Living Language Greek Resources

Living Greek is a way of learning visually and verbally. It’s gaining momentum as people are trying to learn how to teach adults Greek for reading and study purposes, and still be able to understand and retain what they learn. The textbook/classroom method doesn’t seem to stick with most people, so many teachers are using a method that’s very different. I won’t bumble around trying to explain it any more than that.

First, I have a PDF file explaining Buth’s reconstructed pronunciation. I have a previous post on that, where you can read why I think the Erasmian pronunciation rules are so silly (don’t get me started), but the PDF file isn’t at the link anymore. I saved it at that time and am providing it here (same link as above).

Any others?

~Jeff

4 Responses to “Living Language Greek Resources”


  1. 1 Sebastian Carnazzo

    Great site. Wanted to notify you about mine.
    academyofclassicallanguages.com

  2. 2 Scripture Zealot

    Hi,
    Thank you for letting me know.
    Jeff

  3. 3 TWH

    You should check this one out:

    http://newtestamentgreekportal.blogspot.com/p/greek-pedagogy.html

    Blessings,

    TWH

  4. 4 Scripture Zealot

    Thanks for that. I wasn’t sure if I should add it or not because most of it isn’t living language. But since it does have some in it, I think I’ll add it.
    Jeff

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