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Compounds and more - Page 1
Following are some common compounds of the Greek language. This is one the 1st page.
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In phonetics where you see:
Capital letters is where the word is accented. ee or i is pronounced as the ee in word beet. e as the e in the word bet. a as the a in the word father. o as the o in the word only. ou as the ou in the word Lou. x as the x in the word fox. th or th like the th in think. th or th like the th in this.
Where you see a " y " or a (red) " g " in the phonetics for that
word, that " g " is
pronounced like the y in yes, or
like the w in wad
Capital letters is where the word is emphasized (accented). See
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Greek - Phonetics
I become again
I bloom again.
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