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Date: Mon, 21 Feb 94 09:23:28 +0100
From: Mark Evered <markev@informatik.uni-ulm.de>
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To: nt-greek-request@virginia.edu

Hello Experts,

I am currently trying to learn NT-Greek in my spare time in order to
appreciate more fully the richness of God's Word and because I find the
language itself fascinating. I have a good book and have recorded some
cassettes myself to help me learn vocabulary and grammar, but as you can
imagine these are not of a particularly high quality (esp. the stress and

Can someone inform me of a source of good cassettes?

Mark Evered, (markev@informatik.uni-ulm.de), Ulm, Germany.