[B-Greek] Audio downloads

LangC LangC at xenos.org
Fri Jun 13 09:57:28 EDT 2003


Try Mounce's website at www.teknia.com He does some pronunciation of
alphabet, vowels, etc.
For a reading of the NT, try this site:
http://www.ccel.org/a/anonymous/gnt/home.html

Marilyn Phemister has the entire NT in MP3 files. You can burn them to CD or
copy to an mp3 player or cassette deck from your computer. 

Enjoy.

Chris Lang
Xenos Christian Fellowship

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From: bgreek at ranulf.net [mailto:bgreek at ranulf.net]
Sent: Friday, June 13, 2003 9:09 AM
To: b-greek at lists.ibiblio.org
Subject: [B-Greek] Audio downloads


I just wondered if there are any good places to download spoken
biblical greek, preferably something from NA27 so I can follow
along.

I've so far been teaching myself from Wenham, which is fine,
but I'm concious that when I'm reading things to myself I tend
to pronounce a lot of vowels and dipthongs roughly the same.
This is already causing me some problems in remembering vocab,
e.g. replacing etas with epsilons and such. Given that I'm
about half way through Wenham, I feel like I should be getting
these things right!

I've started reading a chapter of the NT aloud every night to
get a feel for pronouncing stuff properly, and I'm starting to
become more consistent with myself and it feels more natural,
but it'd be good to just hear and repeat from a more proficient
reader.

Also, I know Mounce is keen on accents, whilst Wenham isn't. But
I wondered how much attention people actually pay to them in
reality. I'm getting quite good at ignoring them :)

Thanks,

Ranulf Doswell
Coventry, UK

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