Let's review everything we have learned.

1. "Hello" in Greek is χαίρειν (when it is a formal situation), χαίρε (when talking to one friend), and χαίρετε (when talking to more than one friend).

2, Chi (χ) is the "ch" sound. αι and ει are diphthongs pronounced as the ai in "aisle" and the ei in "eight."

3. Peter is ὁ Πέτρος. Greek texts today capitalize the names of people.

4. Jacob is ὁ Ἰάκωβος. Breathings go before initial capital letters.

5. Beta ( β ) is the "b" sound.

6. Mary is ἡ Μαρίας.

7. The indefinite article is "a" in English. There is no Greek indefinite article. The definite article is "the"; the Greek definite article (or sometimes just called the "article") is .

8. The article changes its form depending on whether the word it modifies is masculine (), feminine (), or neuter (τό).

9. Greek nouns are going to be either masculine, feminine, or neuter.

10. Phoebe is ἡ Φοίβη. Phi (φ Φ) is the "f" sound.

11. Gamma (γ) is the g sound. When there are two in a row, the first is pronounced as an "n" (gamma nasal).

12. Psi (ψ) is the "ps" sound.

13. Here is the Greek alphabet: α β γ δ ε ζ η θ ι κ λ μ ν ξ ο π ρ σ τ υ φ χ ψ ω. The vowels are α, ε, η ι, ο, υ, and ω.

14. The capital Greek letters you may need to memorize are Γ Η Θ Λ Ξ Ρ Υ Φ Χ Ψ.