The reasons for a study of this type are many, but three simple reasons will be given here.
First, the Bible claims to be the inspired word of God (II Tim. 3:16). This expression means that
the Scriptures claim to be “God breathed”, and the Bible often makes this claim for even the
words of the text (II Sam. 23:2 “The Spirit of the LORD spake by me, and his word was in English Grammar en pdf my tongue.”). Inspired writers often use the grammar of the Scriptures to make doctrinal English Grammar en pdf arguments.
Our Lord appealed to the tense of a verb to prove the resurrection, pointing out that God says “I
am” Abraham’s God as opposed to “I was” (Matt. 22:32). Paul makes a doctrinal point
concerning the promise of the Messiah by pointing to the number of the noun “seed” as being
singular and not plural (Gal. 3:16). This implies that a better understanding of grammar would
allow a better understanding of the Bible. Second, the Bible was originally written in languages other than English. To properly learn
these languages, one must first be a master of the native tongue. When studying Greek, one will
often be asked to translate sentences in and out of English. Without a functional knowledge of
English, many fail in these exercises. Furthermore, in order to discern whether or not the
original language has been correctly translated by the multitudes of available versions, one must
understand the usage and senses of English grammar in addition to simple definitions. Is the
future perfect verb “shall have been bound” a better rendering than the simple future “shall be
bound” in Matt. 16:19? Who can say without first knowing the difference in the two verb tenses!
In any language, the rules of grammar mean as much or more to a sentence than the definitions
of the individual words. English Grammar en pdf I hope that this text will be a resource and a launching pad for an improvement of your grammar. However, this text is by no means English Grammar en pdf a comprehensive grammar book, as this book
assumes a working knowledge of English. For that matter, even an exhaustive grammar book is insufficient for complete mastery of the English language. The following resources would be an aide in your continuing growth in the English tongue