Greek Vocabulary

I find it rather disastrous to fall behind in vocabulary.

–David Black

I know this from experience! Print out flashcards right away. If you have a paper cutter that works great. If not, use a scissors and do them one chapter at a time. Over time divide them into piles. One for those you know well, one for new ones that you’re still learning and one for those that are in between. I just used the book but you can’t separate those that you know well from those you need to go over more often. And memorizing them in the same order all the time doesn’t help either.

There are many software options out there too. I’m one who would rather use technology and the computer than old fashioned stuff but for vocabulary, plain old paper flashcards seem to work the best for me.

Just do it.

2 Responses to “Greek Vocabulary”

  1. 1 Gary Simmons

    Yep. For Hebrew, I always took large index cards and cut them into four, then put four on each part. Only takes a sixteenth the paper of already-made vocab cards. Very helpful.

    You’ve just gotta keep up the vocab! Especially with Greek.

  2. 2 Scripture Zealot

    I have to keep up with conjugations and stuff too which I often neglect. I’m not lazy, I just forget because of all the other stuff.

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