Biblical Greek...
Basics of Biblical Greek...

Yes! A way for visual learners to learn how to read and enjoy the Bible in Greek!

Also, be sure to visit this site: BibleGT.org

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Devour these cartoons—and you will be equipped to read
4 out of 5 words in the Greek New Testament!

(110,425 out of the 138,162 total words in the book!)

Download

Click here to select and download...
Part 1, for Bill Mounce's Basics of Biblical Greek (BBG) Chapters 1-10
Part 2, for BBG Chapters 11-20
Part 3, for BBG Chapters 21-35
Part 4, Visual Dictionary (All 300+ Cartoons, in Alphabetical Order)


Also, be sure to install Adobe Reader if you have not already done so,
so you can read these documents.


Introducing Visual Greek...

featuring...

#1 Lively cartoons for the 320 words that occur 50 or more
times in the Greek New Testament



plus

#2 The Visual Greek Color System for Greek Text—it's like sentence diagramming
yet much simpler, more compact, and a lot more fun!




plus

#3 Nerd and Company, a four-part cartoon, so much fun that you'll likely never forget it!
It delivers the noun, adjective, and pronoun endings; the definite article;
the personal pronouns, and the relative pronouns (this is one amazing cartoon)


plus

#4 Sam and Pam, a four-part cartoon with "secret decoder ring" for reading Greek verbs—
making the “scary and intimidating” no longer scary or intimidating








Download
Click here to select and download...
Part 1, for Bill Mounce's Basics of Biblical Greek (BBG) Chapters 1-10
Part 2, for BBG Chapters 11-20
Part 3, for BBG Chapters 21-35
Part 4, Visual Dictionary (All 300+ Cartoons, in Alphabetical Order)

Also, be sure to install Adobe Reader if you have not already done so,
so you can read these documents.

Frequently Asked Questions
that people ask when downloading the Visual Greek System for the first time

How do I view or download the document?
To view online: click using the left-mouse button.
To download, so you have a copy of the file on your computer, ready to use even when not connected to the Internet: click using the right-mouse button, select "save target as..", and then indicate where you want to save the file.

Problem: I cannot open the visualgreek.pdf file.

Solution: Download and install a free copy of Adobe Reader; begin by clicking here.
Problem: I can open the visualgreek.pdf file, yet the Greek font does not seem to be working. What should I do?
Solution: We've found this problem come up from time to time, with older version of Adobe Reader (also known as Adobe Acrobat Reader). Download and install a free copy of Adobe Reader; begin by clicking here.

Problem: I can open the visualgreek.pdf file, yet the text size is too small or too large for me to read. What should I do?
Solution: The font size of the printed version is 12 point. The on-screen version size is adjustable, by using the zoom buttons on the toolbar, within Adobe Acrobat. Look for this button, click on the + sign to make the text larger:

If you don't see the zoom buttons, try the “View / Zoom to…” instead. Both ways get the job done just fine.Other problems? If you encounter any problems, please write to "peter at coad dot com" for assistance.

About the Author

Peter Coad is the author of Visual Greek. You can read more about him at petercoad.com.

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