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Create Your Preferred Greek/English Interlinear
Did you know you can create your own preferred Greek/English Interlinear for free on ESV.org?
To start reading, navigate to any New Testament passage, open the Library tab, and then click on the cover image for The Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge.
From the drop down menu, select either the Original Language Interlinear (to display the Greek text in it's original order) or the English Reverse Interlinear (to display the Greek text in the order of the English text). You can also choose to display additional contextual and lexical information related to the Greek text in the Settings menu, accessible via the wrench icon at the top of the pane. There you can choose whether or not to display Transliterated Contextual Form, Lexical Form, Transliterated Lexical Form, Strong's Number, and/or Parsing Code in the main Bible reading pane.
Customize your own Greek/English interlinear at ESV.org today!
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