The Greek Alphabet

As Sydney mentioned in her post on Friday, the Greek alphabet can be a little intimidating. It’s a lot of new and unfamiliar symbols, so I thought I’d help out with a song!

Here’s the entire Greek alphabet, to the tune of the Itsy Bitsy Spider. Listen a few times and follow along with the picture below, and you’ll have it down pat in no time.

The Greek Alphabet by Jim Tigwell

Follow along here. This picture shows the upper case letter followed by the lower case, and reads from right to left. Enjoy!

Jim Tigwell is a freelance writer currently pursuing his Master’s degree in philosophy at the University of Waterloo, specializing in philosophy of social media, games, and professional ethics. He is the creator of Concept Crucible, a blog focusing on applying philosophy to everyday life. You can find him on Twitter as @ConceptCrucible, or on Steam.






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