Can you chant by memory through all of beginning Greek grammar in 75 seconds? Everyone in my Greek classes can do it in 90 seconds, but successfully chanting through Greek grammar in 75 seconds is difficult—even harrowing: alphabet, article, noun endings, indicative verb endings, general verb forms, participles, infinitives, imperatives, contract forms, and forms of eimi … all in 75 seconds or less! Anyone who survives this public ordeal receives a button displaying these words: I SURVIVED BERDING’S 75 SECOND GREEK CHALLENGE. This year seven students received the coveted buttons, and you can watch a montage of the famous 75 second Greek challenge to see it for yourself. Many thanks to Jorden Harber for the video. The successful students in order of appearance are: Jorden Harber, Jonathan Yu, Drew Botts, Masaki Ito, Josh Swigart, Alex Worthington, and Isaac Baumheckel.
 Note that these students learned these forms by singing. See Kenneth Berding's, Sing and Learn New Testament Greek (Zondervan).