In order to learn a second language, sometimes you have to know some immediate application. James Found’s Basic Greek In 30 Minutes A Day does just that. I was able to recognize some fundamental second language acquisition technics that really make what you’re learning meaningful. Meaningfulness is certainly a key factor in most language learning courses. Most times, we get bored with rote and repetitive exercises that seem to show no immediate gains when applying it to everyday contexts. James Found manages to bridge that gap and provides some helpful (and fairly quick) reading and writing exercises that any basic learner begs for. Of course, nothing beats learning from an everyday pastor or professor who is knowledgeable in Greek. But, if you can’t afford a learning pack from Bill Mounce, but still want to get your feet wet in the basics, and in way that is fun and easy to follow, this book may be a good choice for you. Oh, and don’t buy a used one. This is a workbook. It would be no fun to see someone else answers.
-Until we go home