GREEK PRONUNCIATION 11 (1,000 Words)
This video may come as a surprise to many viewers, including scholars of New Testament (NT) or Classical Greek. The video shows that many words in the Greek NT are used in Modern Greek (Neohellenic) today. Specifically, it shows that over 1,000 sample words from the Greek NT are written, spelled, and understood the same way in Greek today. Additionally, the video shows that these sample 1,000 NT Greek words were also written, spelled, and understood (at their core meaning) in Classical Greek. Regardless of your background or knowledge of Greek, the evidence of what this video claims to be historically true is at the fingertips of anyone with some basic Greek dictionary skills. What this video presents is absolutely indisputable. —Philemon Zachariou, Ph.D.
Note: Some sources give a count of 5,432 Greek words in the Greek New Testament. The number of 4,900 Greek words given here does not include proper names, geographical names, or "Grecianized" words, that is, words that appear to be Greek but are actually of non-Greek origin (e.g., Latin, Hebrew, Aramaic).