If you're like me, you like to stay fresh on the original languages, but don't want to "cheat" by using an interlinear or reader's Bible with all the vocabulary words occurring less than 100x in the footnotes.
[I'm not sure if what I'm suggesting is in another post, or if I took concepts and applied them for my own use, so if anyone has already posted on this, please let me know.]
There's an easy way to do this in Accordance in order to facilitate reading and yet quickly identify those words you probably don't know.
1.) Open up your Greek or Hebrew text.
2.) In the Search drop-down menu, click on Enter Command > COUNT
3.) Enter the number of words you are comfortable with not knowing. For example, if you have learned all the words of the GNT occurring 30x or more, enter 1-30 in the command.
4.) Accordance now returns all those words occurring 30x or less in the GNT.
5.) Click on the Highlights button. Make a new highlight color and call it Greek Vocab.
6.) Shift-Click on the new color, and voila - Accordance will highlight all of the Greek Vocabulary words you don't know.
7.) When reading the text, you can now instantly see what words you do and don't know. This encourages a regular reading of the text because 1) You aren't overwhelmed with tons of new vocab (esp. in Hebrew Bible!) and 2) You can be encouraged because you actually know more words than you think. This will help you identify new forms of words you already know.
8.) Repeat for Hebrew, Aramaic, etc.
Yeah Accordance! Yeah science!