You are pronouncing the Greek letters wrong. Here is why

Alpha, beta, gamma, delta…?

Many non-native Greek speakers tend to pronounce the letters of the Greek language in a way that is similar to the phonetic values of their own language. As a result, they find it difficult to communicate with native speakers, although they know the basics of the Greek vocabulary and grammar. Of course, they are not to blame. Many schools are teaching Greek the wrong way. Here is why:

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