BibleWorks 10 part IV

I remember when I studied New Testament Greek in college and how useful the flashcards were for students. I still have the picture in my mind of classmates reading the Basics of Biblical Greek Vocabulary Cards, by Williams D. Mounce, in the corridors before quizzes and exams. Flashcards are useful, but they miss a very important element: pronunciation. BibleWorks 10 solves this problem with the Vocabulary Flashcard Module this software provides. I wish I had BibleWorks when I went to college.

The Vocabulary Flashcard Module is easy to access and very easy to use. The tab is located on the top of the screen. When users open the Vocabulary Flashcard Module, there is a small and expandable window that will pop up. The words this module contains are sort by frequency, which means that the most repeated words in the New Testament are on the top of the list. You may prefer sorting the words by alphabetical order, which can be easily done. Frequency is still shown together with the word.

Once in the Vocabulary Flashcard Module, you may want to use the arrows to move from one word to the next one. The first time you click the arrow you will listen to the pronunciation. The second click shows the definition for that word. But, how this module can help you as a student of Greek? Well, the Vocabulary Flashcard Module contains a box with a check mark and second box with an X symbol. The check mark is for users to mark those words that have already been learned. The X symbol is for unlearned words or those words you failed. This feature can save you time, money, and some space in your office. Also, you do not need to deal with lost or damaged cards. But above all, you will be able to learn pronunciation. You can even record your pronunciation and save it as a file.

If you are a current or future student of New Testament Greek and you want to take a step forward in you learning process, then you need this software.



More reviews of BibleWorks 10: Part IPart IIPart III

I received this software for free from the editors in exchange for an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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