Many helpful resources exist for students and ministry workers who desire to learn, maintain, or deepen a knowledge of biblical Greek. This page contains some material I have created as well as resources I have found particularly helpful.
My imperative handout as a pdf: Imperative. Russian version: Императив на русском
The handout I give at the end of Elementary Greek: Resources to keep and develop Greek
Internet resources for Biblical Greek grammar:
https://www.billmounce.com/ Bill Mounce’s website that is especially helpful for those (like me) who teach using Mounce’s Basics of Biblical Greek.
http://newtestamentgreekportal.blogspot.com/p/greek-grammars.html David Alan Black lists resources he has compiled through his many years of teaching biblical Greek.
http://www.biblicalgreek.org/grammar/ This site provides links to explanatory grammatical pages and grammatical charts within the web site as well as links to other resources.
http://www.ntdiscourse.org/ This is Steve Runge’s blog, which focuses on Discourse Analysis.
http://www.textkit.com/greek_grammar.php. This website has free pdf documents that cover both Ancient and Koine Greek texts and grammars.
https://bhacademic.bhpublishinggroup.com/beginninggreek. This link brings you to the page that advertises the book Beginning with New Testament Greek by Merkle and Plummer. You can find a very helpful and free Graded Reader in the section titled “Ancillary Resources for Students and Teachers.”
Greek New Testament:
The Society for Biblical Literature’s GNT can be downloaded for free at: http://sblgnt.com/
The 28th Nestle Aland Greek New Testament is available on the Germans Bible Society’s website: http://www.academic-bible.com/en/online-bibles/novum-testamentum-graece-na-28/read-the-bible-text/