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Did you finish Biblical Greek: Beginning the Adventure?  Are you wondering how to continue the adventure of learning Biblical Greek?  The short answer is READ, READ, and READ some more!  Reading Biblical Greek consistently and in context is the best way to improve your understanding of the language.  Our free Greek readers (below) can help you maximize your reading time as you continue on the journey.  We strongly suggest that you start reading the Gospel of John.  Then, read Romans or Colossians.  Make sure to read daily, at least 20 minutes. 

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 Ideal for digital use: Click on the Reader you wish to open and download.

How does the reader maximize your reading time?

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The Reader helps you focus on the Biblical text.  Each word that appears less than 50 times in the New Testament has a footnote.  In the footnote, you will find a basic translation of the word.  For verbs, the footnote also gives the basic information of its form.  Lastly, verbs that appear more than 50 times but have a difficult form are also given.  

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With these footnotes, you will be able to spend more time reading the word of God in Greek and less time looking up the meaning or form of uncommon words in a dictionary, lexicon, or grammar.  Little by little, you'll consult the notes less and less.  Lord willing, with these readers, you'll enjoy the adventure of learning Biblical Greek more.

Ideal for printing and binding.  Click on the Reader you wish to open and download.

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