From: Maurice A. O'Sullivan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jun 29 2001 - 20:39:09 EDT
At 01:10 30/06/01, Daniel L. Christiansen wrote:
>Well, there is the possible difference of pitch vs stress accentuation;
>can't imagine how that would make a difference in accent
>placement. Maurice, what
>did you have in mind in your post? Or was the comment regarding classical not
>really pertaining to the accent question, but only a general caveat?
Thank you for your charitable approach -- I was too telegraphic in my
reply; I meant to add that there were _pronunciation_ tutorials ( and
practices ) side by side withe the ones for accentuation..
And, yes, for someone who announced that " I am teaching myself Biblical
Greek " I thought a general caveat might be appropriate for a page which
announces itself as a tutorial in Attic Greek.
Maurice A. O'Sullivan
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a thing, to allow that you do not know it: This is knowledge."
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