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Greek Alphabet Tutor

, 2014

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Greek lessons from the comfort of your home

With Logos Bible Software, learning to read and write Greek is easier than ever! This new interactive tool shows you how to write and pronounce Greek words from anywhere. It’s perfect for anyone wanting to master the original language of the New Testament.

Select any letter—from alpha to omega—and you’ll be shown how to write and pronounce it. You’ll also see common words that start with that letter. Practice drawing the letter in Logos and get a grade on your accuracy—so you can watch your skills improve.

Please note: The audio features of this interactive require the Greek Pronunciations Dataset Collection.

Resource Experts
  • Read Greek words with confidence—with Koine, Erasmian, or Modern Greek pronunciation
  • Practice writing Greek letters and have your accuracy graded
  • Brush up on common Greek vocabulary
  • Provides an interactive tutor for writing Greek letters
  • Grades the accuracy of your writing
  • Includes Koine, Erasmian, and Modern Greek pronunciation schemes
  • Lists the most common Greek words that start with each letter
  • Title: Greek Alphabet Tutor
  • Publisher: Faithlife
  • Print Publication Date: 2014
  • Logos Release Date: 2014
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Logos Research Edition
  • Resource Type: Interactive
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2020-10-26T04:03:03Z


10 ratings

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  1. Richard Aaron Thomas
  2. Danillo Augusto Santos
    This is a great resource, allowing the student to 1) read, 2) listen to ( and choose modern, erasmian, or reconstructed koine pronunciations), and 3) write the Greek alphabet. However, there are some serious drawbacks: a) the program tests the student on writing, but the "accuracy" meter is misleading. It would probably be better to allow the student to evaluate his own accuracy than to give false accuracy readings. b) it is limited only to the alphabet, and does not show the pronunciation of diphthongs. As anyone who has learned Greek knows, the diphthongs are very important to know how to read Greek, and end up almost being separate letters. Because of these drawbacks, I would rate this pretty as an incomplete, and therefore significantly overpriced, resource.
  3. Jim Ed Hodges
    Modern pronunciations rather than Koine. For example, Beta is pronounced with a "v" rather than a "b". Would be fine if the NT was composed in modern Greek.
  4. Daniel Clay

    Daniel Clay


    Pretty cool idea. It would be much better on the mobile app as you could use a digital pencil for writing. Is there any chance tools like these will be coming to the mobile apps?
  5. Into Grace

    Into Grace


    Poor design. When a new card is selected, the letter is instantly pronounced and the name of the letter is provided below it. How can I test myself when the answer is instantly provided?
  6. Asif Sattar

    Asif Sattar


    Please make it available pn mobile devices also.
  7. Alyssa Leach

    Alyssa Leach


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  10. Paul Unger

    Paul Unger


    I have to confess that I pronounce the <o> in 'obey' (the reference word for omicron) and 'note' (the reference word for omega) pretty much the same--both 'long'. A clearer distinction would be helpful!