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The Greek pronoun no one Posted by on May 26, 2018

Sometimes, the students are puzzled by the use of the indefinite pronoun κανένας, καμία, κανένα (no one). In this post, there are examples of how it is used it in a sentence. When used in negative sentences, it means no one. See the declension here: kanenas Τhe pronoun κανένας has genders and cases. It can be…

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Greek vocabulary: different forms of the word “house” Posted by on May 17, 2018

Γεια σας. The word σπίτι (house) is one of the first words students learn. In this post, there is vocabulary  morphologically related  to the words σπίτι and οίκος, which is the ancient Greek word for “house”. #1.σπίτι: house / home Το σπίτι μας έχει δύο υπνοδωμάτια, ένα σαλόνι, μία κουζίνα, ένα μπάνιο και ένα W.C (βεσέ)…

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Greek tongue twisters Posted by on May 2, 2018

Γεια σας! Do you like tongue twisters? Did you use to play this game when you were kid? If so, this post, which was a suggestion of one of the readers of this blog, is for you: there is a list of nine Greek tongue twisters and two audio files to help you practice. Some…

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