Let's go over what we have learned today. If there are any questions you can't answer, go back and listen to that page again.

1. What is the Greek word for "my"? (When I ask questions like this, be sure to write out the answer and say it out loud.)

2. What are the three letters in the Greek word for "my"?

3. Define what a "diphthong" is? What is the one example you have seen so far?

4. How do you say in Greek, "He is my teacher"? Be sure to use proper Greek word order.

5. Why do you not put the Greek word for "my" before the Greek word for "teacher"?