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My Ancient Greek Pronunciation

Postby Domi333 » Sun Sep 01, 2013 11:58 am

Hey all,
I've started learning Ancient Greek and have bought Athenaze Book 1.
This is my approach to Ancient Greek phonology.

alpha, ahlfa
bêta,
gamma,
delta,
Epsilon, eh psiilon
Zeta (zdeta or maybe zeta for Koine),
theta (th-ink)
iota, (i or y)
kappa,
lambda,
mu,
nu,
xi - ksii,
omicron, oh,
sigma,
tau,
upsilon (french u)
phi (fee)
xi (German ch- chii)
psi (psee)
omega (o extended)

I don't feel comfortable with the aspirated k,t,p so I wouldn't talk like that.
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