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New Testament Greek Syntax Laminated Sheet (Zondervan Get an A! Study Guides) [Paperback]

Wallace Daniel B
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  • Paperback: 6 pages
  • Publisher: Zondervan; Lslf Blg edition (6 Nov 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0310292085
  • ISBN-13: 978-0310292081
  • Product Dimensions: 28.7 x 20.1 x 0.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Virtually useless 23 Dec 2010
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I only give this one star because zero is not an option.

I expected a concise summary of Greek syntax WITH EXAMPLES IN GREEK. This is unfortunately not the case and apart from the lists of prepositions and conjunctions THERE IS HARDLY ANY GREEK ON THIS AT ALL! (I apologise for the capitals in this review, but underlining is not an option.)

If you are going to be examined on the grammatical structures that Daniel B Wallace lists - as grammatical structures - this MIGHT help you. (But what institution would test you on this?!) An example of such a test question would be:
"List the eighteen types of Genitive Case." Your answer would presumably start with:
1. Descriptive
2. Possessive
3. Genitive of Relationship
4. Partitive
5. Attributive
6. Attributed
etc. etc.
All of this (and the other 12 types) is listed on the card WITHOUT A WORD OF GREEK BEING GIVEN!

If you are learning ACTUAL New Testament Greek or preparing for a test or exam in it, this card will be of VIRTUALLY NO USE AT ALL.

It MAY be that the apparently similar card, "Biblical Greek" By William D Munce, would be helpful - I haven't yet bought it, but from the image on Amazon it does look as though it lists ACTUAL GREEK WORDS. I would be looking for tables of the different sorts of Greek verbs, conjugated, the adjectives with their endings, the articles, relative pronouns, etc WITH THE GREEK PRINTED ON THE CARD.
Additional comment, 31/1/11: I now have William D Mounce's card, which does indeed consist principally of ACTUAL GREEK WORDS! See my review of it here on Amazon.co.uk
PS I have a Ph.D. in Linguistics and have prepared students for public examinations in foreign languages at various levels for decades. I do not believe that the item reviewed here would have helped anyone preparing for such examinations, at all, in spite of the title ("Get an A!")
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5.0 out of 5 stars good help 14 Feb 2014
By Mateusz
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I recomand this to all Greek students! It's useful and handy! So much information covered in so little space! It helps me during transations! Great product!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Buy two! 6 Oct 2009
By J. E. Komoszewski - Published on Amazon.com
Few people would have bet that Wallace's Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics: An Exegetical Syntax of the New Testament could have been summarized in six pages, but New Testament Greek Syntax Laminated Sheet (NTGSLS) does just that. This handsomely produced tool is part of Zondervan's "Get an A! Study Guides" series. Zondervan has done a remarkable job with this series, covering everything from church history to Hebrew paradigms. What makes NTGSLS different are two things: first, as far as I know, Greek syntax has never before been summarized on a laminated sheet (and in six pages no less!); second, the price is $6.99--the same price as other laminated sheets in the series that span just four pages.

And no, the font size is not 3 points. The whole thing is quite readable, using large headings for the various categories of syntax and multiple colors so that you can instantly navigate your way through the material. NTGSLS is also innovative in its layout: the six pages are really a single tri-fold, with the third section being slightly smaller than the first two. Three holes on the inside margins of the first two sections anchor the whole sheet to a notebook, and the third section folds out from the second.

Wallace has summarized his grammar twice before--the first time in about forty pages in "Syntax Summaries" at the back of his Exegetical Syntax; the second, in the abridgment of that 850-page grammar, The Basics of New Testament Syntax. But here, the purpose is a bit different. NTGSLS defines virtually every syntactical category that is found in the abridged grammar, as well as a few others that are only found in Exegetical Syntax. As such, it is designed to jog your memory of categories that are discussed at length (often with extended exegetical insights) in the large grammar. But once you get the gist of either The Basics or Exegetical Syntax, using NTGSLS is a great way to work through A Workbook for New Testament Syntax, co-authored by Wallace and Grant Edwards. [See my Amazon review of the Workbook.]

I'm amazed at how much this tool reinforces things learned and keeps confusing categories of usage in the frontal lobe. Seeing them all at a glance brings order out of chaos. Further, the creative and pedagogically helpful layout makes finding any usage very easy. There are four charts in the laminated sheet, all of which help to remind you of the various uses: flow chart on the article, spatial functions of prepositions, periphrastic participles, and structure of conditional sentences.

Another useful feature is the use of bold titles vs. regular type titles for various syntactical uses. The bold titles are used for the more common usages, while the non-bold titles are for the less common but important usages. So, for example, the genitive case has eleven bold titles and seven non-bold titles. You can instantly see which usages are more and less common. Not all the genitive uses are found in the laminated sheet, but the major (and several minor) uses are. Working through the Workbook with the laminated sheet at your side will make wrestling with syntax far more convenient--and even fun!

I enthusiastically recommend NTGSLS to anyone who is learning Greek syntax from one of Wallace's grammars, working through the Workbook, or who simply wants to brush up on his or her Greek. In fact, you might think about buying two copies so that you can always have one with you!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Unthinkable and A Great Companion! 9 Oct 2009
By Rex Howe - Published on Amazon.com
Who would of thought that it would be possible to condense Wallace's Grammar to a Zondervan Get an A! Study Guide?!? This new resource serves as a helpful companion to ExSyn, and it is "just the thing" the student needs for quick and easy reference as well as a tool for memorizing grammatical categories. The Study Guide is user friendly and sufficient for those days when you need something for reference but don't want to carry the Grammar.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A must-have for any serious Greek student 12 Oct 2009
By Jonathan Reck - Published on Amazon.com
This is a much needed tool for review of Greek syntax. I found the material presented in a neat, clean, and organized manner. In the past, I've found other linguistic study tools to seem burdensome, being difficult to navigate through and even becoming a handicap to the study process. This tool is far different. It's easy on the eyes, yet it's thorough and covers material that is of highest priority to the Greek student. As a student, I know this will save valuable time and will serve as an effective tool in cultivating a disciplined study of Biblical Greek. This is a gem and a must-have for any serious Greek student.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great quick reference for exegesis! 8 Oct 2009
By John - Published on Amazon.com
As a New Testament Student who has spent hours thumbing through Wallace's Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics, a condensed form for quick reference is a no-brainer. While Wallace's book does a great job of organizing the material, here finally is a more accessible supplement that makes hunting down that important use of the genitive or remembering the function of a conditional sentence a breeze. This study guide hits on the major points concerning Greek Syntax and is a great aid for the student breaking new ground into his or her study of the New testament.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars great handy tool 8 Oct 2009
By SKW - Published on Amazon.com
This concise laminated syntax sheet covers the essential ideas of biblical Greek syntax. Not only it is a great companion with the book Greek Grammar beyond the Basics, but also it is a handy tool for quick review and small group discussion. The file size design, the punched holes and the orderly folding allow the laminated sheet to go into ring folder easily with class note. It is a great tool for students of biblical Greek.
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