The “author” of the Greek Tutor multimedia is Dr. Ted Hildebrandt, and I noticed on the website http://faculty.gordon.edu/hu/bi/Ted_Hildebrandt/
Under the tab: Mastering New Testament Greek, - that the Textbook, Workbook, brief answer book, animated videos and Greek audio, which is freely available for download, is the same as the Greek Tutor software by Parsons Tech that I am using.
It is this work book that I am working through as I following the same chapter in Greek Tutor Cd-rom. The answer book provided on the above web site does have some answers here and there; the problem is when it is silent.
Any beginner using Erasmian pronunciation should definitely . . .
any beginner using Erasmian pronunciation should definitely ...
--- reconsider if that is the way that they want to end up talking Greek.
One consideration: If you're learning Greek on your own and think you might someday want to get into a Greek class at a local seminary or elsewhere, or even just join a local reading and discussion group, check out which pronunciation they use.
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