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Pronunciation of New Testament Greek

This is a very debated subject! Here is one very thorough exploration of it. 

For learning purposes, though, it is easier to stick to a slightly tweaked Erasmian Classical pronunciation for the most part. This makes more differences in sounds for vowels and diphthongs, making it easier to remember how words are spelled. For the really curious, however, this website makes some interesting points. 

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Tuesday, October 1, 2019
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