Greek II

Dip-thongs:
“ai” in aisle
“ei” in freight
“oi” in oil
“ow” in cow
“eu” sounds like ewe or you
“oo” in food
“ui” sounds like phooey or Louie
Accents:
le-go Accent on the (e)
ho-ti The 1st mark is the “h” and the second is the accent
ook The symbol that looks like a comma is silent
Iota Subscript:
Words that end with a vowel sometimes have an “iota subscript” underneath it. The iota is not pronounced but is sometimes helpful in identifying certain grammatical forms
Punctuation:
Period just like our period
Comma Just like our comma
Semicolon/Colon A raised dot
Question mark Just like our semicolon