Pronuncation of Greek alphabet
Thread poster: Halil Ibrahim Tutuncuoglu "Бёcäטsع Լîfe's cômplicåtعd eñøugh"

Halil Ibrahim Tutuncuoglu "Бёcäטsع Լîfe's cômplicåtعd eñøugh"
Turkey
Local time: 16:43
Turkish to English
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Jan 6, 2008

is there a website about pronouncation of greek alphabet?
thanks,ibrahim
hitturkey24@yahoo.com

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Nick Lingris  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 14:43
Member (2006)
English to Greek
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One source Jan 6, 2008

Hi, Ibrahim.

Try this page first:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_greek
and come back for any special queries.


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Halil Ibrahim Tutuncuoglu "Бёcäטsع Լîfe's cômplicåtعd eñøugh"
Turkey
Local time: 16:43
Turkish to English
+ ...
TOPIC STARTER
thanks Jan 7, 2008

ok Niki,
thanks,i work in a translation agency where i have sometimes jobs in Greek so I want to learn The alphabet I think the governments have made an aggreement about legacy cases so we have some cases in Greek I also have very good Greek FRİENDS in Turkey and Greeece AND NEİGHBOURS TO WHOM ıIWANT TO MAKE SURPRİSE BY LEARNİNG Greek
BEST REGARDS,
iBRAHİM


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