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The Greek Participle: Determining its Use.

Today we take a look at the Greek participle. Dr. Crocker developed these tables to aid his students in determining the use of the Greek participle.  Dr. Crocker will frequently blog in this spot to aid students and those hoping to keep up with Greek after school. For more information about the Greek program at Southern California Seminary, click here.

Participle Flowchart

After parsing the participle, use the flowchart to determine its usage. For more help with translating participles see the “Translating Participles” article.
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After parsing the participle, use the flowchart to determine its usage. Be sure to determine the use before attempting to translate the participle. For help with translating participles see the “Translating Participles” article.
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[1] Figure 1 is adapted from Ray Summers, Essentials of New Testament Greek, rev. ed. (Nashville, Tennessee: Broadman and Holman Publishers, 1995), 99.

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