Take your first Biblical Greek Lesson - Free!

When is this lesson?

  • Pacific/Auckland: Nov 20 - 08:00
  • Australia/Sydney: Nov 20 - 06:00
  • America/New York: Nov 19 - 14:00
  • America/Los Angeles: Nov 19 - 11:00
  • Europe/London: Nov 19 - 19:00

What do I get?

When you sign up you’ll get:

  • An invitation to join us for our first lesson of Beginning Greek
  • An email reminder an hour before the call starts
  • An opportunity to join the Mastery Membership (if you want to continue the rest of the course)

Questions and Answers

No. Join us for this our first call free of charge! You only need to pay if you want to keep going.

Certainly. This first lesson is part of the Mastery Membership, the Master New Testament Greek Membership designed to take you from where you are right now all the way to exegetical reading – reading the Greek New Testament without dependency on tools. 

When you join this first call, you’ll have the opportunity to join the Membership, and thereby join us for the entirety of the course, and beyond. 

Yes, you can take the first lesson free, but the full course is part of the Mastery Membership. The price for the full Membership is $39 per month, and for that flat monthly fee you get:

  • Access to the full Beginning Greek Course
  • A carefully crafted mastery system to lead you to full fluency
  • Complete NT vocabulary and instructions for learning vocabulary
  • Regular Greek readings you can read fluently
  • Regular 5-10 minute videos reviewing grammar in the reading
  • Access to Intermediate Greek Courses
  • Opportunities to join courses via online calls
  • Monthly reading calls of Greek texts
  • Access to a community of others on the same path
  • Access to 1:1 calls with me when you need them

If you can’t make the call time, I will make a replay available for a couple of days afterwards. During the full course, I make the replay available until the next call takes place. 

In this first call, I spend time explaining:

  • How learning Biblical Greek will help you
  • What you’ll be able to do at the end of the course
  • What you’ll need
  • What you need to do each week before our calls
  • What to expect along the way
  • How to navigate the membership site
In addition, I’ll also talk more about the other benefits of the membership and how you’ll benefit from other features in the membership.

Set aside 90 minutes for this first call. But most of our calls will be done in about an hour.

Master New Testament Greek makes mastery of Greek possible!

This program is wonderful. Darryl has made this easy to use for beginners or those who are familiar with NT Greek but just want to refresh. I highly recommend this for anyone. Darryl has personal contact with the students and really has a burden for bringing Greek to everyone
Jacob Smith
United States

3 Steps to Prepare for Beginning Greek

It takes a little hard work, but by setting the right expectations and putting aside time regularly, you can be done with beginning Greek in less than 7 months.

1. Plan your time

Ready? Here is how you can prepare yourself.

    • Plan to spend 1-2 hours per week working through the content
      • I recommend you take 20-30 minutes 5 days a week
      • Time required will vary based on how quickly you pick up the language, so this is a guide based on keeping up with the group (of course you can go a little slower if you want)
    • Once you’re through the beginning Greek stage (est. ~32 weeks), you will be able to reduce the daily learning load to just reading the text, and a 5-10 minute video each week.

2. Plan your habits

Let’s break down what you will need to work on each day.

  • Expect to spend time during each day reviewing vocabulary
    • Total 10-15 minutes per day in small blocks (2-5 mins at a time) throughout your day
    • You can use your phone or tablet for this
    • Take note of times during the day when you use Facebook, Twitter, or other social media or browse the web. These are ideal times to review vocabulary!
    • I recommend Flashcards Deluxe for a variety of reasons that I’ll explain in the getting started phase
    • When I say each day, I really mean each day. To learn Greek requires a habit or routine you do. Don’t worry if you’re concerned you might miss occasional days, the point is to develop a daily habit that will take you all the way to mastery.
    • The amount of time you spend reviewing words will slowly increase as you add new words to your vocabulary. The reward of this extra time is increasing fluency.

3. Purchase what you'll need

You’ll need some tools and resources to do this course. I recommend you order these now.

Basics of Biblical Greek - Grammar

Bill Mounce's, popular and widely used Basics of Biblical Greek is the Grammar that will explain the language. In addition to having the grammar for a reference, you'll also get the videos from me.

Basics of Biblical Greek - Workbook

This is the workbook that you will be working in. This workbook provides you with verses to translate and additional exercises. Once you've completed the work, join our weekly call to see how you did.

Flashcards Deluxe

This will be the app you use through ALL of Master New Testament Greek for for vocab. It is light and efficient and will scale to easily handle all of the vocabulary of the Greek New Testament and more.

ParseGreek

By spending 5-10 minutes every day in this app, you'll rapidly speed up your understanding of the language and learn to parse verbs and decline nouns. This app is will help you in a big way!

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