1. How do you say, "He is my teacher"? "She is my teacher"? "He is my teacher"? Write out the sentences and pronounce each one out loud.

2. μ (mu) is the "m" sound.

3. υ (upsilon) is the "u" sound. It is a vowel.

4. η (eta) is the long "e" sound. It is a vowel.

5. A diphthong is the combination of two vowels that are pronounced with one sound. The first example we have seen is ου.

6. Greek words may not be in the same order as English words. μου follows the word that it modifies.

7. A verb is a word that describes an action. "Is" is also a verb.

8. The subject is the word that does the action of the verb.

9. Greek verbs contain a subject. If there is not a word that actually functions as the subject, we can pull the subject out of the verb.



I think the example for number 5 is wrong. Shouldn't it be ou?

Also for 1 you may wish to clarify that first say "he is the teacher" implying the he, and the second time by being explicit (which emphasizes?) that the teacher is male

Did I miss the download for the study guide?