How To: Use present middle indicative form in biblical Greek

Use present middle indicative form in biblical Greek

In this language tutorial, you will learn how to use the present middle indicative form biblical Greek (Koine). The Greek middle expesses the subject as participating in the action. This is a perfect lesson for the scholar looking to study the ancient language of Greece. Watch this how to video and you will be speaking the biblical Greek language in no time.

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1 Comment

I really like the style of your vidoes. Sadly, you use the Erasmian... which makes my ears bleed:) I've been trained Koine using the modern pronunciation. Good stuff, though, much appreciated.

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