Below is a table of some basics to get you started.
||somewhere between the southern English a in mast and u in cup or
|Άγιος / Άγια
||Ayios / Ayia
||Saint (male & female)
||because the γ (gamma) is
followed byι,the γ sounds soft like a cross between yet and heal
||αυ or ευfollowed by β, γ, δ, ζ, λ μ, ρ, τor any other vowel is pronounced as in average or
every. Before any other letter it is pronounced as f.
because the γ (gamma) is followed
byο,the γ sounds hard as in grab and is translated as gh.
||because ευis not followed
by β, γ, δ, ζ, λ μ, ρ, τor any other vowel, it is pronounced as in
because the χ is not followed by
ι or ε it is translated and pronounced as ch as in the Scots
||when χ is followed by
ι or ε pronounce as hat.
||αι together sounds like e in