Am I the only one hearing 's' or 'z' for the initial sound here? Maybe it's just me, but it sounds like they're saying "samma, zamma". Can someone clarify because if it's supposed to sound like a "g" (hard g as in enGlish) it sure isn't even close to that.
It's not exactly the hard g sound like in English, to produce that sound in Greek you would need γκ (think of μπ for b and ντ for d). Rather the sound is like the g in Spanish amigo, the tongue doesn't quite touch the velum.