Greek Numbers 1 – 20 Posted by Transparent Language on Oct 24, 2012 in Vocabulary
We’ve created this simple table of Greek numbers from 1 to 20 just for students who have just started learning Greek. We’ve also included a video with voice pronunciation. Listen to it a few times, and make sure to practice saying the words out loud too; if you’re a self-guided learner it’s an easy step to ignore, but this will really help you retain the information.
When you’re ready for more, we’ve got lots of resources and community support available to help you learn Greek. Good luck, and happy language learning!
And here’s the video with spoken numbers:
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This type of email is excellent and very useful. I hope to receive more in the future.
Might be helpful for students to be exposed to Greek numbers (using Greek letters) as they show up in literature and other aspects of grammar.
Really good I used this for my Greek homework so very good.!!!!!!!!!!!
I am looking for the meaning of 20 like deca, octa, penta, hexa, tri, and quad.
I am not sure I understand the question.
20 is είκοσι (eekosee).