I received this question:
I am a homeschooling mom who is interested in taking your Greek class. Do you accept adults in your class? My desire is to go deep into the NT’s original language. Thank you!
Here is my reply:
Just discovered that my site was hiding over 800 comments and questions from me. Scrambling to catch up over the next few days. Not sure if I have already responded to this…
Even if I have, here I go again…
I have adults in my class often. Some of my best students, actually. However, you should know that my Greek classes are going to look quite different this year. First of all, they will be recorded only… and it looks like we will be off to a late start. i was planning to start recording in August, but will be pushing that off to September. I will be recommending that students create accounts with the excellent duolingo.com, and that they join the modern Greek program there. This will solve the pronunciation question. I teach Greek with a modern Greek pronunciation, but I am going to let duolingo.com handle pronunciation for me as they will be hiring a native Greek. Unfortunately, there has been a delay after delay. According to the site, Greek will be available on August 20. However, I have been waiting since they announced that Greek would be available starting in May.
Let me know if you need more help!
Have a happy Thursday!