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Monday at 05:57 PM
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Hi Ingolf,


Yeah, I noticed that. Welcome back on board!


Thank you for reporting this. I have corrected it. Languages in Greek, like ελληνικά, αγγλικά, ισπανικά etc., come from adjectives, but function like nouns, most of the times neuter nouns, like the examples I provided.


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Ingolf Kaldahl
Sunday at 07:47 AM
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Hi,

I have had a long break from studying Greek, good to be back.

In the PDF lesson material under "Vocabulery" English is called a noun and Spanish an adjective.

Just a detail, but should be correct.

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Hi Dhionisis,


I must say I got confused at first because I didn't know where you saw the double "j" for αγγλικά (the romanization is angliká)


So I guess you don't have a Greek keyboard and you meant double "γ"?

In that case γγ makes a "g" sound like "go", just like γκ makes a "g" sound. BUT the pronunciation of Greeks sometimes sounds a bit nasal, so in the case of γγ, it's more of a "ng" sound, just like the way you say eNGlish.


Some people pronounce it always as a hard "g" (sounds more colloquial) and some as a soft and more refined "ng". I prefer the latter sound as it sounds more rounded, less harsh and more... sophisticated (dare I say). Although both are 100% OK Greek!


The same thing happens with φεγγάρι --> fengári (or fegári)


So yes, you were right, there is an N :wink:


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Dhionisis
Wednesday at 02:53 PM
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Hi again!!

Sorry for the first comment. I wasn't clear in the first comment.

What I would like to know is this: the sound jj you write it jj ajjlika and pronounced with an N. Am I correct?

it is the same in the word fejjari- moon.

thanks