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13 ways to express cause in Greek Posted by on Sep 15, 2017

Γεια σας! There are many ways to express cause. In this post, there are thirteen ways to express cause, using conjunctions, prepositions and participles. The examples are translated literally. Feel free to leave a comment if you have any questions.   #1. γιατί: because Ο Γιάννης πήγε στο γιατρό, γιατί δεν αισθανόταν καλά. Giannis went to…

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Examples on the use of Greek verbs Posted by on Feb 1, 2016

The use of the conjunctions να (to), ότι and πως (that) confuses the learners. Some verbs are followed only by να, some others are followed only by ότι or πως and some others can be followed by the three conjunctions. In this post there is a list of some common verbs and examples of their…

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Passing through the Symplegades: Avoiding Some of the Most Common Mistakes in Greek Posted by on Jul 17, 2013

In Greek mythology, the Symplegades were two rocks that crashed together every time a ship was passing between them. In spite of the different techniques used in the process of learning a foreign language, we all pass through the slamming rocks. We all make mistakes and we all get discouraged.   Some of the most…

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