A reading, writing, listening, and pronouncing guide
This Workbook serves as a reading, writing, listening, and pronouncing guide to Biblical Greek as well as Neohellenic (Modern Greek). It may be used as supplementary material in a college course, homeschool setting, or self-directed study. It includes written exercises, tests, answer keys, and audiovisual drills and reading passages in downloadable sound files. The exercises and sound files will prove helpful to those accustomed to other (non-Greek) methods of pronouncing Greek.
“Your book is helpful and has good exercises. I am very impressed with your very clear and crisp recordings. I really appreciate them.”
— Dr. Taylor Williams, San Antonio, Texas
8.5” x 11” spiral-bound for ease of handling/writing,
7 chapters, 79 pgs., 28 lbs. paper, 16 downloadable mp3 sound files, 1.10 hrs, oral/written exercises, answer key
The above video is based on the material covered in the Orthography and Phonetics Workbook (Vol. II).
“Dr. Zachariou’s … acoustically pleasing audio files make this book a valuable learning aid both to the beginning Greek student and to the established scholar who would like to switch from Erasmian pronunciation to an accurate Historical Greek Pronunciation.”
— Dr. George Gunn, Shasta Bible College and Graduate School, Redding, California