Various symbols are used throughout the grammar. Their meanings are described below.

EXAMPLE: This symbol points to an example either in Greek or English that helps to illustrate the feature being discussed. 
TIP: The coins symbol points to a tip that may help the user remember a particular feature. A memory aid, of sorts.
FLAGS: This symbol points to a tip related directly to the problems of translating from Greek to English. Often it suggests simply ways of working through a difficult passage.
BOBBIE'S HELMET: This symbol indicates rules that apply to a particular feature.
EXERCISE ICON: This identifies a vocal or practical exercise to do to asist in clarifying a matter.
CAUTION SIGN: This identifies an exception or a common misunderstanding.