This is the first of two Elementary Greek level courses (BL 501 and BL 502 or Greek 1 and 2), taught at AIU. The two Elementary Greek courses focus on forms and are in preparation for the Exegesis of Greek Narrative course (BL 601 or Greek 3) which focuses on function (syntax, shades) of verb tenses and exegesis of Greek narrative text. Similarly, the Elementary Greek courses prepare the student for Exegesis of Greek Epistolary Literature (BL 602 or Greek 4) which focuses on function (syntax, shades) of noun cases and the exegesis of Greek epistles. The two Elementary Greek courses also provide the opportunity for the student to start building his or her knowledge of Greek vocabulary. The two courses are divided into 28 lessons. The first fourteen lessons are covered in the first semester and the remaining 14 lessons are covered in the second semester.

This is the first of two Elementary Greek level courses (BL 501 and BL 502 or Greek 1 and 2), taught at AIU. The two Elementary Greek courses focus on forms and are in preparation for the Exegesis of Greek Narrative course (BL 601 or Greek 3) which focuses on function (syntax, shades) of verb tenses and exegesis of Greek narrative text. Similarly, the Elementary Greek courses prepare the student for Exegesis of Greek Epistolary Literature (BL 602 or Greek 4) which focuses on function (syntax, shades) of noun cases and the exegesis of Greek epistles. The two Elementary Greek courses also provide the opportunity for the student to start building his or her knowledge of Greek vocabulary. The two courses are divided into 28 lessons. The first fourteen lessons are covered in the first semester and the remaining 14 lessons are covered in the second semester.