- fruit and bread
- words of a law
- a crowd of angels
- an apostle is a man
- apostles are men
- Moses is a man
- Is Mark an apostle?
Did that last sentence fool you? Remember the semicolon is the Greek punctuation for a question mark.
Don't put "the" in any of these sentences. You haven't learned the word for it.
Go back to Lesson 2 or advance to Lesson 3.
- the brother of the messenger sees the apostles
- you know the marriage of the slave
- men destroy the throne with stones
- we find bread and wine in the house
- I have a son
- I speak words to the crowds and you throw stones in the river
- we receive laws of the apostles
- the son stops time and the crowd stops the marriage
- we send bread, fruit, and wine to the slaves
- the crowds flee and the friends of the messenger lead the slaves to the place of the throne.
the apostles write a book to the priest
you find the garment in the boat