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Hello, my goal is to learn Koine Greek so that i can grow in the knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ.
I would appreciate some help. I want to know where can i find a chart with a historic Biblical Koine Greek prounuciation ? I dont want to learn Erasmian or Modern pronunciation.
And a couple of more questions.
Is the grammar, the meaning of the words and spelling of Koine Greek the same as Modern ?
What are the differences between Koine Greek and modern Greek ?
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Here is the best explanation I've seen of Koine pronunciation: http://www.biblicallanguagecenter.com/k ... unciation/
Koine Greek is in between Classical (Attic) Greek and Modern Greek - but much closer to Attic.
Dic mihi, Damoeta, 'cuium pecus' anne Latinum?
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