From: Holly Vipond (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Mar 05 2002 - 10:56:32 EST
>>It's a matter of question whether "the inhabitants of this list"--or the
subscribers, at any rate--would all do anything the same way, but I would
expect most of those who teach or have taught Greek would urge you to
pronounce the "p."
That's interesting. I don't think any of my three Greek profs ever
pronounced the P.
Does location make a difference in pronunciation? My profs studied primarily
in Canada and England (except for Bruce Fisk, who did his PhD at Duke, I
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