The Greek verb “to do” is the verb «κάνω». «Κάνω» has only one future for (θα κάνω) and one past form (έκανα). Here is the conjugation of the Greek verb «κάνω» (to do).
The verb “to know” can be translated in two different ways in Greek: «γνωρίζω» and «ξέρω». Is there a difference between these two Greek verbs? When do we use «γνωρίζω» and when do we use «ξέρω»?
Today’s Greek listening comprehension exercise (number 11) will be mentioning some confusing Greek verbs and phrasal verbs. An example the use of the Greek verb “to do” (κάνω) along with nouns such as “bike” (κάνω ποδήλατο).
Today’s Greek listening exercise (#10) is dedicated to phrases, expressions, and proverbs we use in Greek. Can you easily follow this Greek comprehension exercise?
The modal verb “can” is translated into «μπορώ». The same applies for the verb “to be able to”. The verb «μπορώ» is used very often and, contrary to the English verb “can”, it is conjugated in multiple tenses.
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.
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.
The most common modern Greek verb is the verb “είμαι” (to be). The Greek verb “to be” has only three forms: one for the present, one for the future, and one for the past. There are no specific forms for every single modern Greek tense for the verb “είμαι”.
Helinika created a table with 30 common Greek verbs (regular/irregular, active/passive). Learning Greek is much easier than you think. Start by memorizing these verbs and you will already be able to maintain short conversations in Greek!
The topic of infinitive verbs in Greek is one of the most confusing ones for native and non-native Greek speakers. How can you form an infinitive form of a verb in Greek?