[B-Greek] Modern Greek pronunciation

Curtis Hinson curtis at curtishinson.com
Sat Nov 4 12:48:13 EST 2006


Why learn an incorrect way only to have to go back and unlearn then 
relearn?  If you want to know how to pronounce Greek, the earlier you 
learn it the better.

Bless the Name
Curtis Hinson
http://adfontes.ath.cx
http://curtishinson.com

Carl Thomas wrote the following on 11/4/2006 10:32 AM:
> I'm just starting my Greek NT class (unfortunately I'm doing this on my 
> own). Should I finish this class  and then go back learn to read the NT 
> with a modern Greek pronunciation?
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> Carl Thomas
> Ashland,  Montana 59003, United States of America
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> Anthony Buzzard wrote:
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>> Webb, If you learn to read the NT with a modern Greek pronunciation 
>> it simply means that you can transler that info to the reading of any 
>> modern Greek text, like a newspaper or menu. The modern vocab of 
>> course is different but the rules of pronunciation are the same.
>> Anthony.
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