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Re: [John_Lit] The Wind

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  • Big_Mart_98
    ... not yet ... It still isn t in many places. It depends on your accent. Mart.
    Message 1 of 13 , Aug 25, 2003
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      > I only wonder why the gamma before e should not be y? Or this was
      not yet
      > so in Hellenistic times?
      >
      It still isn't in many places. It depends on your accent.
      Mart.
    • wali van lohuizen
      The official pronunciation is y before e and i. See Langenscheidts Universal Woerterbuch e.g. Or can you provide me with other evidence? Would like to learn!
      Message 2 of 13 , Aug 25, 2003
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        The official pronunciation is y before e and i. See Langenscheidts Universal
        Woerterbuch e.g.
        Or can you provide me with other evidence? Would like to learn!
        Wali
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        > I only wonder why the gamma before e should not be y? Or this was
        not yet
        > so in Hellenistic times?
        >
        It still isn't in many places. It depends on your accent.
        Mart.


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      • Big_Mart_98
        ... Universal ... There are a lot of regional accents in Greek. That s all I can say. All the textbooks say what you said. I have found it otherwise in
        Message 3 of 13 , Aug 26, 2003
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          --- In johannine_literature@yahoogroups.com, "wali van lohuizen"
          <BPBwalisufi@c...> wrote:
          > The official pronunciation is y before e and i. See Langenscheidts
          Universal
          > Woerterbuch e.g.
          > Or can you provide me with other evidence? Would like to learn!
          > Wali

          There are a lot of regional accents in Greek. That's all I can say.
          All the textbooks say what you said. I have found it otherwise in Greece.
          Mart.
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