Thank you for your answer.
mwh wrote:English-speakers unwittingly aspirate τ π κ, and probably δ β γ too, so you may already be pronouncing it correctly
You are right, I put a bad example choosing a word ending in δ, because I already pronounce δ with the breathing. I have the problem with other consonants before the breathing, here goes a random example:
σοὶ ἅμ᾽ ἕψεται,
mwh wrote:W.S. Allen’s Vox Graeca is a useful resource.
Great, I will check it.
(unless you're chinese, as your handle might suggest).
Hehe, I'm not, it is Mapuche.