Here is a chart to help you practice writing and to practice identifying syllables and stress .You should write out the chart yourself, making sure you copy out the Greek names, sounding them out as you write. So, if you do print out this page, make sure you then copy it by hand, writing out each of the Greek names.
By sounding out the names as you write, you will be able to count the number of syllables and make sure you understand where the stress is found in the word.
Hints and Answers. You can see the all the answers on the Answer Key, but you can also get a hint on this page - just use your mouse to highlight the table cells (you can drag across the two answer cells without lifting your mouse) and you will be able to see the answers!
Remember: like always, the more noise you make doing this assignment, the more you will learn!
After you feel comfortable with writing out these words and counting up the syllables, you are ready to move on to the next topic: Aspiration and Breathing Marks.
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