Are you progressing in your Greek language learning journey but you are unaware whether you have grasped the basics of the Greek grammar/ Here are three exercises to practice and test your Greek grammar skills. You will find the answers at the bottom of the page.
est your Greek language skills by adding the modern Greek verbs in the Present Tense (Ενεστώτα). The first three are multiple choice exercises, but you will have to fill-in the blanks in the last three examples. You can find the correct answers at the bottom of the page.
Looking for easy-to-follow videos that can help you learn the basics of the Greek grammar? Here is the place to go.
Greek speaking task for intermediate speakers. Greek speaking simulation with examples. How to pass your Greek speaking exam.
Greek Nouns (A1/A2) for Beginners. A list of free vocabulary and grammar exercises for practicing the use, meaning, and declension of Greek nouns in all cases and forms.
More often than not, language learning exercises can be seen as tiresome, isolating, and boring. Helinika has collected a group of playful language learning exercises to practice your Greek vocabulary, syntax, and grammatical skills. Learn Greek (and other languages) by playing games!
Welcome to Helinika’s Greek language input series for understanding Greek in a natural way. The input method will improve your comprehension and expand your vocabulary. It is the way babies start learning how to speak. For this reason, we will be using slow Greek audio with images only.
Practice your language skills with Helinika’s Greek language exercises. You will find various vocabulary, grammar, and listening exercises to improve your Greek skills.
The modern Greek verb «έχω» means “to have”. Here is the conjugation of the Greek verb “to have” in all of its three forms: έχω, είχα, θα έχω.
Welcome to Helinika’s new video series “Greek Listening”/ “Greek Comprehension”. Today, we discuss the topic of the Greek dialects within and outside the Greek borders.