Item description for Basics Of Biblical Greek Vocabulary Cards (Zondervan Vocabulary Builder) by William D. Mounce...
Overview Basics of Biblical Greek Vocabulary Cards are keyed to Basics of Biblical Greek Grammar, have frequency numbers included, and contain principle parts of verbs. These cards are a convenient way for students to quiz themselves on new Greek words being learned. Want to find a card number for a particular Greek word? Click "Take a Closer Look" above. You'll find a listing of all the 1000 words in Greek alphabetical order. This list is not included in the Vocabulary Cards product. You'll want to print it out here as a study aid for yourself.
Publishers Description Features: * Keyed to William D. Mounce s Basics of Biblical Greek Grammar * Frequency numbers on every card * Principal parts given for verbs * Cards numbered for easy assignment * First 320 cards based on order of Basics of Biblical Greek Grammar * Cards 321 1,000 ordered according to frequency"
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 2" Width: 4" Height: 9.25" Weight: 1.75 lbs.
Release Date Nov 7, 2004
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
Series Zondervan Vocabulary Builder
ISBN 0310259878 ISBN13 9780310259879 UPC 025986259877
Availability 0 units.
More About William D. Mounce
William D. Mounce (PhD, Aberdeen University) is president of BiblicalTraining.org. He is a noted Greek scholar, author of the best-selling textbook Basics of Biblical Greek, and served as the New Testament Chair of the ESV translation team.
William D. Mounce currently resides in the state of California.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Basics Of Biblical Greek Vocabulary Cards?
A Must Have Feb 20, 2006
If you are using the Mounce textbook for Basic Greek, these cards are a must! They are in the order of the chapters of the book, and they have all the information you need to learn the vocabulary easily and quickly. I carry them around with me on a ring clasp, and they are great! I highly recommend them!
Very Helpful Sep 27, 2005
While these vocabulary cards are not an essential to learning Greek, it is a great help. With 1000 words, it beats having to write you own cards, and offers frequency of appearance of each word, along with the genitive case ending. They have been worth every cent.
Awesome Learning Tool Sep 14, 2005
These cards are amazing. They offer the word in greek (with the genetive and the article) and on the back of the card is the translation in English. Also, if you have the author's book "Basics of Biblical Greek" you may look up the page were that word is in the book. The cards are numbered, and there are more than 950 cards.
Great Vocabulary Tool Nov 25, 2004
I wish I had ignored the advice of my Greek professor and purchased these cards from the outset of my second year of Greek. These cards are great for vocabulary memorization and review. A great feature is the size of the cards (different and easier to handle than the Vis-Ed cards) and the inclusion of the principal parts on the verb cards. Buying a set of these would have saved me a lot of unnecessarily spent time creating my own cards (I have a wife and four kids and better things to do with my time). Fortunately, for the rest of the year I can do other things with the extra time I'll save.
Best NT Greek Vocab Cards Ever Nov 17, 2004
Keeping it simple: Buy these cards!
Zondervan's Greek vocabulary cards are dramatically superior to the VisEd cards. The printing is in a large easy to read font and the card size is just right. For those familiar with the VisEd vocab cards, these are about 1/4 of an inch higher and about 1/4 of an inch narrower. This makes the cards much easier to hold and flip through.
Mastering the vocabulary on these cards is absolutely essential to reading the Greek NT. One of the "lies" I was told in Seminary was that you only needed to learn those words used 50 times or more. If you follow that advice, you will need to carry a dictionary with you everywhere you take your Greek NT. The joy and usefulness of NT Greek depends on your memorising all the words used 10 or more times in the NT - and these cards from Zondervan make it easier than ever to do just that.