Mark Daily Dose Greek Videos

Mark 1.1, Mark 1.2Mark 1.3, Mark 1.4, Mark 1.5Mark 1.6, Mark 1.7, Mark 1.8, Mark 1.9, Mark 1.10Mark 1.11, Mark 1.12, Mark 1.13Mark 1.14, Mark 1.15, Mark 1.16, Mark 1.17, Mark 1.18, Mark 1.19, Mark 1.20, Mark 1.21, Mark 1.22, Mark 1.23, Mark 1.24, Mark 1.25, Mark 1.26, Mark 1.27, Mark 1.28, Mark 1.29, Mark 1.30, Mark 1.31, Mark 1.32, Mark 1.33, Mark 1.34, Mark 1.35, Mark 1.36, Mark 1.37, Mark 1.38, Mark 1.39, Mark 1.40, Mark 1.41, Mark 1.42, Mark 1.43, Mark 1.44, Mark 1.45

Mark 2.1, Mark 2.2, Mark 2.3, Mark 2.4, Mark 2.5, Mark 2.6, Mark 2.7, Mark 2.8, Mark 2.9, Mark 2.10, Mark 2.11, Mark 2.12, Mark 2.13, Mark 2.14, Mark 2.15, Mark 2.16, Mark 2.17, Mark 2.18, Mark 2.19, Mark 2.20, Mark 2.21, Mark 2.22, Mark 2.23, Mark 2.24, Mark 2.25, Mark 2.26, Mark 2.27, Mark 2.28

Mark 3.1, Mark 3.2, Mark 3.3, Mark 3.4

 

Mark 3.4

Mark 3.8

Mark 9.2 (six days)

Mark 10.36 (cf. Aubrey)

Mark 15.39,

Grammar Songs

Active Verb Song

Eimi Endings

2nd Declension Song

Grammatical Issues

Death of Deponency 

Deponency 2, Neva Miller

Other Grammar Posts

1.1 The Letters and Sounds of Greek

2.1 The Greek Verbal System

3.1 Present and Future Active Indicative

4.1 Nouns of the Second Declension

5.1 Nouns of the First Declension

6.1 Adjectives of the First and Second Declension

7.1 Imperfect and Aorist Active Indicative

8.1 Additional Prepositions

9.1 Personal Pronouns

10.1 Perfect and Pluperfect Active Indicative

11.1 Demonstrative Pronouns

12.1 Present Middle and Passive Indicative

13.1 Perfect Middle and Passive, Future Middle Indicative

14.1 Imperfect Middle & Passive, Aorist Middle, and Pluperfect Middle & Passive Indicative

15.1 Aorist and Future Passive Indicative

16.1 Review of the Indicative Mood

17.1 Nouns of the Third Declension

18.1 Adjectives, Pronouns, and Numerals of the First and Third Declension

19.1 Contract and Liquid Verbs

20.1 Participles, Verbal Adjectives

21.1 Infinitives (Verbal Nouns)

22.1 (part 1) Additional Pronouns

23.1 The Subjunctive Mood

24.1 The Imperative and Optative Moods

25.1 Conjunction of mi Verbs

26.1 Reading your Greek New Testament, Review for the Final Exam

 

 

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