Individual MP3 files of the 50x or more vocab?

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Individual MP3 files of the 50x or more vocab?

Postby Stephen Hughes » September 19th, 2013, 11:31 am

Does anybody know if individual MP3 files (of a reasonably good quality) for Greek New Testament words occuring 50 times or more (about 250 individual MP3s) are available as a publically useable resourse online?

I want to combine them with Chinese Glosses and use them for an online vocabulary learning resource (Memrise).

I would prefer to use the restored Imperial Koine pronunciation. [I could but would not like to use my own recordings. I'm working one adopting the new pronunciation system, but currently my own pronunciation could best be described as "sloppy".]
"αἴκα" (The Spartan Ephors' reply to Philip II of Macedon) is even better than "nuts" (General Anthony McAuliffe reply to General Heinrich Freiherr von Lüttwitz).
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Re: Individual MP3 files of the 50x or more vocab?

Postby Michael Abernathy » September 20th, 2013, 10:42 am

You might want to look at the files by Ted Hildebrandt at http://faculty.gordon.edu/hu/bi/ted_hil ... uilder.htm. They go down to 9x. They may not be exactly what you want because they include a musical background and each mp3 includes more than one vocabulary word.
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