Lexicon entries provide linguistic information (principal parts of a verb, contextual usages, etc.). Lexicons also provide textual evidence for various meanings of a word.
For casual use, dictionaries provide quick and general translations.
After learning the basics of Greek grammar, reference grammars ease the process of reading new Greek texts. Consult a reference grammar whenever particular questions of syntax or stylistics arise.
Reference grammars also come in shorter, less exhaustive, forms. These help “brush up” or review concepts quickly.
Learning grammars teach the basics of Greek grammar, vocabulary, and paradigms. The grammar chosen for Elem NT Greek (REL 3605-3606) varies from year to year. Try the following for self-study.