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Greek quiz about Christmas Posted by on Dec 23, 2020

Γεια σας! Σήμερα έχουμε ένα εορταστικό κουίζ. Hello! Today, we have a Greek quiz about Christmas. How well do you know the Greek customs? What would you eat in Greece on the 6th of January? What would you do if you saw a goblin? Do this quiz to find out: say whether the following statements…

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Greek history quiz Posted by on Oct 28, 2020

Γεια σας! Today is a public holiday in Greece and Cyprus and we celebrate the refusal of Greece to allow the Italian forces to occupy Greek territories. In this post, there is a history quiz about Greece in World War II (Β’ Παγκόσμιος Πόλεμος).     #1. The name of the Greek ship that was…

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Quiz on Greek idioms Posted by on Sep 22, 2020

Γεια σας! Do you understand Greek idioms and phrases? Do this quiz to find out: Pick (a) or (b) to translate the English phrases in Greek.   #1. I will start the washing machine. a. Θα βάλω μπρος το πλυντήριο. b. Θα αρχίσω το πλυντήριο. #2. I will make a lot of money. a. Θα…

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Greek quiz: how to sound more polite Posted by on Dec 16, 2018

Γεια σας! It has been a long time since we had a quiz, so in this post there is a quiz on the use of the politeness form. In Greek, we use the second plural person of the verb to address people we don’t know or someone older than us . We can also use…

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Greek quiz: much, many, very Posted by on Jan 23, 2018

Γεια σας! A few weeks ago, I wrote a post about the different forms and uses of πολύς-πολλή-πολύ. In this post, there is a quiz suitable for pre-intermediate and intermediate students. You have to choose a, b, c or d to answer the questions 1 to 10. Only one answer is correct. The right answers…

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Grammar Time: The Present Perfect Posted by on May 18, 2017

We use the Present Perfect tense (Παρακείμενος) to talk about an action that happened in the past. The focus is on the effects of the action. It is formed by the verb έχω + the stem of the Past Simple Tense (Αόριστος) + the ending –ει / -εί. έχω αγοράσει έχεις αγοράσει έχει αγοράσει etc…

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Sweet Easter with a Greek recipe! Posted by on Apr 12, 2017

Easter is coming soon and as you know the Orthodox culture is reach in traditions and customs. Μεγάλη Πέμπτη (Maundy Thursday) is a very creative day: we make τσουρέκι (Easter bread) πασχαλινά κουλουράκια (Easter cookies) and we make κόκκινα αυγά (we boil eggs and dye them red). In this post, there is a video by…

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