Peter Pankonin wrote:I hope to do Hebrew after this.
Will Braun wrote:I am currently trying to teach myself Greek, though I'm finding it's pretty difficult. Grammatically, it's so different from English, and the worst part is not having an idea of how to pronounce the vocabulary, what with their accents and everything. And accents are pretty terrible, too - I'm not quite sure what difference they make, and the textbook I'm using (Essentials of New Testament Greek) doesn't cover it.
I've never used Essentials but I've heard some complain that it is too sparse when it comes to explanation and detail. Perhaps that's part of what is tripping you up.
SusanJeffers wrote:I'm curious whether anyone on the forum is just in the very early stages of learning Greek independently, e.g. working through a beginning grammar book, or learning the alphabet and sounding out words, or perhaps using an interlinear Bible.
Jason Hare wrote:Let me know when you get to Hebrew. I'll try to give you some pointers, and I'll answer any Hebrew questions that might come your way.
Have you thought about which text you'd like to work through for Hebrew?
In college, we used Seow's grammar. I've also got a copy of Weingreen and loads of resources for modern Hebrew.
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