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Greek quiz inspired by the rain Posted by on Oct 15, 2021

Γεια σας από τη βροχερή Αθήνα! Hello from rainy Athens. Today we will do a grammar quiz, with phrases related to rain. The quiz is suitable for intermediate students. You will find the answer key on the next post. If you want me to check your answers, feel free to leave a comment. Καλή τύχη!…

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Accusative case: Quiz for beginners Posted by on Mar 22, 2017

The topic of the last post was the use of the accusative case as a direct object. In this post there is a quiz for beginners: you should find the right translation to the English sentences. Καλή επιτυχία! Would you like a coffee? α. Θέλετε ένας καφές;  β. Θέλετε έναν καφέ; My brother is here…

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Question vs request confusion Posted by on Feb 28, 2017

Greek learners often mix up the use of ρωτάω and ζητάω. Both verbs mean “to ask”. In the examples below, you can see the use of these verbs. Ρωτάω (question) Ο Νίκος ρώτησε τι ώρα είναι. Nikos asked the time (lit: Nikos asked what time it was). Η Σοφία ρώτησε πού είναι η Μαρία. Sophia…

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Greek Quiz: Past tenses Posted by on Oct 19, 2016

Γεια σας! Time to refresh your grammar! In this post you will find a quiz on the past tenses: Παρατατικός (Past Continuous), Αόριστος (Past Simple), Υπερσυντέλικος (Past Perfect). Καλή τύχη! 1. Όταν η Μαριάνα …….. ο Σταύρος ……… α. διάβαζε / μαγείρευε β. διάβασε / μαγείρεψε 2. Κάθε φορά που με …….. μού …….. χρήματα…

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Interrogative pronouns quiz in Greek Posted by on Sep 6, 2016

Γεια σας! In this post there is a quiz on interrogative pronouns. It is a challenging topic because some pronouns, such as ποιός (who) and πόσος (how many, how much) are declined. All you have to do is to find the right translation of the following sentences. #1. What does “book” mean? α. Τι σημαίνει…

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Greek grammar quiz: cases Posted by on Jun 29, 2016

Most learners find the use of cases (i.e. ονομαστική, γενική, αιτιατική, κλητική) challenging. In this post, there is a quiz on the right use of the four cases for pre-intermediate students.  There is only one right option for each sentence.     This is Giannis’ car. Αυτό είναι [α. του αυτοκινήτου τον Γιάννη. / β…

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Greek personal pronouns quiz Posted by on Mar 7, 2016

Some of my students find the personal pronouns a  challenging grammar topic. In this post there are two quizzes for intermediate students. Quiz 1 Complete the sentences using α, β, or γ.  I saw him yesterday: [α. Τον β. Του γ. Αυτός]  είδα σήμερα. I met her at Miranda’s party: [α. Αυτή β. Την γ…

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