Flashcards for the following text books, top 1000 words, and more!
A Grammar for Biblical Hebrew - C.L. Seow
A Practical Grammar for Classical Hebrew - Jacob Weingreen
An Introduction to Biblical Hebrew - Thomas O. Lambdin
Basics of Biblical Hebrew - Pratico and Van Pelt
Beginning Biblical Hebrew - Mark D. Futado
Biblical Hebrew: An Introductory Grammar - Page H. Kelley
Introducing Biblical Hebrew - Allen P. Ross
The First Hebrew Primer - Simon, Motzkin, Resnikoff
Invitation to Biblical Hebrew - Fuller, Choi
The Biblical Hebrew Vocabulary App is designed to help students study and review the 1000 most frequent words in the Hebrew Bible, as well as lessons from the most popular Hebrew textbooks.
The top 1000 words are divided into sets of 25 which can be mixed and matched to create a single list. Once a list is created, students click through the words individually, reveal the English translation, and move to the next word. If they incorrectly identify the Hebrew word, students can choose to send the word to a sub-list for further review.
Also included are flash cards for learning the alphabet and pronunciation of the vowels.
The Biblical Hebrew Vocabulary app was designed by Geri Clements, a Biblical Hebrew Instructor at Brigham Young University and a M.S. student in Instructional Psychology & Technology, as a way for her students to always have their vocabulary lists with them no matter where they go. Waiting in lines and waiting for friends can now be leveraged into Biblical Hebrew study time! Just think of the possibilities...
I love the straightforward flash card format of this app but if you add more than a few cards to the review feature the app actually matches incorrect words on the cards. I worked with this app for two semesters.I tried deleting and reinstalling. I tried not adding so many cards to the review stack. I really tried to make this relationship work but I finally deleted it for good. Again, I really like this app but I won’t be using it as long as it has this bug. I did try communicating with the developer but received no response.
Jan 20, 2021
Not every word/phrase has nekudot (vowel indicators) which makes sounding the words/phrases out rather difficult unless you are fluent. If you are fluent than you don’t need the app. Make sense? Dot waste your money...
Feb 21, 2021