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Students of biblical Greek will learn all New Testament Greek vocabulary words that occur 10 times or more in the New Testament with this audiobook. Jonathan Pennington speaks all New Testament Greek words in descending order of frequency. After each citation is an opportunity for the user to give the gloss meaning of the word; then Pennington gives the gloss, confirming whether or not the user had it correctly.
Click here to download the vocabulary booklet.
©2001 Jonathan T. Pennington; (P)2001 The Zondervan Corporation

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Helpful but tedious

This audio book is most effective for learning to pronounce Greek words according to the North American standard. Pennington is very careful in his pronunciations.

However, even thirty minutes of listening to vocabulary can be taxing on the brain, but it beats trying to read flash cards while driving!

Be sure to download the companion booklet for the spelling of these words.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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If you were taught Erasmian pronunciation as I was, this is very difficult to use. I cannot determine what the spelling is from the phonetic sound used and so have to think of all the possibilities on the fly. Not a good solution for listening while driving.

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great study tool

I'm learning biblical Greek, so this helped. It's just a guy reading words in Greek and then saying the English word. Nothing more.