Self-Assessment Modules 14–22

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Rate yourself on a scale of 1 to 10, where 10 represents mastery and 1 its opposite. Answer each of the below thoughtfully. For any score less than a 7, review the material.

MEMORY

  1. Have I memorized all of the high frequency vocabulary?
  2. Have I memorized all of the endings for noun ending sets 1–10?
  3. Have I memorized the verb endings for μι-verbs and for ω-verbs?
  4. Have I memorized the verb forms for εἰμί and οἶδα?
  5. Have I memorized the personal pronouns?
  6. Have I memorized the common adjectives and pronouns?

APPLICATION AND CONCEPTS

  1. Can I define the eight parts of speech and pick out the function of each in sentences in English and in Greek?
  2. Can I define a prepositional phrase and pick them out in sentences in English and in Greek?
  3. Do I understand how endings create meaning?
  4. Can I apply the Case and Function Chart when reading and translating?
  5. Can I define and explain the following verb qualities: person, number, tense-aspect, mood, and voice?
  6. Can I define and explain transitive and intransitive verbs?
  7. Can I define an infinitive and explain how it functions as a dynamic complement?
  8. Can I define and explain noun and adjective agreement?
  9. Do I understand how word order creates meaning in attributive and predicate position?
  10. Do I understand how word order is important but not decisive in the way that noun, pronoun, and verb endings are decisive?

READING AND TRANSLATING

  1. Do I read the sentences in Greek one or more times before I start to translate?
  2. As I translate, am I able to identify endings and vocabulary with ease?
  3. Do I have a sense for how a sentence develops meaning from beginning to end?
  4. Do I check my translations with the answers?
  5. Do I read through the Greek sentences two or more times after I have an accurate understanding of each sentence’s meaning?
  6. Can I parse each word in a sentence?

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