The audio merely says chapter 1, chapter 2 etc and gives no indication of what is being sung. Some song titles are needed. I'm sure I can work it out with the aid of a grammar but why should I have to? If I can download the audio why can't I download a booklet with the script too?
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
It's not explained properly, really basic. You may learn tunes but what do they mean?
Would you try another book from Kenneth Berding and/or the narrator?
This would be better if the audio was broken into tracks. Since this is a learning tool which needs to be repeated over and over again, it would be most helpful to go to specific tracks for review. It is much more difficult to navigate the audio when it is just one big track.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
The pronunciation is terrible, overall formant is nonsense. this audio book is a waste of time.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful
What made the experience of listening to Sing and Learn New Testament Greek the most enjoyable?
The way the songs package New Testament Greek grammar is superb.
What other book might you compare Sing and Learn New Testament Greek to and why?
I've not seen anything like this before, but it is truly game-changing.
Any additional comments?
The vocals are not lovely, but if you are coming to this wanting to get a practical overview of Greek grammar that will stick with you, then this is it. The PDF companion is a must have with the songs.
a very good and useful tool to help memorize key grammatical facts. people tend to remember things that are set to music and rhyme.
What would have made Sing and Learn New Testament Greek better?
If it were a little slower and the pronunciations clearer
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
It's not a story
What didn’t you like about the narrator’s performance?
pronunciation not as clear as it could have been
What character would you cut from Sing and Learn New Testament Greek?
1 of 2 people found this review helpful