You might want to check out the Blue Letter Bible web site. It gives you about fifteen different translations and you can choose to read in any translation -- or you can choose to view a particular verse showing all the different translations. I use this all the time in my writings. Normally, I use the NASB; but, at times another translation may express the thought I am conveying better.
This site also has great commentaries available for each verse, and Strong's Concordance. It has a lot of other good material which can help you in your Bible studies.http://www.blueletterbible.org
You can also get the program on a free CD that you can load on your computer. I use the when I am away from home with my laptop and not in a WiFi area or other hot spot area.
God bless, have a wonderful, blessed day,