Resources for Greek Learners Posted by Ourania on Mar 19, 2020 in Uncategorized
Γεια σας! The major topic in the news is the corona virus πανδημία (pandemic). Some of us are locked inside and try to spend time in creative activities. For some people, this is the perfect moment to learn a new language or to enhance their skills. In this post there are some resources that you might find useful.
If you are an intermediate learner who loves reading, check these sites for free e-books:
If you prefer audio books, you can find a selection from Greek and foreign literature here:
Books to learn Greek:
If you want to learn Greek but think that the Greek letter are too hard to memorize, check the book “Greek Script Hacking” by the well-known polyglot Judith Meyer. It’s the first time the Greek alphabet is presented in such an easy and fun way.
Λυδία, ένα καλοκαίρι στην Ελλάδα, a reader for beginners.
The Greek National Theater has a collection of videos and audio files of its productions.
If you want to find out how the Greeks speak in everyday life, one of the most decent reality shows is the Greek MasterChef.
If you miss the Greek summer, you can watch the show “Happy Traveler” on youtube. English subtitles are available.
Greek TEDx with Greek subtitles
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