I want to attempt hosting/leading a grammatical analysis reading group using Emma Pavey’s book, The structure of language: An introduction to grammatical analysis.
Category Archive: Linguistics
Is this the best blog post for introducing people to aspect?
I’m not sure, but I hope that it will be helpful, nonetheless.
First, you are probably wondering: what in the world is a distributive plural? And we will get to answering that, but first we need to talk about death. It is Halloween, after all.
Creatively engaging students in language learning can be an ongoing challenge for those who teach Greek. The more […]
In Septuagint studies, we are keenly interested in linguistic description. For a text that is probably the largest […]
This piece was originally published in 2017. I decided to republish it after expanding its discussion. There’s a […]
The University of Ghent is hosting a conference on subordination and insubordination in Post-Classical Greek in the spring […]
We try to stay on top of recent publications in Ancient Greek linguistics and share them with our readers on a semi-regular basis. The books below represent some that stood out to us. If there are others from late 2020 and early 2021 that we’ve missed, drop a note in the comments.
Friend of Koine-Greek.com, contributor to the Evangelical Textual Criticism Blog, and Vice Principal at Tyndale House in Cambridge, […]
Over the past 18 months, I have dedicated a number of essays here to discussing the work that […]