This set contains 1,000 flashcards, plus one instruction card in one convenient storage box. The cards are numbered for easy assignment, and they are keyed to William Mounce's Basics of Biblical Greek. Cards 1-320 are based on the order they appear in the textbook. Cards 321-1000 are ordered according to frequency of occurrence and the frequency numbers are given on each card. For verbs, each card provides principal parts. These flashcards are a great tool for learning biblical Greek.
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If you are taking Biblical Greek, then these cards are a must have. One thing that helps is to hole punch the cards and put the ones you are trying to learn on a key chain.
The Cards are thick, high quality and do the job. The price is also right. Can't go wrong here
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Great Produce, Great Price
Date:February 28, 2011
These vocabulary cards are phenomenal. They are keyed to Mounce's BBG, which I would say is a must have for Greek Grammar, I would not use another Grammar. The cards are an exceptional value, having roughly 1000 cards for all of the words occurring 10x or more in the GNT. There is no reason to make your own cards when you can buy them done for such a good price, and in great quality. They are very portable and have large easy to read font. These have rapidly sped up my vocab learning. You will not regret getting these vocabulary flash cards!
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Review 3 for Basics of Biblical Greek Vocabulary Cards
Date:May 6, 2009
I've really enjoyed using these flash cards. I can take a hundred or so and put them in my pocket and pull them out for some quick revision wherever I have an idle moment; waiting to collect my daughter from school, standing in line at the bank etc. The principal parts at the bottom of the verb cards are great. A great tool for learning NT Greek.