Daniel Wallace's Books

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  1. rpeters

    rpeters Puritan Board Freshman

    So, I just finished 1st year Greek and wanted to work on 2nd year Greek. I had just bought Daniel Wallace's books:

    Basics of New Testament Syntax, The
    A Workbook for New Testament Syntax: Companion to Basics of New Testament Syntax and Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics

    I had heard there is the answers for the workbook out there somewhere. I emailed a person at zondervan and and of course no answer. Something that really helped me is when I was doing BBG in the workbook I could check to see what I did wrong and fix it. So does anyone know how I can get the answers to this workbook.
     
  2. Joseph Scibbe

    Joseph Scibbe Puritan Board Junior

    If it is through a school you could ask them about the workbook issues.
     
  3. rpeters

    rpeters Puritan Board Freshman

    I am doing it alone!
     
  4. CIT

    CIT Puritan Board Post-Graduate

    Brave Brave soul
     
  5. CharlieJ

    CharlieJ Puritan Board Junior

    Wallace's intermediate text is Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics. That's the one you want. Or, for a more accessible treatment, find David Black's It's Still Greek to Me. I recommend Black if you're learning on your own. Wallace's book is more of a reference grammar, and it's not easy for you to know where you should be studying when. Really, you need both: Black to learn stuff, Wallace to look up stuff.

    I tutor Greek.
     
  6. rpeters

    rpeters Puritan Board Freshman

    I have that already
     
  7. elnwood

    elnwood Puritan Board Junior

    Basics of New Testament Syntax is just a condensed version of Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics. The former is meant to be used to go through consecutively as a classroom text, and the latter is a reference work. I would recommend returning the first and just using the second text.

    The Amazon reviews say to e-mail Zondervan either at jesse.hillman [at] zondervan [dot] com or deskcopyrequest [AT] Zondervan [dot] com. If you've already done this, you probably want to call them next.
     
  8. rpeters

    rpeters Puritan Board Freshman

    I got it!
     
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