How To: Use the movable NU in biblical Greek

Use the movable NU in biblical Greek

In this how to video, you will be introduced to the concept of a movable NU in Greek as well as have the Greek accent marks summarized. The movable NU is used at the end of Greek texts in the present active indicative third person plural form. The movable NU is comparable to the English article "a" or "an". This lesson in perfect for those who wish to study this ancient language of Greece. Watch this language tutorial and you will be speaking biblical Greek in no time.

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