First Person (myself)
Theta sounds like “th” in think.
Iota long sounds like the “i” in machine.
In initial position on Hebrew name, it sounds like a “y.”
Some pronounce it like modern Greek long “o” as in “obey.”
Sigma looks like j when it comes at the end of a word (final sigma)—sofo
f / F
Vowels: Short: e, o; Long: h, w; Either: a, i, u
Eight diphthongs: ai—ai as in aisle, ei—ei as in eight, oi—oi as in oil, ui—ui as in suite, au—au as in sauerkaut, eu, hu—eu as in feud, ou—ou as in soup (two letters, one sound)
Iota subscripts: %, ^, &
Nasal gamma: g sound changes to an n sound when put before: g, k, x, c. a]ggelo