ParseGreek

ParseGreek


ΠαrsεGrεεk is designed to help students of New Testament Greek by quizzing them on the parsing of verbs, nouns, adjectives, and pronouns. The app includes 8,700+ forms, all taken directly from the Greek New Testament. ΠαrsεGrεεk has numerous criteria to suit quizzes to the user's needs.

ΠαrsεGrεεk is designed to help both beginning students and advanced students. Advanced students can quiz themselves by frequency and other criteria. For beginning students, ΠαrsεGrεεk has been designed to be compatible with today's top intro grammars:

- William Mounce, Basics of Biblical Greek (2009)
- N. Clayton Croy, Biblical Greek Primer (1999)
- James Hewett, New Testament Greek (2009)
- David Alan Black, Learn to Read New Testament Greek (2009)
- Gerald Stevens, New Testament Greek Primer (2010)
- Jeremy Duff, Elements of New Testament Greek (2005)
- S. M. Baugh, A New Testament Greek Primer (2009)
- Danny Zacharias, New Testament Greek Stripped Down (2013)
- Stanley Porter, Fundamentals of New Testament Greek (2010)


"put away your flashcards and pick up Danny Zacharias' ParseGreek app today. You'll wonder like me, "How did I ever survive Greek without this?" " —Matthew D. Montonini (http://tinyurl.com/7998qh2)

Recent changes:
- font scaling
- minor database improvements
- UI improvements
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About ParseGreek
ΠαrsεGrεεk is designed to help students of New Testament Greek by quizzing them on the parsing of verbs, nouns, adjectives, and pronouns. The app includes 8,700+ forms, all taken directly from the Greek New Testament. ΠαrsεGrεεk has numerous criteria to suit quizzes to the user's needs.

ΠαrsεGrεεk is designed to help both beginning students and advanced students. Advanced students can quiz themselves by frequency and other criteria. For beginning students, ΠαrsεGrεεk has been designed to be compatible with today's top intro grammars:

- William Mounce, Basics of Biblical Greek (2009)
- N. Clayton Croy, Biblical Greek Primer (1999)
- James Hewett, New Testament Greek (2009)
- David Alan Black, Learn to Read New Testament Greek (2009)
- Gerald Stevens, New Testament Greek Primer (2010)
- Jeremy Duff, Elements of New Testament Greek (2005)
- S. M. Baugh, A New Testament Greek Primer (2009)
- Danny Zacharias, New Testament Greek Stripped Down (2013)
- Stanley Porter, Fundamentals of New Testament Greek (2010)


"put away your flashcards and pick up Danny Zacharias' ParseGreek app today. You'll wonder like me, "How did I ever survive Greek without this?" " —Matthew D. Montonini (http://tinyurl.com/7998qh2)

Recent changes:
- font scaling
- minor database improvements
- UI improvements

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A Google User
May 30, 2014
Very helpful! I find I am retaining more knowledge in a shorter period of time since using this app. It's great!
A Google User
May 12, 2014
Can't see chapter numbers Great app, but chapter numbers do not display correctly on Nexus 4. Please fix.
A Google User
Mar 29, 2014
Can't even see On Droid 4, you can't see half of the tenses or anything in the quiz. You also can't check your answers, because the check button is out of view. Great vocab use, but is no more helpful than the lite version
A Google User
Mar 20, 2014
Can't see chapter numbers Great app, but chapter numbers do not display correctly.
A Google User
Mar 5, 2014
Really helpful A really helpful little app. Parsegreek has helped me get faster and more accurate in recognising word forms, and the ability to drill based on specific chapters of my favourite textbook means that you can do really useful, tailored practice. I haven't seen anything comparable on any platform. It would be great to see a few improvements to the UI, especially an ability to set a default grammar and perhaps other settings, so that you can fire it up quickly and do a little practice at any time, rather than having to choose your grammar and chapters etc. every time.