From the makers of FlαshGrεεk — 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 9,500+ forms, all taken directly from the Greek New Testament. ΠαrsεGrεεk has numerous criteria to suit quizzes to the user's need.
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 (2019)
- David Alan Black, Learn to Read New Testament Greek (2009)
- S. M. Baugh, A New Testament Greek Primer (2012)
- Constantine Campbelll, Reading Biblical Greek(2017)
- N. Clayton Croy, Biblical Greek Primer (1999)
- Jeremy Duff, Elements of New Testament Greek (2005)
- James Hewett, New Testament Greek (2009)
- Merkle & Plummer, Beginning with New Testament Greek (2020)
- Stanley Porter, Fundamentals of New Testament Greek (2010)
- Gerald Stevens, New Testament Greek Primer (2010)
- Danny Zacharias, Biblical Greek Made Simple (2013)
"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
- compatibility with Merkle & Plummer's "Beginning with New Testament Greek" (2020)
- database fixes
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A must-have for anyone studying Koine
Last version was really valuable, but wasn’t ideal on an iPhone (more iPad centric) and I had a few suggestions. Holy Cow, they reworked the iPhone UI, and incorporated some of my suggestions. Super responsive development team. And oh my gosh the new version is really user friendly and intuitive. If you are studying Greek and parsing, this tool is invaluable. Flashcards typically treat lexical forms but some verbs are just unrecognizable in their various forms. This helps you make sure you’re solid without making thousands of flashcards covering every form. Nice job and great update!
Developer Response ,
Thanks for the review. I hope the latest update, version 2, addresses some of your concerns!
This is a great app. But it has a bug and this was the only way to share the bug. Hoping for an update soon.
The bug is that I can only get so far in a vocabulary set with the show lexical form selected in the settings. But when you try to select the lexical form there is sometimes no list to choose from...or there might be one or two words to choose from but the correct one doesn’t show up.....or the option to choose the lexical form appears but there is no list at all. Of course you can’t go on. I have to restart the app. But I will continue running into the same problem. I’ve tried the coo on vocabulary set or the Black set or the Mounce set, up but I will run into the same problem at some point. Some times its only 26 or 30 entries into the quiz at other times it’s longer. But it will always stop me dead at some point.
Developer Response ,
Thanks very much for this! Can you please email the support email (danzac —at—gmail. com) to give me some specific setup so that I can replicate the issue and get it fixed. Thanks!
This app is a very useful tool when used alongside one of the Greek grammar textbooks that it supports. Also when reading the Greek New Testament it really helps by testing your understanding of the text. Flash cards are useful but this app is in a class by itself. I have many of the textbooks that it supports and I am amazed at how well it complements all of them. This app is great for reviewing or refreshing your knowledge of the Koine Greek. The approach to parsing this app takes is unique and comprehensive.
I could not wait until the app was updated for iOS 9. The wait was worth it.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.