Any course with audio?

I know there are no native speakers around! But in a classroom situation we would be speaking it. Hearing the teacher would help us (especially the audio-learners like me ) retain the memory of the word. Just reading the word is only half of it, like silently reading a music score

Would there be any volunteers to take on the task of doing some audio? I am sure there would be the inevitable controversy of how did it really sound....But you would be a hero to many!

Posted by tonyyyy 5/5/12 , last update 10/15/12 (3 years ago)
  • I recommend you this page: You'll find audio stuff for Greek learners there. You'll find a few listening comprehension exercises for ATHENAZE method here: I hope the links are useful. I'm still exploring how this site works,any way I'm going add you to my mempals in case we can make somthing together.

    Posted by griegozurita 6/16/12 (4 years ago)
  • ...Yes this could be helpful. One of the videos has someone reading part of a gospel VERY slowly with hand gestures. Excellent!

    Posted by tonyyyy 6/17/12 (4 years ago)
  • I'm adding some audios to the Ancient Greek for Spanish speakers course I just created: It will be a slow process anyway.

    Posted by griegozurita 6/20/12 (4 years ago)
  • I CAN SPEAK ANCIENT GREEK PERFECTLY using the new restored pronunciation, not modern, nor Erasmian, nor like a native speaker of another language would. Just give me a list of words and I'll gladly have it ready in an afternoon, or tell me where to do it online! email me at

    Posted by dimitris.m.papadakis 10/15/12 (3 years ago)

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