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Examples of the accusative case Posted by on Sep 30, 2015

Greek is not one of the easiest languages to learn and most learners quit their efforts before they reach an intermediate level. In Greek, words such as articles, nouns, pronouns, adjectives and verbs are not invariable but they change according to their function in the sentence. One of the issues that Greek teachers have to…

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Talk about your hobbies in Greek Posted by on Sep 23, 2015

You like horse riding, rafting and making puppets. You learn Greek and practice conversation with a native speaker. You want to talk about your fascinating hobbies to your Greek friend, but don’t know how. Talking about hobbies and activities is not too difficult because we use very simple verbs that most beginners know, such as…

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Speak Greek to your teacher! Posted by on Sep 14, 2015

Most beginners try to avoid using their first language when addressing the teacher, but sometimes they are discouraged because of their limited vocabulary. In this post, there are some common phrases that you can use in class. If you have questions, feel free to leave a comment. English Greek (informal) Greek (formal) We can speak…

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More Greek Quizzes Posted by on Sep 9, 2015

Γεια σας! Some of you like quizzes, so in this post there are vocabulary and grammar quizzes for beginner and intermediate students. However, this time you should find the right answers and write them on the comments. I will be waiting for you answers. Until next time. Τα λέμε σύντομα. Vocabulary quiz 1 (beginners) When I…

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