Study Greek Flashcards

Tags: Foreign Languages, Greek, Other Foreign Languages

Whether it's just the Greek alphabet or the language, we have all the best adaptive web & mobile flashcards for your learning needs.

Top Greek Flashcards Ranked by Quality

  • Mythology
    Mythology
    Show Class
    • Greek - AJC - Nouns
      Greek - AJC - Nouns
      Show Class
    • New Testament Greek
      New Testament Greek
      Show Class
    • Greek (Classical)
      Greek (Classical)
      Show Class
    • Reading Greek: Text part 1, Sections 1-7
      Reading Greek: Text part 1, Sections 1-7
      Show Class
    • Greek Myths
      Greek Myths
      Show Class
    • GREEK Book 1
      GREEK Book 1
      Show Class
    • Reading Greek: Text part 2, Sections 7-10
      Reading Greek: Text part 2, Sections 7-10
      Show Class
    • Ancient Greek
      Ancient Greek
      Show Class
    • ► Greek & Latin Roots
      ► Greek & Latin Roots
      Show Class
    • Greek
      Greek
      Show Class
    • Greek Grammar I
      Greek Grammar I
      Show Class
    • Greek Derivatives (do in order)
      Greek Derivatives (do in order)
      Show Class
    • Greek I
      Greek I
      Show Class
    • Greek
      Greek
      Show Class
    • Greek and Latin (prefixes, roots, suffixes)
      Greek and Latin (prefixes, roots, suffixes)
      Show Class
    • greek-to-english
      greek-to-english
      Show Class
    • Greek Adults
      Greek Adults
      Show Class
    • GCSE English-Greek
      GCSE English-Greek
      Show Class
    • Biblical Greek
      Biblical Greek
      Show Class
    • Greek Language
      Greek Language
      Show Class
    • Introduction to New Testament Greek (UDTS, Spring 2020)
      Introduction to New Testament Greek (UDTS, Spring 2020)
      Show Class
    • Fundamental Greek Grammar 4th Ed. (James W. Voelz)
      Fundamental Greek Grammar 4th Ed. (James W. Voelz)
      Show Class
    • A Primer of Biblical Greek (Croy)
      A Primer of Biblical Greek (Croy)
      Show Class
    • Vocabulary From Greek And Latin Roots IV
      Vocabulary From Greek And Latin Roots IV
      Show Class
    • Biblical Greek Vocabulary
      Biblical Greek Vocabulary
      Show Class
    • BOLTS-NA BL111 Bibical Greek
      BOLTS-NA BL111 Bibical Greek
      Show Class
    • WTS NT Greek
      WTS NT Greek
      Show Class
    • Greek (Spring 2021)
      Greek (Spring 2021)
      Show Class
    • Latin/Greek Roots
      Latin/Greek Roots
      Show Class
    • Reading Greek: Text part 3, Sections 11-
      Reading Greek: Text part 3, Sections 11-
      Show Class
    • Basics of Biblical Greek
      Basics of Biblical Greek
      Show Class
    • ► Greek Vocab 1
      ► Greek Vocab 1
      Show Class
    • eTeacher Greek A Grammar
      eTeacher Greek A Grammar
      Show Class
    • NT Greek – Vocab
      NT Greek – Vocab
      Show Class
    • Greek
      Greek
      Show Class
    • Greek & Latin
      Greek & Latin
      Show Class
    • Greek
      Greek
      Show Class
    • Modern Greek
      Modern Greek
      Show Class
    • Homeric Greek Vocabulary
      Homeric Greek Vocabulary
      Show Class
    • NT 512 Greek Reading and Syntax - Western Seminary
      NT 512 Greek Reading and Syntax - Western Seminary
      Show Class
    • AS-level Classical Greek (OCR)
      AS-level Classical Greek (OCR)
      Show Class
    • Greek (500-50)
      Greek (500-50)
      Show Class
    • Greek
      Greek
      Show Class
    • Koine Greek Vocabulary
      Koine Greek Vocabulary
      Show Class
    • New Testament Koine Greek For Beginners
      New Testament Koine Greek For Beginners
      Show Class
    • Koine Greek
      Koine Greek
      Show Class
    • Ancient Greek
      Ancient Greek
      Show Class
    • Greek Vocab
      Greek Vocab
      Show Class
    • Textbook of Modern Greek (1)
      Textbook of Modern Greek (1)
      Show Class
    • GCSE Greek-English
      GCSE Greek-English
      Show Class

About Greek on Brainscape

What is Greek?

The Greek language is a separate branch of the Indo-European family and is spoken in the native country Greece and surrounding areas of the Eastern Mediterranean and Black Sea.  

Greek rates low in terms of the number of speakers with just 12 million global speakers yet it remains a popular language to study largely due to its history; Acropolis and ancient Greece gave Western society much of its thought and philosophy in addition to the building blocks of our science and mathematics.

Taking a year to live in Greece during your studies will improve your language skills and give you the opportunity to see the sights of Ancient Greece. Majors may take many career options after graduating including roles in education, translation, tourism, foreign affairs, immigration, customs, aid agencies, and media. Check out this Ancient Greek in 18 minutes video to get up to speed.

Learning Greek

The Greek language uses the Greek alphabet comprising 24 characters which English learners will have to learn from scratch. Whilst only 24 characters it can still seem entirely “foreign” to begin with. The Brainscape system is ideal for language students enabling you to drill down and tackle learning at your own pace.

There are tens of thousands of Greek flashcards on this page guiding you gradually through words and phrases in Greek and their correct usage. Learning Greek as a major you’ll also learn about Greek Civilization, Greek History and Ancient Greece so check out our dedicated pages. You’ll also see our Greek mythology course at the top of the page that gives users access to nearly 200 expertly curated flashcards on all the basics of Greek mythology.

Learn Faster in Brainscape

Students using Brainscape’s Confidence-based-Repetition (CBR) system learn TWICE as fast and remember longer.

The CBR system is a hybrid of active recall, metacognition, and spaced repetition making it the most powerful learning engine available today. It has a customized flashcard repetition algorithm that significantly cuts down your memorization time.
To get started now just click on ‘make flashcards’ at the top of the page or any deck below. Good Luck!