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Course Description

Academic Year 2019-2020 • Grade 8 and above • Greek Sequence

For reference only; see current year course listing for course availability and details.

Greek II

This course continues with Units 11-20 of the Hansen and Quinn introductory textbook. By the time they have finished, students should have mastery of a core vocabulary, all significant inflectional forms, and the main syntax of Greek, and be prepared to tackle Attic Greek readings. In the past, students completing only Greek II have tested into upper-division Greek courses in college. The New Testament should also be fairly easy to read at this point.

Sections and Teachers

Instructor: Sarah Esposito

Section dates, meeting times, and tuition are still being determined. Click on instructor name to contact instructor and suggest your course schedule preferences.


Greek I through this program, or some other program offering Hansen and Quinn units 1-10. Due to the order of presentation of materials, no other preparation will really be adequate.

Recommended background

Greek I or another program covering Hansen and Quinn Units 1-10 is a prerequisite for this course.

Teacher's notes:

This course will be offered if it receives sufficient enrollment. In the case of insufficient enrollment, this course will be offered as a tutorial conducted over e-mail, with no regularly scheduled live chats.

Textbooks and Materials

This item is required:

Greek: An Intensive Course [Edition or Version: 2], Authors: Hardy Hansen, Gerald M. Quinn

ISBN: 0823216632

Best sources: Scholars Online Bookstore

Other information: Second revised edition. Hardcover version may be substituted. The student probably already has this from Greek I.

This item is recommended but not required and its use is optional:

Greek New Testament: With English Introduction including Greek/English dictionary [Edition or Version: 4], Authors: Kurt Aland (Editor)

ISBN: 3438051133

Best sources: Scholars Online Bookstore

Other information: Optional though recommended: regular reading in the Greek New Testament is an excellent way to bolster one's Greek and to achieve a better mastery of Scripture.

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