[B-Greek] Fwd: Re: Modern vs. Erasmian pronunciation, something new

Kevin Riley klriley at alphalink.com.au
Thu Nov 30 19:15:09 EST 2006

There is an easy answer - find a text book you like and use whatever it uses
[a good rule for any language that has a multiplicity of dialects and no
accepted standard pronunciation].  You will rarely read Greek aloud, so
despite the question's great theoretical importance, in practice it rarely
Kevin Riley 
-------Original Message------- 
From: Carl Thomas 
Date: 1/12/2006 11:01:46 AM 
To: Anthony Buzzard 
Cc: B-Greek at lists.ibiblio.org 
Subject: Re: [B-Greek] Fwd: Re: Modern vs. Erasmian pronunciation, something
After reading these post on Modern vs. Erasmian pronunciation I'm more 
Confused about which I should use. At this point in my life (I'm 62) all 
I wanted to do is fulfill a life's dream and that is learn to read and 
Do a little work in the Greek New Testament. So I'm setting here and 
Still asking which should I use but I should have know that there would 
Not be a consensus. Just like my 40 years of work in the church there 
Has never been a consensus but then again that as also brought a lot of 
Enjoyment and it has driven me to do a lot studying that I may not have 
Done. So now the question remains. Which one? And can I decide that? 
:-) Questions, questions. 

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