The smarter way to learn vocab. This allows you to test yourself on items at set intervals which increase the more times that record that know it correctly. Just tap on the spaced repetition button and it will tell you the words you need to study next. For more information, check out: the Wikipedia article.
Vocab from several major Greek and Hebrew textbooks are available. Here are the textbooks that are available so far:
- Fuller, Russell T. and Kyoungwon Choi. Invitation to Biblical Hebrew. Grand Rapids: Kregel, 2006.
- Pratico, Gary D. and Miles V. Van Pelt. Basics of Biblical Hebrew. 2nd edition. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2007
- Ross, Allen P. Introducing Biblical Hebrew. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2001.
- Seow, Choon Leong. A Grammar for Biblical Hebrew. Nashville: Abingdon, 1987.
- Baugh, Steven M. A New Testament Greek Primer. 2nd edition. Phillipsburg: P & R Publishing, 2009.
- Decker, Rodney J. Reading Koine Greek: An Introduction and Integrated Workbook. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2014.
- Duff, Jeremy. Duff, The Elements of New Testament Greek. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005.
- Köstenberger, Andreas J., Benjamin L. Merkle, and Robert L. Plummer. Going Deeper with New Testament Greek: An Intermediate Study of the Grammar and Syntax of the New Testament. Nashville, Tennessee: B&H Academic, 2016.
- Mounce, William D. Basics of Biblical Greek. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1996.
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Use the power of spaced repetition to get better at reading whole verses in the Bible. If you've learned enough vocab in Spaced Repetition mode to cover whole verses, Reading Mode will introduce these verses to you, first with the parsing, dictionary form and glosses and thereafter you will need to read it just the original language. These verses will be shown to you at intervals which increase the more familiar you are with each verse.
Bible Vocab provides a simple and elegant user interface which gets you language learning immediately. With minimal effort, flashcards swipe left and right using multi-touch gestures. Flag words that you have difficulty with for later review. No complicated setup required, just load your vocabulary file and you are ready to start a flashcard slideshow.
Aesthetics are important. To go the distance looking at a slideshow app, you want it to look good. So Bible Vocab comes with an attractive background in several different colours. The Greek and Hebrew fonts look terrific.
You can choose between four Greek Testament texts: SBL, Westcott-Hort, Tischendorf and Byzantine and these were provided by SBL, morphgnt.org and laparola.net. The OT text is based on the Westminster Leningrad Codex, as provided by Open Scriptures. The Greek Lexicon is derived mainly from John Jeffrey Dodson (2010) and given to me by Dr. Ulrik Sandborg-Petersen and you can choose between his long and short English glosses. The Hebrew/Aramaic Lexicon is derived chiefly from the Brown-Driver-Briggs, as provided by Open Scriptures.
Bible Vocab is designed to use an external display when one is connected. This means that you can learn vocab through your TV or even display the slides in a classroom setting using a projector. (To do this, you will need the appropriate display connector)
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