On Greek Pronunciation Again

Okay, Caragounis’ description of kappa is even worse:

Capitol: Κ Small: κ HGP: k as in keen (before e and i-sounds). kodak (before α, ο, ω, and consonants) (same book, same page).

I’m really, really struggling to figure what exactly what he’s thinking regarding the difference (?)  in pronunciation of “keen” and “kodak.”

No clue on that one.

No clue.