What are Voiced Consonants in Greek?
I want to know what are the voiced consonants in Greek? I'm asking this because for "au" and "eu" , it is mentioned that they are pronounced "av" and "ev" if they come before vowels and voiced consonants while "af" and "ef" in other cases.
So I wanted to know some examples for this to ensure that I pronounce correctly.
I believe that no word exists that has αυ or ευ before γκ, μπ, ντ or τζ... If it happens to meet one (maybe a surname?), I believe that using both pronounciations with τζ,ντ,γκ is ok. With μπ it sounds really harsh to my ears to use av or ev, but I really doubt that a word like that exists, either way I would say efb,afb and not avb,evb. ;)