Not sure if anyone would find these helpful but I am using them with my Greek group
Square of stops (with zeta added to help with interaction with sigma)
πoodles βery φrequently are ψychotic
κats γo χrazy on ξylophones
τurtles δon’t θink ζebras are σtriped
First declension rule for when an alpha stays throughout the singular
The ειρish like alphas
Interaction of a sigma with some letters
The sigma is a snake, swallowing ζany and νaughty dentists (dentals)
Letter following an ευ or αυ that changes the upsilon to be pronounced f rather than v in reconstructed Koine
αυ or ευ followed by a πoodle, a χrazy κat on a ξylophone, or a θinking τurtle is pronounced with an f
Would be good to see others from people as well!
Resources and methods for teaching and learning New Testament Greek.
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