Introductory Grammar Vocabulary Lists
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- Does anyone have a list for Merkle & Plummer’s Beginning With New Testament Greek?
- Someone should definitely make that - I haven't seen it yet as a Logos WordList document, but the list is available as a word document here: https://www.bhacademic.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Vocabulary-BNTG.docx
- I'm very slowly working on this... I'm in Merkle's class now, so it might take me a good while. https://flshare.net/b42wy8
- What is the process for making our own wordlists based on the grammars we have?
- Anyone have a Vocab list for Miles Van Pelt's Basics of Biblical Aramaic (Zondervan 2011)?
- I recommend buying an App called BIBLE VOCAB which is available on both Android and iOS. This App not only gives you the list but also train you to memorize words real quickly by their given methods in the App. Really a great App. It gives a free version too but that does not have the right functionality. It has the most popular grammar book word list and also allows you to make your own list from anywhere in the Scripture, either Greek or Hebrew!
- Hi, guys! Does anyone have a Logos word list document for Robert E. Van Voorst, Building Your New Testament Greek Vocabulary, 3rd. ed (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1990)?
- https://documents.logos.com/documents/f76ac081cddd4b6dba62da2aa495841b is publicly shared, although I do not know which version or how complete.
- Thanks, Kevin. That one I have. Unfortunately, it is incomplete.
- This is awesome, Thank you for developing these lists it exactly what I've been searching for. Is there a way to get the expanded list from Van Pelt for Hebrew and Mounce for Greek? I'm also looking for Van Pelt's "Basics of Biblical Aramaic" and Michael Williams' "Basics of Ancient Ugaritic."
- by expanded I mean the frequency list in “complete vocabulary guide to the Greek New Testament” and “the vocabulary guide to Biblical Hebrew and Aramaic.” I’ll check the link you sent to see if they’re there.
- I found the Greek and Hebrew list in logos Flashcards app. I am still looking for a “basics of Biblical Aramaic” and “basics of ancient ugaritic.” Do you know if they’re available somewhere else that works with logos or is there a way I can create them?
- Good to hear about the Greek & Hebrew! Unfortunately I can't tell about Aramaic and Ugaritic - maybe someone else has info or can share what they've built
- Is it possible to get the greek alphabet into the flashcards app? I would love to be able to use it for getting the greek alphabet down.
- Yes, sure. I made one several years ago: https://documents.logos.com//documents/b695d517d5754b8e847dfe06e10931f7 - It is shared with the Logos FlashCards App group.
- Thanks again NB!
- does anyone have one for the Hebrew alphabet?
- I would love a vocab list for the new Lexham Schwandt Introduction to Biblical Greek volume. I own the physical copy, not the electronic - so I can't make one myself. If anyone has one, I'd love to get it from you! Thanks all!
- Looking for a tutorial on how to make a Vocabulary List to use, print, and practice flashcards on Logos and the mobile app.
- This video is helpful for locating and using Word Lists. I am interested in CREATING one, aside from dragging columns. Is there a formatted template for creating CSV word lists? Since Logos allows to EXPORT word lists as CSV files, shouldn't there be an easy way to IMPORT a CSV file as long as it's in the proper format?
- There used to be a - nearly undocumented - import functionality for XML files (i.e. Excel), years ago, which I think no longer works on current versions of Logos. I made and used an import tool for this, but user interest was very limited.
- I was told this group has intro grammar vocab lists. Where can I find them? Thanks in advance.
NB.Mick — EditedGo to the COMMUNITY menu on the left side, open the section Bible Study and select Logos Documents, there you are! Edit: a direct link would be https://faithlife.com/introductory-grammar-vocabulary-lists/documents
- Thanks so much! That is so helpful. I was able to download Mounce's vocab and add it to lists in Logos and now I have it as flash cards in the Logos flashcard app! This is going to help me so much.
- Good to hear! Wishing you all the best with learning Greek!