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From the makers of PαrsεGrεεk — Multimedia Flashcards for learning New Testament Greek. Study by frequency, by root, by type of word, or in conjunction with today's top introductory grammars.
All words that occur 20x or more include the following:
- audio for both sides of the card (Erasmian pronunciation)
- a contextual example from the New Testament
Tailor quizzes to your needs, including as much or as little of the multimedia content as you want. Or sit back and study in slideshow mode, even while driving! Either way, you'll be acing those vocab tests in no time.
In addition, FlashGreek Pro has a principal parts mode where users can drill themselves on verb principal parts.
The following grammar textbooks are supported:
- William Mounce, Basics of Biblical Greek (2009)
- Constantine Campbell, Reading Biblical Greek (2017)
- N. Clayton Croy, Biblical Greek Primer (1999)
- David Alan Black, Learn to Read New Testament Greek (2009)
- Jeremy Duff, Elements of New Testament Greek (2005)
- James Hewett, New Testament Greek (2009)
- Köstenberger, Merkle, and Plummer, Going Deeper with New Testament Greek (2016)
- S. M. Baugh, A New Testament Greek Primer (2009)
- Gerald Stevens, New Testament Greek Primer (2010)
- Danny Zacharias, Biblical Greek Made Simple (2018)
- Stanley Porter, Fundamentals of New Testament Greek (2010) [*not all Porter vocabulary have the multimedia elements)
*Disclaimer 1* I am in no way associated with any of the publishers nor the authors of the grammars. This is not an official companion app for any of them - it is simply compatible with the intro grammars.
**Disclaimer 2** I have tried my best to be entirely accurate with the vocabulary lists according to chapters in the textbook. But mistakes do happen— my apologies if there are any. Please be responsible and check these flashcards against your textbook to ensure accuracy. If there are errors, please let us know and they will be fixed.
***Disclaimer 3*** The meanings in these flashcards derive from the awesome ©Accordance Bible Software, and sometimes particular authors view some word meanings slightly differently. In most cases the differences are minor and inconsequential - but again, be responsible and check them against your textbook.
- Version 2.0 is here, and it's a free upgrade!
- Refreshed user interface
- Updated to be compatible with Constantine Campbell's "Reading Biblical Greek"
- Updated to be compatible with Köstenberger, Merkle, and Plummer's "Going Deeper with New Testament Greek"
- Updated to be compatible with Zacharias's "Biblical Greek Made Simple"
- New features to further tailor your quiz, including the exclusion of words that have been answered correctly a set number of times
- slideshow mode can now be turned on loop, enabling you to study while on commute
- save your default setup choices to save time
Ratings and Reviews
Great app, but I have a request
This app is very versatile and most definitely worth the small charge for it. It not only allows you to customize your vocabulary lists a number of different ways but includes ways to remember the words that are helpful and intuitive.
I only have one suggestion at this point, but it’s a big one for me. As it is you can select vocabulary by books of the Bible right down to the chapter. This is a great feature but it only shows the vocabulary below 50 words. I use a readers edition of the Greek New Testament which includes definitions for words that occur less than 30 times. It would be awesome if we could customize to have all the words in a book or chapter that occur more than 30 times, between 30 to 50 times or even better to just be able to dictate what frequency were looking for within any given text.
Best Koine Greek app out there.
This is the most comprehensive Greek app out there. I purchased several apps before this one and one of the best features is how it sorts the information. It works with several popular Greek textbooks so I could follow along with the lessons in my Wallace textbook, it also sorts vocab by frequency used in the Bible so I could learn that way and even more astounding it sort by book of the Bible. So even now, two years outside of Greek class I use it to refresh before I translate.
For example, I choose all words with 50 or less frequency in 2Peter, Chapter 2 and review the flash cards before I translate. This app is amazing and helps me to continue to grow outside of the classroom. I cannot speak highly enough about it.
Developer Response ,
Thanks so much for your kind review Alaytha!
You will not be disappointed
I’m going into my second semester of Greek at Freed-Hardeman University and this app is amazing. It is great when you only have a few minutes and need to freshen up on your vocabulary. The words are used in Bible passages and there are word pictures to help you remember. I like that there is audio for correct pronunciation. I have physical vocabulary cards as well but I find myself using the app much more.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.