FlashGreekPRO Greek Flashcards

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About this app

The Evolution of the Flashcard !

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:
- image/mnemonics
- 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:
- S. M. Baugh, A New Testament Greek Primer (2009)
- David Alan Black, Learn to Read New Testament Greek (2009)
- Constantine Campbell, Reading Biblical Greek (2017)
- N. Clayton Croy, Biblical Greek Primer (1999)
- 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)
- William Mounce, Basics of Biblical Greek (2009)
- Merkle and Plummer, Beginning with New Testament Greek (2019)
- Stanley Porter, Fundamentals of New Testament Greek (2010) [*not all Porter vocabulary have the multimedia elements)
- Gerald Stevens, New Testament Greek Primer (2010)
- Danny Zacharias, Biblical Greek Made Simple (2018)



*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.
Updated on
Mar 19, 2022

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4.2
56 reviews
A Google user
September 20, 2019
I love the app for the most part. Right now it is crashing with the newest update. My phone is a s9+ and can easily handle it, but it keeps crashing. Another thing is that the definitions don't always match the Bill Mounce book. For instance προς is given a definition of against when the book says it is with. That is a near opposite definition. Edit: I emailed the developer and within a day he fixed the crashes. I am very impressed by his response.
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A Google user
February 27, 2020
Not being able to flip through a set of cards is a huge flaw. each set is like a quiz and you can't go backwards if you wanted to review one you passed. Also, you can't review the source list only one word at a time. In my app when I switched on read out loud automatically, it kept getting mixed up. The new cards that displayed in Greek would have the English "answer" read out loud instead of the Greek. Quizlet it more efficient if you have a shared set. 2 stars for having pre-populated lists.
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Rudy Fisher
August 10, 2020
Has a ton of vocab from different textbooks and, I think, good audio - though I'm new to koine Greek so take that with a grain of salt. The audio sounds human; I doubt if it's a computer. So that's a big selling point for me. I wish there was a way to view the cards as a list, and a way to replay the Greek pronunciation audio after flipping the card. Sometimes the pictures don't seem related. Honestly, it's worth it, to me, just for the audio since I'm teaching myself.
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Danny Zacharias
October 23, 2020
Thanks for the review Rudy!

What's new

- bug fixes
- fixed issue with Kostenberger, Merkle, and Plummer chapters