comparison
purposes to make sure you have found the correct
answer in the textbook, then it is required that you
do so now before proceeding to the Final Test.

 

 

This test is "closed book" and you must submit a Closed
Book Test Contract Form before taking this test.

Exception:

1. The only exception to the "closed book" requirement will be when the "Information notes," accessed by clicking the "Information icon" found next to some of the questions, instruct you that you MAY use your Lexicon on that question.
2.
Such instructions are to apply to THAT QUESTION ONLY!  When you finish that question and go on to the next question and there are no instructions that say you may use your Lexicon on that question also, then you must stop using your Lexicon and close its window before answering that question.  You are to keep your Lexicon closed until you are instructed that you may open it and use it again.

3. If you are instructed that you may use your Lexicon for a particular question, then you may return to this page to open a copy.  A link is supplied below on this page.
4.
Once you submit that question, then you must close the Lexicon window until you are instructed that you may open it again.

 

Click HERE to go to the Closed Book Test Contract Form.

 

After submitting your Closed Book Test Contract Form you will
be sent the password.  When you receive it, you may proceed to the Test.

 

 

This Final Test is a combination of most of the questions

from the tests and exercises you have already taken

at various times during this Greek course.

 

If you did not do well on the tests and the exercises it is suggested

that you restudy the textbook sections addressing the questions

that you missed on the various exercises and tests until you

know the material completely.  For the material covered
in the tests, you have received copies of those tests
that you were already supposed to have used to

find the correct answers to all of the questions

that you may have answered wrong.  You

were required to do that whether you

passed the test or not.

 

There is a 2 hour time limit on the Final Test and a passing score is 95%.

 

Click this word LEXICON to open a copy when instructed that you
may use it to work a particular question.  Please use ONLY the
online Lexicon reached through that link in order to avoid
any discrepancies that might be found in other Lexicons.

 ATTENTION:
The software provider had a problem with their server
in May of 2011.  This caused tests to fail to submit
properly.  Because of this problem, we now ask

that students take a copy of the Results page
before submitting each test.  If, when you
submit the test, you do not receive a copy
by email, then please contact us to see
if we received our copy.  If we did,
then we will email a copy to you
for your records.  If we did not
receive our copy, then we will
instruct you to send us a copy
of the Results page to be
placed in your file in lieu
of a copy of the test.  If
you do receive your
copy when you submit
the test, then you
need do nothing
more at that
time.

 

GREEK COURSE FINAL TEST
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