The Bible is available in whole or in part in more than 376 languages in 236 countries around the world. Because it is used so widely, most English or foreign language learners around the world can easily access it.
Various translations available
Many translations of the Bible are available in major languages, such as English, Spanish, German, and Arabic, which have seen great development and language change over the last century or two. There is a version of the King James Bible published in 1611 that is still popular and well used today. These translations are the best when it comes to learning or understanding the various biblical events that happened and were mentioned in the Bible.
Modern Version of the Bible in English
Then we can compare it to several additional translations of the English Bible from the early 19th century to the present day. Translations such as the New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures, commonly used by Jehovah's Witnesses, are examples of versions of the Bible that use modern English vocabulary and expressions to convey scriptures that convey human historical information and events closely to convey them with precision.
Authentic expressions and vocabulary
Regardless of whether the version of the Bible used is older or more modern, the Bible still uses authentic English vocabulary and phrases, making it the primary text for learning English. The Scripture format covers a variety of grammatical contexts, including direct quotes, direct and indirect questions, simple, complex, and complex sentences, phraseological verbs, regular and irregular verbs, and a large vocabulary.