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  1. Timothy Jenney

    #158 Read to Me

    Accordance has three original language audio resources available for purchase: a Hebrew OT, a Hebrew NT, and a Greek NT. These resources are available for Mac, PC, and iOS devices. In addition, Mac users can use their system voice to read any Accordance Text or Tool. This podcast covers all of these audio capabilities and more! https://www.accordancebible.com/Read-To-Me
  2. In Greece, among Greeks, and in Greek Orthodox liturgies the koine Greek of the New Testament is pronounced just as everyday modern Greek is pronounced. Native Greek speakers pronounce the Greek of all ages in the same way they converse with one another today. At this site you can hear a native Greek speaker reading the ancient language as his own living language: https://www.youversion.com/bible/209/jhn.1.ntpt Some of us use modern Greek pronunciation in our teaching of biblical Greek. With the Speak function in Accordance it would be wonderful if modern Greek pronunciation were included as an option alongside the Erasmian academic pronunciation that it offers now. When I create Greek-English vocabulary flash cards on Quizlet,com, the software will pronounce the Greek with modern pronunciation. Why not in Accordance? I wonder how many of you would agree with that suggestion.
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