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Greek Transliteration Tutorial, Page 4

Punctuation

The apostrophes at the ends of some words are, in fact, apostrophes, and serve the same purpose that they do in English: The author is leavin' some letters off the ends o' words. Please include apostrophes in your transliteration.

There are usually two punctuation marks that differ from English: a question mark, and a medium stop. Modern printings of Greek often use a semicolon ";" to indicate a question. Use a question mark "?" instead. A vertically centered single dot usually represents a medium stop; replace that with an English semicolon ";".

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