[B-Greek] Where do verb charts come from? + James Tauber's "Graded Reader"
cwconrad2 at mac.com
Mon Feb 11 12:38:35 EST 2008
On Feb 11, 2008, at 8:52 AM, Jonathan Robie wrote:
> Carl Conrad wrote:
>> While I really ought to make a separate post of this, I'll piggy
>> back on this topic, because I think it's really related. James
>> Tauber has a new blog item, a 9-minute Flash presentation of his
>> recent show at the Bible Tech:2008 conference. It's entitled "A New
>> Kind of Graded Reader," and can be accessed at
>> or http://tinyurl.com/yp8uyq
>> Those with high-speed connections will enjoy it far more than I
>> could with my dial-up connection from behind mountain walls too far
>> from any wireless tower.
> Hah! You have no idea how related this is.
> Last week, I took the Tauber's Greek New Testament in my own XML
> version, and did a query to list verbs by frequency, then verb forms
> by frequency within each verb, then all of the clauses of the Greek
> New Testament that illustrate each of these verb forms, on the
> theory that this might be a good way to organize material for
> teaching verb forms. It looks like James has beat me to the punch!
Jonathan, I think that Zack Hubert has all that information in the
concordance part of his website that is now called "Resurgence Greek
Project": -- but it's still at the same URL: http://zhubert.com/ --
if you click on a word you go to a page with a lemma and frequency
info as well as ready access to all the occurrences in the GNT. And of
course, all that was compiled from James Tauber's MorphGNT (http://jtauber.com/morphgnt/
Carl W. Conrad
Department of Classics, Washington University (Retired)
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