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Vowel: Diphthong

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The word diphthong is from Greek roots meaning two di sounds phthong. The ancient Greek language features a range of diphthongs. Because diphthongs are very common in English as well, this is not a difficult aspect of ancient Greek. For more information about Greek diphthongs and their pronunciation, see the Greek Diphthong Tips page here at this website,

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